The Crocodile Trophy - the world’s oldest and most iconic mountain bike stage race
The Crocodile Trophy is Australia‘s and the World‘s oldest and most iconic mountain bike stage race. It calls the holiday paradise that is Tropical North Queensland home and its stage plan from Cairns to Port Douglas is unique – every day is different!
The 8 days include lush rainforest trails, awesome single tracks in the so typical bushland surrounds; you‘ll ride through river crossings and the iconic Australian Outback and you‘ll finish on the breath-takingly beautiful Four Mile Beach.
9 days (Bike: 9 days)
600 km (~67km per day)
Tour Operator World Wide Sports Agency
Australia's and the World's most iconic mountain bike stage race, since 1994.
The Crocodile Trophy has its home in the heart of tropical north Queensland in Australia and goes for eight days from the jungle in Cairns to the Atherton Tablelands with bush singletracks in one Australia's most popular MTB parks to the unique Outback and finishes on the breathtakingly beautiful Four Mile Beach in Port Douglas - all that via picturesque towns, the Skybury Coffee Plantation and Wetherby Cattle Station.
More than 120 participants from all over the world will race the ~600km and cover over 12,000m of elevation through the incredible landscape of Queensland's Tropical North. With an S1 UCI status, this is the world’s oldest and has been said to be the toughest international mountain bike stage race - and it is your chance to take on the challenge of a lifetime!
4 days (Bike: 4 days)
220 km (~55km per day)