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Going Off With A Bang: The 2018 Bike Buller Festival - Video

Mar 15, 2018
by Liam Renaut  
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2018 Bike Buller Festival


Celebrating it's 10 year anniversary this year, the Bike Buller Festival is back! We decided to head up with our crew and ride non-stop for 3 days!

Northside Express - one of only a few chairlifts in Australia, it needs to open more often than it does, because when it's open, riders love it

All the best and favourite events were back for 2018, from the 16" Dual Slalom to the ABOM Downhill. We had our crew members entered across most the events to get a real taste of what it's all about.

Ben The Bike Tech racing his single speed hardtail in the Gravity Enduro, 40 kilometres and he still had a smile on his face

Luke down Copperhead for the All Mountain race

As the event is now held on Labour Day weekend, the entire bottom of the hill is turned into a food and wine festival called Picnic in the Park. One of the events even finishes in the festival, the Super D, which is 12km and 1,100m descending.

Some local bands getting their groove on.

Kids Village Ride, wasn't meant to be a race, try telling kids that!


Stoke Levels = 100


Thanks for having us Bike Buller, until next time!

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6 Comments

  • + 5
 For internationals lacking context: Mt Buller is located in Victoria, Australia. This festival marks the end of the MTB season, as Buller switches to snow mode in winter...one of the few places in the country to ski/board
  • + 1
 Thank you, I did miss that part out.
  • + 1
 ummmm, another good month of riding at Buller, the shuttles finish end of April. and the lifts will be running for easter too.
  • + 1
 @lapwood: Bang on, the season isn't finished. caltife just pointed out a good fact that I missed about mentioning Buller is in Vic.
  • + 1
 @LiamRenaut: No worries @lapwood yeah I should've said beginning of the end
  • + 1
 That time lapse shot of the dust trail in the sunrise is sweet as

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