18 Years of Adventure

Over 75 Mass Participation Adventure Events in All Corners of the Globe

WHAT KEEPS US BUSY

The Adventure Racing (AR) World Series unites in competition the worlds best endurance athletes at premiere Qualifier events around the globe. The top two teams at each of these races gain a coveted position on the start line of the annual pinnacle of the sport, the AR World Championship.
XPD is Australia’s own Expedition Adventure Race. Teams of four competitors from around the globe trek, mountain bike, and kayak for three to six days in this world renowned expedition. These adventurers race day and night over a 450-500km course pushing themselves to the ultimate limits of human endurance.
Trackers are a great for events that have previously been hard to watch, due to participants moving over large distances in inaccessible areas. Trackers send their latest position to a google map that anyone can view on their phone, tablet or computer.
Derby, Blue Tier, Bay of Fires, St Helens – Australia’s undisputed mecca of mountain biking. The Dragon Trail is a 3 day XC stage race that will take you on a mountain biking journey from myrtle forests, to alpine plateaus and to the stunning Bay of Fires. On each of the three unique days of racing, you will experience the joys of sensational flowing single track, purpose-built by trail gurus World Trail, through some of the most remarkable landscapes in Tasmania. 

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EVENTS WE HAVE CREATED - PAST AND PRESENT

  • 2018 - XPD - Tasmania
  • 2017 - Mountain Designs GeoQuest - Sawtell
  • 2016 - Mountain Designs GeoQuest - Port Macquarie
  • 2016 - XPD - Shoalhaven (World Championship)
  • 2015 - Mountain Designs GeoQuest - Hawkes Nest
  • 2015 - XPD - Townsville
  • 2014 - Mountain Designs GeoQuest - Crescent Head
  • 2013 - Mountain Designs GeoQuest - Harrington
  • 2013 - XPD - Flinders Ranges
  • 2012 - Mountain Designs GeoQuest - Forster
  • 2011 - Hells Bells - South East Queensland
  • 2011 - Mountain Designs GeoQuest - Nambucca Heads
  • 2011 - XPD - Tasmania (World Champs)
  • 2011 - City Raid - Brisbane
  • 2010 - Bribie Island Multisport - South East Queensland
  • 2010 - Hells Bells - South East Queensland
  • 2010 - Mountain Designs GeoQuest - Port Macquarie
  • 2010 - XPD - Cairns
  • 2010 - City Raid - Brisbane
  • 2010 - Bribie Island Multisport - South East Queensland
  • 2009 - Hells Bells - South East Queensland
  • 2009 - Mountain Designs GeoQuest - Forster
  • 2009 - City Raid - Brisbane
  • 2008 - 8 Hr Enduro - South East Queensland
  • 2008 - Adventure Race Queensland Series (ARQ) x One Night in Vegas - City Raid
  • 2008 - Bribie Island Multisport - South East Queensland
  • 2008 - Hells Bells - South East Queensland
  • 2008 - Insomnia Mountain Bike - South East Queensland
  • 2008 - Mountain Designs GeoQuest - Emerald Beach
  • 2008 - One Night in Vegas / City Raid - Adventure Race Queensland Series (ARQ)
  • 2008 - Rush Hour - Adventure Race Queensland Series (ARQ)
  • 2008 - Summer Storm - Adventure Race Queensland Series (ARQ)
  • 2008 - The Step Up - Adventure Race Queensland Series (ARQ)
  • 2008 - XPD - Australian Alps
  • 2007 - 8 Hr Enduro - South East Queensland
  • 2007 - Adventure Race Queensland Series (ARQ) x One Night in Vegas - City Raid
  • 2007 - Bribie Island Multisport - South East Queensland
  • 2007 - Hells Bells - South East Queensland
  • 2007 - Insomnia Mountain Bike - South East Queensland
  • 2007 - Mountain Designs GeoQuest - Sawtell
  • 2007 - One Night in Vegas / City Raid - Adventure Race Queensland Series (ARQ)
  • 2007 - Rush Hour - Adventure Race Queensland Series (ARQ)
  • 2007 - Summer Storm - Adventure Race Queensland Series (ARQ)
  • 2007 - The Step Up - Adventure Race Queensland Series (ARQ)
  • 2007 - XPD - Whitsundays
  • 2006 - Adventure Race Queensland Series (ARQ) x One Night in Vegas - City Raid
  • 2006 - Hells Bells - South East Queensland
  • 2006 - Insomnia Mountain Bike - South East Queensland
  • 2006 - Mountain Designs GeoQuest - Stuarts Point
  • 2006 - One Night in Vegas / City Raid - Adventure Race Queensland Series (ARQ)
  • 2006 - Rush Hour - Adventure Race Queensland Series (ARQ)
  • 2006 - Summer Storm - Adventure Race Queensland Series (ARQ)
  • 2006 - The Step Up - Adventure Race Queensland Series (ARQ)
  • 2006 - XPD - Tasmania
  • 2005 - Hells Bells - South East Queensland
  • 2005 - Mountain Designs GeoQuest - Bonny Hills
  • 2005 - Teva Adventure Series - Melbourne
  • 2005 - Teva Adventure Series - Sydney
  • 2005 - Teva Adventure Series - Brisbane
  • 2004 - Hells Bells - South East Queensland
  • 2004 - Mountain Designs GeoQuest - Eden
  • 2004 - XPD - Broken Hill
  • 2004 - Teva Adventure Series - Melbourne
  • 2004 - Teva Adventure Series - Sydney
  • 2004 - Teva Adventure Series - Canberra
  • 2004 - Teva Adventure Series - Brisbane
  • 2003 - Mountain Designs GeoQuest - Bendalong
  • 2003 - Teva Adventure Series - Melbourne
  • 2003 - Teva Adventure Series - Sydney
  • 2003 - Teva Adventure Series - Canberra
  • 2003 - Teva Adventure Series - Brisbane
  • 2002 - Teva Adventure Series - Sydney
  • 2002 - Teva Adventure Series - Melbourne
  • 2002 - Mountain Designs GeoQuest - Batemans Bay

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The Swedish Armed Forces Adventure Team continued to build their lead at the Nordic Islands Adventure Race overnight.

They are now more than a full stage ahead of Hamilton Adventure, a stage they took 10.5 hours to complete and which included a via ferrata at CP30.

The team are currently at TA10 at Validal Harbour preparing to start a 4-6 hour packraft across Storfjiorden (weather permitting).

TA10 is the only cut-off in the race which the slower teams will be racing for. They have to leave before 08.00 on Friday to go onto the short course, and before 15.00 on Friday to be allowed to continue to the finish.

All of the ranked teams continued overnight with Chaos Machine at the back of the pack now approaching TA5. Both unranked teams are enjoying parts of the course as well, including the rafting stage.

The Swedish Armed Forces Adventure Team continued to build their lead at the Nordic Islands Adventure Race overnight.

They are now more than a full stage ahead of Hamilton Adventure, a stage they took 10.5 hours to complete and which included a via ferrata at CP30.

The team are currently at TA10 at Validal Harbour preparing to start a 4-6 hour packraft across Storfjiorden (weather permitting).

TA10 is the only cut-off in the race which the slower teams will be racing for. They have to leave before 08.00 on Friday to go onto the short course, and before 15.00 on Friday to be allowed to continue to the finish.

All of the ranked teams continued overnight with Chaos Machine at the back of the pack now approaching TA5. Both unranked teams are enjoying parts of the course as well, including the rafting stage.
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Race leaders Swedish Armed Forces Adventure Team will soon be descending to TA8 in the Nordic Islands Adventure Race ... and as you can see they are advised to take care as its a VERY steep descent!

Race leaders Swedish Armed Forces Adventure Team will soon be descending to TA8 in the Nordic Islands Adventure Race ... and as you can see they are advised to take care as it's a VERY steep descent! ... See MoreSee Less

21 hours ago

ARWS - Adventure Racing World Series

Here's the day 3 'NIAR Daily' broadcast from the Nordic Islands Adventure Race!

Nordic Islands Adventure Race
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2 weeks ago

Geocentric Outdoors
Yep - we are getting closer to sharing the much awaited GPX route of the Dragon Trail MTB. It has all been a little secret squirrel as we cant release it until the official opening of the much anticipated St Helens Mountain Bike Trails. None the less - the below diagram is pretty close to what you can expect ….  There are a couple of changes; Day 1 is a little longer and Day 3 a little shorter. This has enabled us to take in more iconic Derby Trails and let everyone get back in time for the post race party.

Yep - we are getting closer to sharing the much awaited GPX route of the Dragon Trail MTB. It has all been a little secret squirrel as we can't release it until the official opening of the much anticipated St Helens Mountain Bike Trails. None the less - the below diagram is pretty close to what you can expect …. There are a couple of changes; Day 1 is a little longer and Day 3 a little shorter. This has enabled us to take in more iconic Derby Trails and let everyone get back in time for the post race party. ... See MoreSee Less

 

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Sooo hoping we can get to this! I love the Derby trails and to get to ride to the Bay of Fires will be amazing. 🤩🤩🤩

This. Is. Awesome 😎

We need to get Tassie into our schedule Graeme Naismith

We are going to have to do that!!!

Stacey Yeadon

Harry Badcock Sean Sizzle Neilson

Unfortunately it’s raining today, the stuff we do when bored.😎

Megan Farebrother maybe we should relive our Tassie adventure ..

Better do a few more South Boundary Roads before March!

Derek Cornwall

Belinda Brooks Amanda Ewin

We must be due for a trip too tassie Allison 😎

Oh yes....

Pat Mount

Paul Gill

John Farrell Tony Cheesman Fred Gibbs , some tasty riding!

Robyn Alcock

Lachie James

Let’s go ride it now

Martin Reid

Fraser BlackDarren Cable

Chad Vowles

Andrew Suttle this looks like a great one, I intend on going!

Julian Hayes

Dan Hart Adam Pearton Ewen Davey

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1 month ago

Geocentric Outdoors

XPD Australia 2020 Announced - Cape York “Rivers of Gold”

The 2020 edition of the XPD Expedition Race is themed “Rivers of Gold”. Adventure racing teams from Australia and around the world will step back in time to follow the legendary 1870s Cape York gold rush of the Palmer and Hodgkinson Rivers.

This gold rush was described as “one of the wildest, most lawless and most dangerous gold rushes the world has ever seen. It was characterised by mountainous terrain, hundreds of kilometres of jungle track, violent aboriginal people, a dry season in which a man could die of thirst and a wet season that could wash away entire settlements to leave stranded men to starve to death”.

The harbour town of Port Douglas is 2,000 kilometres North of Brisbane and was established to service miners seeking their fortunes on the Hodgkinson River gold fields. The town has survived to the present day and will host the modern day adventurers of the 11th Edition of XPD from the 18-25th July 2020.

Detailed information on the race can be found at www.xpd.com.au

Teams of four athletes will start on the Great Barrier Reef, the world's largest coral reef system, stretching for over 2,300 kilometres along the North-East Australian coast. Emulating the wild and harsh journey of a prospector heading to Goldfields, they must first paddle from the magnificent coral reefs to palm-fringed beaches of the mainland.

The intrepid adventure racers will be then confronted by the formidable and famous Daintree Rainforest, part of the largest continuous area of tropical rainforest on the Australian continent.

Teams must prevail in a journey through boulder-strewn rivers, lush rainforest, and misty waterfalls to cross the Great Dividing Range at over 1,000+m in altitude.

Flowing West to the Gulf of Carpentaria are the remote Outback Australian “Rivers of Gold”. Through the harsh interior of Cape York, bold teams will paddle these flowing and turbulent waters, mountain bike vast open spaces and hike over ancient landscapes, in search of the ultimate but elusive... XPD Gold!

Race Director Craig Bycroft said “It is fascinating to use the history of the Palmer and Hodgkins River gold rush as the backdrop to plan an expedition race course. I think many of the original miners of the 1800s and the adventure racing teams of today would share the same spark of frontier adventure. It will be like a connection across time.”

XPD attracts both experienced adventure racing teams and enthusiastic amateurs attempting their first race.

Teams arriving at the Cairns Airport on Friday the 17th July 2020 have the option of a transfer to the event headquarters at the Port Douglas Community Hall, located centrally in the resort town of Port Douglas. A gateway to the Cape York of Australia, the town is a vibrate tourist destination with average July temperatures of 17-25 degrees Celsius.

The XPD 11th Edition starts on Sunday 19th July and winning teams are expected to complete the 500km course in just over 3 days. Remaining teams are permitted up to 6 days to reach the finish line. Teams members must remain within 100 metres of each other for the entire race and complete all legs together. They should be prepared to race non-stop in the disciplines of trekking, mountain biking, ocean kayaking, snorkelling, abseiling/rope work, river kayaking and navigation.

The closing ceremony will be held on Saturday 25th July followed by transfers back to the Cairns Airport on the 26th.

Entries open on the XPD race website on the 17th October 2019 and a special Early Bird price extends for one month to the 17th November. Teams can race as Premier Mixed, All Male or All Female. There are three age groups, Youth teams with a cumulative age of less than 110, Open teams, and Masters teams with a cumulative age of 190 or greater.

The event is also seeking volunteers to assist during the race. Available roles include manning transition points, assisting with media and working with the logistics crew to move team equipment around the course. More information at xpd.com.au/enter-the-race/volunteer-race-officials/

XPD is one of the longest running and most experienced events of the Adventure Racing World Series (ARWS). The ARWS unites in competition the worlds best endurance athletes at premiere Qualifier events around the globe. The top team from each of these races gains a coveted position on the start line of the annual pinnacle of the sport, the
Adventure Racing World Championship.

Video teaser available at vimeo.com/339880003

Social media information can be found on Facebook at www.facebook.com/geocentricoutdoors/
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WOW *** Fabulous

Kelti - I said they’d go north. Let’s have a girls holiday 😉😉

Holy moly wowza

I hope there is a pub TA with my name on it :)

Anybody looking for a team member for this. Need to tick this off my bucket list

Barry Stevens, Kirstine Collins

Best get saving! 🤪

Fantastic - can't wait!!

I’m in!

I've JUST COME OUT OF RETIREMENT!!!!

Did that send chills up your spine Mike Hindley?

Wow. What an environment to race in.

Looks amazing!

Helena Nunes McInnes Brett Carlsson

Gareth Fuller, Geoffrey Bennett, Philip Van Gent

Andrew Clowes

Rosie Shakespeare 🤗🤔

Julian Jones Luke Holmes Aidan Davey

Lee McNulty

Kelly Hawes Keen

Yes fleur this is you.😉 Lol

it says you have a Virus in your volunteer addy ?????

Wayne Kelly

Doug Strachan

Today is full of good news haha just not for the bank account 😂

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2 months ago

Geocentric Outdoors

A sneak peak at the new trails in St Helens which are due to open in November. The Dragon Trail MTB 3 day stage race will use these. The fantastic beach shot near the end of the clip is the finish of Day 2. Can’t wait!! #dragontrailmtb www.dragontrail.com.au

St Helens Mountain Bike Trails
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Audrey van Beusichem

Aaron Petersen Johnmark Snead

Josh Russell

Andrew Sargent, commit!

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2 months ago

Track Me Live
Wow those feet must be sore! Jay, who is walking from Adelaide to Sydney to raise awareness for Melanoma, is close to the end of his journey. It’s been a pleasure to support Jay in his quest. Jay has been carrying two Track Me Live trackers that update his position every 5 minutes. To ensure we have coverage even when there is no mobile coverage, one works using a satellite. Congratulations Jay on an amazing achievement and enjoy putting your feet up! You can see him here - http://live.trackmelive.com.au/wheres-jay/

Wow those feet must be sore! Jay, who is walking from Adelaide to Sydney to raise awareness for Melanoma, is close to the end of his journey. It’s been a pleasure to support Jay in his quest. Jay has been carrying two Track Me Live trackers that update his position every 5 minutes. To ensure we have coverage even when there is no mobile coverage, one works using a satellite. Congratulations Jay on an amazing achievement and enjoy putting your feet up! You can see him here - live.trackmelive.com.au/wheres-jay/ ... See MoreSee Less

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Adventure Racing World Series Director:

Craig Bycroft

0419 427 244 

craig@geocentricoutdoors.com.au

Australian Events including XPD and Track Me Live:

Louise Foulkes

0419 427 243 

louise@geocentricoutdoors.com.au