Yes, that’s 100 hours, not 100 km. The world’s first expedition-length, rogaine format adventure race will return in 2022! 100 hours of guaranteed racing over a spectacular wilderness course through the NSW northern rivers area course with all of the navigational and strategic challenge that the Rogue Raid events are known for. The Raid 100 is a qualifying member of the Adventure 1 Series.
- Location: Northern Rivers NSW
- Race HQ: Big River Holiday Park, Grafton
- Dates: 1-7 May 2022
- Categories: Teams of 4 (Mixed A1) or 2 (Male, Mixed and Female)
- Disciplines: Trekking, Mountain Biking, Kayaking, Packrafting and Ropes
- Duration: 100 hours
- Format: A clover-leaf, rogaine format course
- Entries: Open 6 September 2021
- Race document: 2022 Raid 100 Race Document
- 2019 Live Site Link: RaidAdventures.com/100live/
1-7 May, 2022.
The world’s first expedition-length, rogaine format adventure race returns in 2022! 100 hours of guaranteed racing over a spectacular wilderness course through the Clarence Valley area with all of the navigational and strategic challenge that the Rogue Raid events are known for. Each stage covers the core adventure racing disciplines of trekking, mountain biking, kayaking, packrafting and abseling and must be completed in order, however all check points on any given stage are optional. As in any rogaine, each check point will be assigned it’s own score value with teams competing to collect the highest score possible. This format of racing rewards wise strategy and accurate navigation just as much as raw fitness. The course will be set to be an achievable journey for the majority of teams entered whilst pushing the nation’s top teams to their limits for 100 hours. It also makes for a social atmosphere of racing as all level of teams are crossing paths on the course (with some stages having opening and closing times) and finishing together at the same time.
Volunteers play an integral role in an event of this scale going forward. The Rogue Raid has always been fortunate to receive massive support from volunteers, which can be just as rewarding as racing itself. There are multiple jobs we require volunteer assistance with over the week including race registrations, logistics with moving equipment, manning transition areas, search and rescue safety, course sweeping, photography, etc. Volunteering is also a great way to get access to teams out on the course.
To find out more, contact Liam St Pierre at email@example.com
Applications for an entry to the race will open on 6 September 2021. Please read the 2022 Raid 100 Entry and Cancellation Policy carefully for a guide on how the entry process will work. Note that the Rogue Raid races typically sell out on opening and teams will be selected for the race on the basis of the selection criteria highlighted in this document.
- Early Bird: $1320/person
- Standard: $1430/person
- Late: $1540/person
Entry fee includes:
- Duplicate sets of event-specific, water proof maps
- Race bib to keep
- Kayak hire
- Live GPS tracking
- Race logistics
- Qualification into the A1 Series
- Sponsors prizes and awards
- Race photography
- 100 hours of guaranteed racing!
Adventure 1 Series
The Raid 100 is a member of the global Adventure1 Series. Teams will be racing for not only a place in the ranks of the Australian Adventure Racing pecking order but also for a free entry to the GODZone expedition race.