Go Outdoors Mountain Mayhem Results

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Last weekend saw over 1200 riders blat round the gardens of HRH The Princess Royal at Gatcombe Park near Gloucester for the 19th Mountain Mayhem 24hour race.


2017 Entries Now Available

With an improved course, fine weather and a great relaxed family atmosphere it proved why it’s the longest running mountain bike race event in the UK. If you were there and you finished then you have our utmost respect. If you weren’t there then look over these images and results and get yourself over to the official Go Outdoors Mountain Mayhem website now to enter for next year’s big 20th anniversary celebration event. Entry prices have been held at 2016 levels until the end of December.

First, here’s the results for you. Click your category and download the PDF. For large categories the PDF only shows the top 50 teams, but the csv files below have every team plus rider lap times. You will need to download those files and open in a spreadsheet, like Excel.

Results in PDF Format

CSV Results files (Download and open in your preferred spreadsheet)

These files contain all teams and all data on each rider including number of laps and lap times.

Facebook live

We broadcast live via our Facebook page throughout the weekend. You can catch up on all our broadcasts, including a close up with the new Pivot Les carbon hardtail and our live interview with inspirational previous winner Karen Brammer over on our Facebook page. Like our page to be notified when we are next broadcasting live.

Here’s our start line broadcast – Visit our Facebook page if you can’t view the video.

Here’s the finish, complete with throng of lurkers. Visit our Facebook page if you can’t view the video.

And if you were a winner then you’ll be in this one as we live broadcast the entire podium ceremony. Visit our Facebook page if you can’t view the video.


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The right attitude is essential for a 24 hour race
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Bikes young and old – tights subtle and less so
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Bikes lined up ready for launch after the 400m sprint start
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One of the friendliest start lines you will see
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The sprint to the bikes begins
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This lad out-sprinted everyone and got on his bike first
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The mix of bikes from old to new, expensive to cheap, skinny to fat and everything in between makes it a truly inclusive and welcoming event.
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It didn’t rain during the race but the ground never really dried out either, making the pedaling ‘sticky’
okey dokey!
Ice-cream weather!
Little and large.
Into the deep dark woods.
Evening campers…and riders.
A retro ride in the future. You could hear this one coming! It’s got it all!

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