Stage 4Glenrock, Newcastle



Total Climbing:



Blacksmiths Beach, Swansea


Dixon Park, Newcastle

Start time: Wave starts from 8am

The finale again promises a sensational offering of single trail bliss and stunning coastal views.  This stage has undergone multiple changes over the evolution of Port to Port MTB. Stage 4 again begins on the Blacksmiths coastal strip to the north of Swansea. Against a beautiful beach backdrop, the start waves rollout toward Belmont Golf Course and a connection of trails north through the Wetlands area.

The course links up with the Redlands single trails then cross Oakdale Rd into the ripping single track around Whitebridge.

Additions have been made to the trails through Whitebridge with a revised alignment bringing the course over toward Dudley Beach and then into Glenrock from the south via Scout Camp Rd.

Stage 4 Stage 4 promises spectacular views and a world-class trail system to follow in Glenrock.

2018 Port to Port MTB features more single track than ever! It’s debatable if there is a better collection of trails to finish with than the brilliant arrangement forming Glenrock MTB Park.  A highlight of Stage 4 since inception, the trails in Glenrock continue to get better and the 2018 course makes the most of them.

Finishing back on the coast at Dixon Park overlooking Mereweather Beach, the final descent down Scenic Drive is guaranteed to take your breath away!  Stage 4 sits at around 40km the majority of which is made up of single track.  There’s similar elevations to 2017 with about 600m gained over the stage in a perfect finish to four fantastic days of riding.