As the first ever venue for the 4 rider format on the World Cup, the course has special significance, and still stands up as on of the best courses ever used.
Well known as a favourite with riders and spectators, the course is built and up-graded by the UCI 4X co-ordinator Phil Saxena and his Full Contact Racing boys.
It is a steep course, featuring whoops, doubles, step downs, big and small table tops, a 3/4 pack (called the 'lumpy bumpy'!), a floaty hip jump, and four huge bermed corners.
The size of everything can be intimidating initially, but once you get confident it is good fun and a real challenge.
Anbody can ride it, but you need to be a confident jumper to get the best out of it. Hardtail or short travel jump bike recommended.
|Nearest Town:||Fort William|
|Sat Nav:||PH33 6SQ|
|Grid Ref:||NN 16229 77869|
Published: 31 May 2018
Year after year, Fort William 4X provides action and drama to the thousands of spectators lining the track on Aonach Mor and showcases 4X at its absolute best.
Published: 5 June 2017
The iconic 4X venue in Scotland has seen some of the most spectacular 4X races in history and in 2017, there would be plenty more drama...
Published: 2 June 2017
Sparks are set to fly with qualifying on Friday night and the race on Saturday afternoon after DH qualifying, Fort William is the place to be on June 2nd/3rd.
Published: 7 June 2016
The iconic 4X venue in Scotland has seen some of the most spectacular 4X races in history and in 2016, there would be plenty more drama......
Please note: Distance is calculated as air distance or "as the crow flies" the most direct route between two points, so the distance by road maybe slightly longer.
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