The EVENT PROGRAM for 2020 Eagle Bay Epic is now available and is essential reading for all event attendees (competitors and supporters) with schedule, course details, maps and more. READ IT HERE.
All event attendees are asked to read and comply with our >>COVID-19 Event Safety Plan<<
The Leeuwin Long Course has been designed as an off-road adventure race on a world-class course. If you’re looking for a serious challenge and sense of accomplishment then this has your name written all over it.
Held in majestic coastal wilderness flanking Geographe Bay and Meelup Regional Park, this course will rank as one of the most spectacular settings for any race, let alone an adventure race.
It is sure to become a must-do for any adventure racer and those dipping their toes in the adventure format for the first time.
Sunday 8 November 2020 – 8:00am
Eagle Bay and Dunsborough, south-west Western Australia
Four off-road disciplines conducted as a non-stop race, starting and finishing at the Eagle Bay Brewing Co., Eagle Bay WA. These include:
- 23km Mountain Bike
- 2km Ocean Swim
- 13.5km Paddle
- 12.5km Brooks Trail Run
- 300m Team Run to the finish line
COURSE AND MAPS
CLICK HERE to view the Leeuwin Long Course detailed course description and Maps.
Achievable by competitors of all abilities (with some commitment)
- solo athletes doing the whole course themselves
- relay teams of up to 4 doing 1 or more legs each
CLICK HERE for Race Categories.
ENTRIES AND FEES
Entries are set to open in March 2020. CLICK HERE for Entry Fee’s and Info.
Are You Ready For The Adventure Of A Lifetime?
As the premier event of the weekend, this race is set to attract everyone from the go-fast athletes who are finely tuned adventure machines, through to weekend warriors loving a competitive adventure. Not to mention the relay teams which are a great way to get involved without being a super hero.
So, step forth the hard and committed (or the determined and the stalwart!) as an individual or relay team, for the inaugural Eagle Bay Epic Adventure Race on Sunday 8th November 2020.
Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse
The race is named after Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse (pictured at right), located on the most Southern Westerly tip of Australia where the Indian and Southern Oceans Meet. We thought it only fitting for our Long Course to be named after this solitary sentinel.