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The Mont24 is almost here!

March 03, 2014

The Mont24 for 2014 is almost here! A classic weekend of mountain biking and the largest event of its type in Australia. It is a must-do event for first timers and hard core mountain bikers alike.

The Mont24 is on from the 4th to the 6th of April 2014. Even if you aren’t racing it is a great event with lots to see, plus we will have a Mont shop on-site packed full of gear.

We look forward to the 2014 event and cannot wait to see everyone there.

Video by Nic Vevers
Music by Labyrinth Ear – Humble Bones

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