The fox Super Flow Series has taken to Queensland like rubber to dirt, with a strong showing at all of their races this year. The race format is extremely popular with a strong emphasis on a relaxed and inclusive race environment for racers of all creeds, from beginners to seasoned Pros, Rocky Trail have you covered. The last race of the year at Mt Joyce is only a few weeks away and looks set to be another stellar event that will leave smiles on the dials of many riders and a sweet taste in our mouths as we look forward to next years race calendar.
Mt Joyce is well known to many of us and has long been part of gravity racing in South East Queensland. It is only fitting that this location be the venue of choice for the last Fox Super Flow in Queensland for 2020. Why not celebrate what is left of 2020 with your mates in a relaxed racing environment at Mt Joyce? Fox Super Flow is all about racing the way you ride and there’s no better way than sending trains with your mates between the race tape!
The days will be warm and sunny by the end of November, as a result the team at Rocky Trail have made sure the course allow’s multiple runs without the need for an e-bike to get up the hill. This means we will be racing some less technical trails than the double black downhill runs; meaning more riders of broader abilities can have a go and send it if they want, or take the b-line as they build confidence for their next race.
Fox – Big Bertha into Worm Juice and finishing at the tunnel. 2.6km in length, 150m descent.
Stans – Bovine Groove will be the trail of choice for Stans and the superflowy trail will be a welcome addition to the race. 2.2 km in length.
Lazer – Starting near the end of both the Stans and Fox stages, starts from the tunnel and includes the timber wall ride at the bottom. A fun, flowy and fast trail.
To make sure we can all have a go between the tape and ensure that it’s a COVID safe event, the team at Rocky Trail have the event running on both Saturday and Sunday. This means entry can be for either Saturday or Sunday.
To beat the heat, the team at Rocky Trail have pushed the start time to 0800 for first timed run. This means you can climb to the start and set off when the clock clicks over to 8am!
Racing is between 8am -2:30pm with 3 stages, one run per stage will count with the fastest time counting out of a maximum of 5 runs per stage.
What is happening in 2021 for Fox Super Flow?
We can confirm that this year is just the tip of the ice berg for Rocky Trail’s Fox Super Flow Series in Queensland, with 2021 looking set to be another awesome year. Rocky Trail Entertainment will have a 3 round series in South East Queensland including Nerang, Castle Hill and Mt Joyce; to sweeten the pie for our Northern brethren, there will be a 3 round series in North QLD including Townsville, Mackay and Atherton. Brakes Wide Open is getting excited for what 2021 has in store already and we will bring you the full details in the near future.
Rocky Trail Entertainment have hit the ground running in QLD and we have covered their Fox Super Flow Series throughout the year with the final round nearly upon us. Stay tuned for our in depth article coming soon detailing all of Rocky Trail Entertainment’s offerings for Queensland. See you on the trails and between the race tape……