This Week Between the Tape: Nerang Fox Superflow

This week between the tape we head to Nerang State Forest for the Rocky Trail Entertainment Fox Superflow. A format we have grown to love, this week’s Fox Superflow kicks off the first round of a three round series in South East Queensland, with overall titles up for grabs. We took a look at the nitty gritty and have everything you need to know to get racing ….

By Mike Branch

What is Fox Superflow Racing?

Fox Superflow is a race format that has brought grass roots racing in a relaxed environment to the masses across the country, a format that has seen World Cup racers pin it between the tape with beginners. The relaxed race environment means no stress, no intimidation and no worries, just focus on putting down the best time you can – if you mess up, just have another run, you can go up to five times per stage.

Rocky Trail Fox Superflow, Nerang, 2020 Photo: Outer Image Collective / Rocky Trail Entertainment

The Nerang round will have three stages with each stage being able to be raced up to five times, meaning you can really have fun and get bang for your buck. If you want to race in trains with your mates, no worries no gaps required just make sure you holler on the way down. That’s Fox Superflow racing, simply race the way you ride.

Nerang Superflow Course

The Nerang round will encompass three stages as follows:

  • FOX – Starting at the far end of “Baileys” before the very popular “Elevator”. Track is 1.8km long and descends just over 100m of vertical.
  • STANS – Starting from the near end of “Baileys” and traversing parallel to the road before dropping onto “BnB” for a fun descent. Track in 1.4km and descends approx. 80m of vertical.
  • Lazer – The classic “Three Hills” onto the Comm Games Loops to return to the event hub. Track is nearly 2.5km long and has 150m of vertical.

Race Schedule – Nerang Superflow

Schedule

Saturday

8.30 am – 1 pm Registration open
9 am – 3.30 pm Saturday Race runs – you can choose the order in which you do your race runs.
You get up to 5 runs per track and the fastest one counts.
3.30 pm Last Race Run

Sunday

8.30 am – 1 pm Registration open
9 am – 3.30 pm Sunday Race runs – you can choose the order in which you do your race runs.
You get up to 5 runs per track and the fastest counts.
3.30 pm Last Race Run
3.45 pm Event Wrap Up

You choose either Saturday or Sunday as your race day during the registration process.

RACE ENTRY HERE

It’s gonna be another epic weekend on the bike and another epic weekend sending trains with our mates. We are looking forward to catching everyone between the tape and we’ll bring you another cracking race report next week. As always keep the brakes wide open and we’ll see you on the trails…..

RACE ENTRY HERE

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