about the australian international pedal prix at murray bridge
2021 will see the 36th running of the Australian International Pedal Prix, the biggest Human Powered Vehicle race in the world, held at the scenic Sturt Reserve complex at Murray Bridge.
As COVID continues to impact the world, this year’s race format will be 2 x 6 hour events in place of the traditional 24hr format, offering the 175 entrants a new and exciting opportunity to test their bodies, minds and equipment.
This final round of the UniSA Australian HPV Super Series will see the Series winner crowned. A new format will provide points awarded for each race, thereby doubling the points available. If Series points are tied at the end of the second race, the team which finishes higher in the Sunday race will be crowned Series winner.
Scrutineering will be held on the Friday (10 September) with gates open at 12pm and teams able to set up and prepare pits from then.
Held on the scenic roadway around Sturt Reserve on the banks of the mighty Murray River, both day’s races will get the green light at 10am and finish at 4pm.
The 2021 Australian International Pedal Prix is proudly supported by the Rural City of Murray Bridge.