Cape to Cape isn't afraid to keep it fresh, and for 2019 the race is finishing in Margaret River!
Stage 4: Margaret River
This stage has its highs and lows like any day between the tape, but you can be sure it will end on a high. With a start at the Margaret River Gin Distillery, make sure you hold off until the end. Take off from Carters Road and get set for what lies ahead.
This is a short stage, and with just 37km you can expect it to be fast. The pace is on, and expect to be strung out on the rolling double track before hitting the forest roads and singletrack. No one wants to be stuck behind someone slow, so be prepared for some wild maneuvours. Some by people capable of them, others not.
It's a real mix of trails, from rockier natural trails to bigger machine built berms. It's all good, it's all fun, and it's all one step closer to the finish.
The best thing? The Margaret River Distillery at the finish, and a big pan of paella!
The shake up of the stage plan is a nice change and it should make for a super fun last stage - everyone is ready to party after the singletrack at Margaret River. Whether you head to the beach, head to the pub, hit the road to the airport or something else entirely, you will have finished on a high.
Need more course details? Get them on the Cape to Cape website. Don't forget to get your entry in, race as a pair or race solo. If you're racing as a pair you can even try to win a starting slot at the Cape Epic!
See you there!