Event organiser Tim Gregory, of Berridale, said the event, held at Mount Gladstone over Saturday and Sunday went amazingly well.
"We had a crowd of about 100 there on Saturday [for the coaching session]. On Saturday [the professional racing] there was about 400 in the crowd throughout the day."
"There was some really great racing. And the riders loved the road."
Mr Gregory said riders averaged about 55 kilometres an hour on the track and got up to speeds of 85-90 kilometres an hour in steeper sections.
The main event was won by Mark Anderson from Bathurst, second was Phil Champion of Sydney and third was Julio Slaney from Melbourne.
The gravity bike race was won by Brett Phillips of Melbourne, second was Clive Remmer from Townsville and third was local Berridale competitor Maurice King.
Berridale's Declan Gregory took out the junior street luge race, with his brother Timothy in second.
The classic luge was won by David Anderson and in second was Dave Cameron from Sydney.
Mr Gregory thanked the community, sponsors and track crew for their support in helping get the event up and running, especially, Jeanette King, David King, Keith King for their excellent effort.
Organisers are hoping to hold another street luge event at Mount Gladstone early next year.
:extract from cooma-monaro Express