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Bunker &

12th October 2019

Bunker & Back is organised by the Rotary Club of Rutherford Telarah. 
It is envisaged the ride will become an annual event held on the Tocal property. 
The 2019 ride will support the HMRI Sports Concussion Clinic.



You have a choice of rides depending on your skill, fitness and bike.

The selections are 24, 48 and 72km ride at Tocal on Saturday 12th October 2019 to support the HMRI Sports Concussion Clinic.


  • Earlybird registration discount

  • FREE parking

  • Refreshments included

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Registrations are Online using a Secure payment system

Early Bird Discount is only available until 11th September – $60.00 per rider. From 12th September the Rider Fee is $75.00

All riders must pay in full at time of registration. No part payments are accepted.

Cancellations by a Rider must be via email only for security reasons, no refunds for the registration fee.

If a rider fails to turn up there is no refund and his fee will be treated as a Donation.

Riders MUST choose their ride distance when registering.

Riders accept the Terms of Ride when registering.

All riders must sign the Waiver on the day prior to the commencement of the race. Download Event Waiver.

Bunker and Back Trail Ride Information

  • HOW FAR is the RIDE:
    The fire trails are in the beautiful grounds of Tocal College and the courses will be 24kms in length for full circuit with maximum of 3 loops on the day and around 7kms for family ride.
  • START TIME: 7.30am
  • WHAT is the COST:
    Cost of this event will be $60 if register prior to September 11th for early bird entries and after that it will be $75 and spaces are limited. Food is included in the fees paid.
    Entry to the event will be through the Tocal Field Day gates north of the main College gate.
    Car parking will be in the paddock on the Paterson side of the college main entrance.
    There will be checkpoints around the course to get a drink if required or report any problems. Tocal College have volunteered a sweep vehicle to assist with any issues while participating in the event.
    Spaces are limited. No entries will be accepted after that limit is reached. 


Course direction is set and at no time are riders to ride in the opposite direction while event is being held and must stay on dirt roads, fire trails and marked pathways.
This is a working farm property and can be dangerous due to rocks, logs and holes in long grass so do not stray off the fire trails

There are cattle grids on the property and while most grids will be by-passed through gates alongside, all care is to be taken to make crossing these grids as safe as possible. Please ensure that if you have to ride over a grid that you approach straight on and not at an angle to prevent wheels from sliding out from under you. Use the gateway alongside the grids as a by-pass when available, but please be aware.

Due to terrain it would be preferred that riders use a Mountain Bike or a special gravel bike.

Please ensure your bike is serviced and ready to go.
All participants must wear safety equipment as per road regulations.
Refrain from taking short cuts or making new trails
Be courteous to all other users

Take your rubbish with you

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Proudly Supporting HMRI

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The Sports Concussion Clinic (SCC) aims to support our local sportsmen and women by providing free access to evaluation and medical recommendations to players suffering concussive injury. The Priority Research Centre for Stroke and Brain Injury supports the SCC’s associated research activities, which focuses on support athletes with best evidence-based practice. 

If you are interested in sponsoring our event, please email rcrt.secretary@gmail.com for details