Welcome to Rapid Ascent

Regarded as Australia’s leading Adventure Sports Event Management company, Rapid Ascent organises off-road, adventure and niche sports events across Australia ranging from mass participation adventure races (the world’s largest!) to boutique mountain bike festivals.

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4 days ago

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Rapid Ascent NEWSLETTER: As glimpses of normality are beginning to sprinkle us with hope, there is no doubt that achieving a racing or event goal is getting closer.

We feel your frustration. Racing is in our blood as well and we can't wait to set up the start arch so you can compete in one of our events, or race through the finish line as a competitor in someone else's events.

But right now we're happy to circulate a few updates, some more iso inspo to keep you motivated, and share details of a RACE THAT IS HAPPENING in 3 weeks time.

Keep training. Respect social distancing.

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Rapid Ascent NEWSLETTER: As glimpses of normality are beginning to sprinkle us with hope, there is no doubt that achieving a racing or event goal is getting closer.

We feel your frustration. Racing is in our blood as well and we cant wait to set up the start arch so you can compete in one of our events, or race through the finish line as a competitor in someone elses events.

But right now were happy to circulate a few updates, some more iso inspo to keep you motivated, and share details of a RACE THAT IS HAPPENING in 3 weeks time.

Keep training. Respect social distancing.

https://bit.ly/3d6p0jG

2 weeks ago

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The old event t-shirt conundrum... Is it OK to wear a t-shirt for an event you did not do?

Here is the Modern Guru's take on this most serious of topics!

bit.ly/2Tbg8kL

(Full credit and kudos to Danny Katz and The Age newspaper for this snippet we caught in the Good Weekend magazine a while back.)
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The old event t-shirt conundrum... Is it OK to wear a t-shirt for an event you did not do? 

Here is the Modern Gurus take on this most serious of topics!

https://bit.ly/2Tbg8kL

(Full credit and kudos to Danny Katz and The Age newspaper for this snippet we caught in the Good Weekend magazine a while back.)

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What a bullshit elitist suggestion. First and foremost, it’s clothing. If you need warmth, wear it. You’ll also be promoting that event even if you didn’t compete. If you competed and feel so strongly about it, go and get a tattoo.

I don't mind, but I reckon it's bad karma to wear it before or even during the actual event (my personal opinion, I'm no expert on karma). I reckon we've all paid the registration, included the shirt but got injured too late to get your money back. Hell yeah, I'm still accepting and wearing the shirt. It's advertising for the event. And tech shirts are great, half my cupboard is tech shirts from races.

When it comes to events, I think you have earn that t-shirt. 💪

I think you should only wear the t-shirt if you have participated in the event.

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