Event Overview

The EVENT PROGRAM for 2020 Bike Buller Festival is now available and is essential reading for all riders with schedule, course details, maps and more.READ IT HERE.

The Bike Buller Festival brings all that is great about mountain biking to the one location for a massive weekend of bikes, single track, fresh air and partying at a place that is renowned for good times!

Mountain bike riders of all styles are welcome with events of all disciplines included over the weekend. Riders can pick and choose their race(s) OR enter the combined-races and contest the ‘Gravity Gods’ or ‘XC Whippets’ crowns. 

And we are excited to announce that the Highline Slopestyle is an Official Bronze Event on the Freeride Mountain Bike World Tour. This is HUGE NEWS and will bring the region’s best riders for an incredible showdown. More Here

We haven’t forgotten the social sides of things either, nor the kids, as the weekend will include a heap of ‘extra stuff’ for you and your non-riding family to do. There are spectacle events to watch with a beer and a burger in your hands, MTB movies in the cinema, kids’ riding events; plus and a massive gourmet food, wine and live music festival called The Picnic in the Park on Sunday afternoon.

“The Bike Buller MTB Festival epitomises the kind of progressive vision for mountain bike events that Australia needs…”. Chris Southwood


Reckless ABOM Down Hill #
DHaRCO Gravity Enduro #
KRUSH Super-D 

THULE Epic Trail Point to Point 42km *
Michelin Corn Hill Grand Prix 17km  *

16” Dual Slalom
Highline Slopestyle – part of the Freeride Mountain Bike World Tour 
Picnic in the Park

Village Ride

#  Gravity Gods combined category race

* XC Whippets combined category event 

“The Bike Buller Festival has to be one of Australia’s best events – challenging, diverse and rewarding racing on superb trails in one of Australia’s most beautiful settings.” Mike Ross, FLOW MTB

2019 Bike Buller Festival video highlights thanks to our friends Rider’s Life.

So what’s the riding like?

If you want an unbiased and expert opinion of the trails at Mt Buller then read Flow MTB’s article and video on the trails from February 2014. This little paragraph sums up the article (and our own beliefs as well) but read the full content for the full effect:

Riding in Buller is simply amazing. Far from your normal trail centre experience (park the car, ride a loop, go home) Buller offers something far more substantial, immersive and rewarding. The hills are huge, the distances big, the trails challenging – this is mountain biking as it should be.

Read the full article here or watch the incredible footage below:



Mt Buller is officially Australia’s most epic mountain biking destination, with an internationally-recognised network of cross-country and downhill trails which includes some of the best trails in the country. Mt Buller Bike Park is Australia’s first and only IMBA endorsed Ride Centre, joining a select group of destinations around the world that represent IMBA’s Model Trail recognition for large-scale mountain bike facilities that offer something for every rider. The facilities at Mt Buller Bike Park include:

  • Over 120km quality XC trails
  • 5 chairlift-assisted gravity tracks
  • Modular pump track
  • 2 skills parks
  • Bike-friendly accommodation
  • Bike shuttles
  • Events for all disciplines
  • Clinics, tours and camps
  • Retail and rental outlets
  • A complete Alpine Village with everything you need for an epic bike trip


Mt Buller’s Australian Alpine Epic Trail – the jewel in the crown of Mt Buller’s decade-long commitment to building Australia’s premier mountain biking destination. The internationally-accredited IMBA Epic is a 40km long-distance cross-country trail that takes in some of the most spectacular terrain and scenery in the Australian Alps, including a nearly 10km descent that has to be ridden to be believed.

The ride begins in the Mt Buller Village – riders can follow the Bike Buller logos sprayed onto the road to reach the trailhead on the Village Family Trail. It then joins Gang Gangs, takes the Split Rock descent past the skills park, along Picnic Trail and Corn Hill to reach Silk Lane before hitting Howqua Gap. It’s best to take a breather before hitting the Stonefly ascent to reach the Mt Stirling summit before heading down to Telephone Box Junction. This is where the trail turns into proper wilderness adventure, through stunning countryside and with incredible views, and finally reaching the descent of all descents – close to 10km of flowing single track that will leave you speechless.

The final kicker is the journey back along the Delatite River to Mirimbah Park – where tired legs can be rested, stories swapped and smiles never wiped off faces.