As the event weekend approaches, you’re sure to have a few questions, and this guide is here to help you feel prepared and informed about what to expect in the lead up to the MACA Cancer 200.
Before the Event
Online check in opens and will remain open a few weeks before the event weekend. Keep an eye out in your inbox for information on how to complete your online check in via the website.
Once you’ve completed your online check in, your rider pack will be available for pick up at the Perkins. Look out for the email to book a pack pick up time and refer to this map for parking.
Bike & bag drop-off
Get ready for an exhilarating ride weekend on Saturday 14 October 1and Sunday 15 October! Prepare by ensuring your bikes are in tip-top condition, helmets securely fastened, and spirits high. To guarantee a seamless and memorable experience click on and have a read through the weekend guide below.
The official MACA Cancer 200 route is a two day, 200km round trip. Starting at Optus Stadium, on your first day you'll cycle all the way to Mandurah, and day two will see you make your way back again. On both days, the route is equipped with pit stops every 20km to help you complete your trip with ease. This map is not final but illustrative due to changing road conditions.
Day 1: Saturday 14th October
5.00 am - 6.00 am: Late luggage drop off
5.30 am - 6.00 am: All riders arrive at Optus Stadium
6.30 am The Opening Ceremony
7.00 am Ride out for Mandurah
5.00 pm - 7.00 pm: Dinner
6.00 pm - 7.30 pm: Saturday Night Celebration
10.00 pm Lights out, happy campers!
Day 2: Sunday 15th October
5.00am to 6.30am Breakfast
6.45 am Weather and safety briefing
7.00 am Ride out from Mandurah to return to Optus Stadium
11.00 am WesTrac Welcome Back at Optus Stadium and The Camfield
5:00 pm WesTrac Welcome Back and end of ride celebrations finish
Luggage drop-off and bike security
Your bike and luggage can be dropped off at Optus Stadium at any time from 7am – 7pm on Friday 13 October.
Bikes will be kept safe in a secure lock up that is patrolled 24/7 and luggage will be secured at Optus Stadium before being trucked down to Mandurah prior to your arrival on Saturday.
Late luggage will also be accepted on Saturday 14 October from 5am – 6am.
More information will be shared with you about this via email closer to the ride weekend.
Parking and getting to Optus Stadium
The MACA Cancer 200 team have your parking for the weekend covered, and you will receive more information about this closer to the event weekend.
However please note that parking in and around Optus Stadium is limited. So if possible, please consider getting dropped off or hitch a ride with a fellow rider to avoid any delays! There will be a dedicated pick-up and drop-off zone for the duration of the weekend.
Health & Safety
200km is a long way, so we’ll have something cold for you once you cross the finish line, and massage therapists to help ease those aches. There will also be St John officers on standby and phone number to call should you require any assistance along the route.
There are pit-stops located roughly every 20km along the route. These pit-stops have a place for you to go to the bathroom, stock up on water, help yourself to snacks and have lunch.
Yummy food is also provided at the finish line on both days, as well as Saturday night dinner and Sunday morning breakfast for all registered.
Saturday night celebrations and camping
The official Saturday night celebrations includes dinner, stories, acknowledgements, surprises and one big celebration of you.
Camping facilities are also available to those who book a camping space. Please note - bookings are essential and you are required to provide your own bedding. If you aren't sure if you received an email about camping on Saturday night, or have any questions, reach out to the team at firstname.lastname@example.org.