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Only 4 weeks to go!

Tough Bloke Challenge – Appin, NSW
Saturday 28th & Sunday 29th June 2014

So that’s the real question! Have you trained? Are you ready mentally? Have you got your costume? Have you even signed up yet?

If you haven’t signed up yet then hurry as the event is less than 4 weeks away and spots are filling up fast. Grab your partner, a friend or come and race solo but don’t leave it too late to enter.

This year we are giving you a jam packed event. More obstacles than ever – Now its 26! More challenges! More goodies from our sponsors! More prizes and well, just more…..

Don’t forget you can “Run for Free” by raising only $150 for Camp Quality. These guys do some amazing work with kids and families living with cancer. A great opportunity to support them and have fun at the same time. Find out more HERE

Still need a few more tough volunteers too so if you’re keen to be involved or just want to find out more click HERE

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UPCOMING EVENTS

Saturday 3rd September 2022
Coastal Classic
Royal National Park, NSW

Saturday 17th September 2022
Max Adventure Race Series
Glenbrook, Blue Mountains, NSW

Saturday 15th October 2022
Convict 100
St Albans, NSW

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Entries filling fast!

Kathmandu Adventure Series
Blue Mountains, NSW
Saturday 2nd & Sunday 3rd August 2014

The Kathmandu Adventure Series returns to the lower Blue Mountains for the 4th leg of the series. Based from Euroka clearing near Glenbrook, this event will take in the best trails, tracks and stunning views this area has to offer.

We are currently in negotiations with National Parks to use a new addition to the area that will have you grinning from ear to ear. The new addition will give us access to a number of tracks that we have not used for many years. Watch this space!

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Someone is turning 10!

Kathmandu Urban Series – Sydney, NSW
22nd November, 2014

Entries have opened  for the 10th edition of the Kathmandu Urban in Sydney. For such a big milestone the team at Max Adventure are beavering away and coming up with a whole new lot of zany and unique checkpoints to challenge rookies and veterans alike in 2014.

For the past 10 years this event has been the leading urban adventure race. Past activities have had competitors riding mechnical bulls, pole dancing, learning Zumba, clay pigeon shooting and kayaking on the beautiful Sydney Harbour.

What will this year have in store?

Register now and take advantage of the early bird entry prices to the Kathmandu Urban – Sydney

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Event Wrap Up

Kathmandu Adventure Series
Royal National Park, NSW
Saturday 24th & Sunday 25th May, 2014

Adventure racing action returned to the Royal National Park with a capacity field of just under 800 adventure racers lining up on the start line, the competition was fast and furious. Teams canoed, ran, mountain biked, and kayaked around the 30+ km course in the stunning Royal National Park. Teams had the option of collecting time bonus checkpoints during different legs of the event adding to the strategy and challenge of the race.

Team Toucan (Paul Argerakis and Brad White) were the fastest male team over the two days smashing the course in 1 hour 43min (after bonuses). This brought an end to the reign of Team Belrose Bicycles (the Armstrong brothers) in the event, who came in second. Traces of Nuts (Luke & Melissa Nuttall) took out the mixed category in 1 hour 57 min and The Girls (Jody Mielke and Neroli Field) rounded out the overall category winners in 2 hours and 5mins. Check out where you placed compared to the front runners via the link below.

The series now moves to the Blue Mountains on 2nd & 3rd August. We look forward to catching up with you all there!

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