In Search of Stoke is back in 2023 and bigger and better than ever!

This gravity enduro event was created for all mountain bike riders who identify as female to support and empower them to get involved in bike events. It is a fun, inclusive event that works to keep building and expanding the female riding community and network.

This event is designed to have something for every mountain bike rider, new or experienced, young or refined.


Keen to give gravity enduro style riding a go? We got you covered! Loving the gravity enduro scene already and looking for your next challenge? Look no further!  Want to ride new trails and make new friends? We’re bringing the stoke and party train!


Block out Saturday 22nd and Sunday 23rd April on your calendar and tell your friends and family.


Practice time on the trails is allocated on the Saturday with the main event running on the Sunday.

In Search of Stoke Starts in








NEW IN 2023 = MEN’S & KIDS EVENTS! Saturday will host a trail event for the males and a pump track event for the kids. This means there is something for the whole family, encouraging everyone to get involved, come down and support the event and riders.


There are two different options:
❖ The Mini Stoke = 3-stage event
3x timed descents, all liaison stages between descents are untimed.
– Wombat + High Roller + Rock Salt
~10kms with 370m climbing
Full-face helmet optional
Three categories: First time stokers + Seasoned Stokers + E-Stokers (E-bike)


❖ The Full Stoke = 5-stage event
5x timed descents, all liaison stages between descents are untimed.
– Wombat + High Roller + Rock Salt + Crits + Deadwoods
~18kms with 700m climbing
Full-face helmet required
Four categories: Junior, Sport, Elite & E-bike

Bloke Stoke = Single trail race event for males

Climb up through the park to descent down the fun single track of Fall Line

Full-face helmet optional, Costume mandatory

Four categories: Under 19, 19-35yrs, 36-100yrs and E-Bike

Pump ‘n’ Stoke = Kids pump track event

Fun on the local pump track trying to beat your own time

Prize for all entries, dress up encouraged

Three age groups: 3-5yrs, 6-8yrs, 9-12yrs


If you have any questions, please contact RHR member & Event Director Kathryn Visser via Facebook or email



Practice the Race Trail Days:

As in previous years, there are Come Ride the Trail Days in the lead-up to the event where you can see the trails, session them, gain some skills, plus make new friends. These dates are currently set as  Sat 15th April and Sun 16th April. Each ride day will be posted as an event via the Facebook page.