Tommy Dauntless

All posts by Tommy Dauntless

Dauntless has been mountain bike racing, adventure racing, and orienteering for over 20+ years and has been building and directing mountain bike races for the better part of two decades. He was the first race director to design and direct MTBO races in the United States in 2010, and help launch the entire Orienteering USA effort to send athletes to the World MTBO Championships. His love for MTBO comes from competing in MTBO in Australia and wanted to bring the sport of MTBO to America.

MTBO is MTB Racing

MTB Orienteering more like a MOUNTAIN BIKE race that just so happens to have Orienteering! It is a subtle yet important difference that will drastically impact your race turnout.

/ February 7, 2011

Jackson’s MTBO Ascension Continues

The untold story of this year’s World MTB Orienteering Championships is the continuing ascension of Adrian Jackson, Australia’s top MTBO athlete.

/ August 25, 2010

Time for Brownies

To expand the sport of Mountain Bike Orienteering, every race director should include beginner courses in each of their MTBO events.

/ April 21, 2010

New MTBO Competition Rules for 2010

The IOF Council has officially replaced the July 2008 version of the Competition Rules for IOF Mountain Bike Orienteering Events and approved new rules effective January 1st, 2010 -- Here's what changed.

/ February 11, 2010

Double Gold for Adrian Jackson (AUS)

Adrian Jackson (AUS) won double Gold Medals last week in both the Sprint and Long Distance events, making him the only athlete, and Australia the only country, to win two gold medals at the 2009 MTBO World Championships.

/ August 20, 2009

MTBO Worlds Tech Overview

To promote 2009 World Mountain Bike Orienteering Championships event organizers produced an Event Website, a YouTube Channel, and hinted towards the ability to track racers live via the web.

/ August 19, 2009