Entries Still Open

City of Busselton Mayor, The Honourable Grant Henley, gets the race underway on the Busselton Foreshore in 2019, the last time the event visited the oceanside circuit.


With one month to go, entries are still open for Round 5 of the UniSA Australian HPV Super Series, and Round 3 of the Epiroc Pedal Prix Series, when Human Powered Vehicle racing returns to the picturesque foreshores of Geographe Bay in Busselton on Sunday the 21st of August. 

It’s been some three years since the Series has visited Western Australia and now with the lifting of COVID restrictions, racing can resume on this ideal oceanside circuit.  

Thanks to the support of the City of Busselton, some 40 vehicles are expected to take part with entries coming from local schools, the Perth metropolitan district, South Australia and Victoria.  

“It’s tremendous to be able to race again after a significantly difficult few years due to COVID,” stated Series CEO Marcus Lacey. “Coming back to Busselton is a real highlight of the calendar.  We hope to see as many local and Perth based teams take to the track as possible.”

The event is a round of the national UniSA Australian HPV Super Series, as well as the Epiroc WA Pedal Prix Series. “We are thrilled to be part of the Busselton event as it is the climax to our three round Series here in Western Australia,” said WA Chairperson Ben Clayton.

“Working with WAHPV Association Chairperson Ben Clayton and his team, along with the support of The City of Busselton, enables us stage what will be a great day of racing,” confirmed Lacey.

There is still time to get entries in for teams contemplating getting to Busselton for the event. Simply click here to submit your entry and join in for a great weekend.

Program of Events  

Saturday 20 August  

Scrutineering will take place at the Busselton Youth and Community Centre, corner of High Street and Bussell Highway from 12:00pm – 3:30pm.  

Sunday 21 August  

7.00am Venue open for team access  

8.30am Marshals Briefing at Race Control (10 mins)  

8.50am Team Manager Briefing at Race Control (10 mins)  

9.20am Teams to Grid  

9.30am All Marshals in position  

9.50am Clear the Grid  

10.00am Race Start  

4.00pm Race Finish  

4.15pm Presentations