What a day to celebrate 10 years of Peaks Challenge!
Relive the best moments of the day with the 2019 highlights video and share your ride with family and friends.Watch video
Check out the full gallery of complimentary professional photos and be sure to tag us on social media!View photos
Timing and results
2019 live event timing was brought to you by our friends at My Race Result. Find your official finishing time below.View results
Go one better in 2020 – Presale now open!
Are you ready to do it all again next year? Commit to the ride before Sunday 31 March to save your spot with 2019 pricing.ENTER NOW
Tell us your stories
Peaks Challenge rides highlight the best things about cycling, from teamwork and camaraderie to achievement and inspiration. The 10th Peaks Challenge Falls Creek was no exception and we want to hear your stories about what it means to be a Peaks Challenge finisher.
If you’d like to share your ride story we’d love to hear it. It can be as long or short as you want and presented however you want. Write a story, record a video or a send some photos, anything that tells your Peaks Challenge story. We’ll then publish it on our website and social media pages for other riders to see.Submit you story
235km cycling and 4000+ metres of climbing
Peaks Challenge Falls Creek is a 235km loop ride starting at Falls Creek and riding up Tawonga Gap, Mount Hotham and through Omeo before heading up the back of Falls Creek.
The back of Falls will hit you like a tonne of bricks. With 200km in your legs, you’ll quickly learn why the first pinch is called WTF Corner, and the whole ascent The Beast. It’s a steep and relentless climb with little reprieve. Do you have what it takes?TELL ME MORE
something money can't buy
It’s more than just a jersey. We know how much it means to you. It symbolises months of training, time away from family and friends, dedication, pain and commitment.
You’ll have 13 hours to make your mark and earn a jersey for yourself. It’s significance is something only a fellow Peaks Challenge finisher can understand.
We chatted to some Peaks finishers and let them reflect on their preparation, the challenge and what the finishers jersey means to them.Read more