How to get there:
You can get instructions on how to get to the event from the Linga Longa Bike Park website.

When you arrive:

Before setting up camp, you must go to the check-in desk and complete your registration. You will be given a wrist band for the event which you need to keep on for the weekend. On check-in you will receive an information pack and advised of where to setup camp.

Please do not arrive before 10am on Friday!

Important Times!

10am – Registrations open & check-in for camping & glamping
12pm – Festival Opens!
12pm – 6pm – Riding & Shuttles
6pm – Cafe dinner

7am – Breakfast
8:30am – Festival briefing
9am – Riding! Shuttles! Coaching!
12pm – Lunch
4:30pm – Brymans Women’s Longest Train
6:30pm – Festival Dinner
11:00pm – Lights out!

7:30am – Breakfast
8:30am – Bike check and briefing
9am – Shuttles start
12pm – Lunch
4pm – Shuttles finish

Registrations will be open all day Friday and Saturday morning. You must be checked in prior to 9am Saturday for Total Bliss and Saturday Bliss Bomb Ticket holders.

A detailed timetable will be released closer to the event!

Riding equipment
– A bike in good working order
– A full face helmet is recommended
– Half shell helmets are allowed, but only to ride on blue and green trails / features at the park
– Protective gear is recommended (knee pads, elbow guards)
– T-shirt or jersey and short or pants is recommended for riding! No one wants gravel rash coming into Summer!
– Riding shoes or sneakers

What to bring

Please see the FAQ page.


This is a women’s event, but there will be some men around. This event wouldn’t be possible without the many volunteers to make it happen. Many of the Linga Longa Mountain Bike club volunteers and coaches and will be assisting at the event.

Men who attend as family members / partners are welcome but need to be aware of the areas they can and cannot access. On Friday and Saturday they will be restricted to the area below the dam and the Linga Longa Cafe. They will not be permitted to access the bike park or spectate on the trails, including the Brymans train on Saturday afternoon.

Under no circumstances is riding permitted on the Friday and Saturday unless you are a volunteer or staff member. Men are not permitted in the Women’s Only areas, including the Women’s Only camping zone.