Every time you complete a Munga Grit in the time period, you receive a commission. Starting with a Lance-Corporal, or one stripe, when you complete your second Grit you get promoted to a full Corporal, or two stripes. The next one is a Sergeant, or three stripes, and so on, and so on. Each Munga Grit recruit who crosses the finish line in the allocated time will receive his or her corresponding stripe to wear with pride. The Munga Grit stripes are a right of passage to be worn proudly by those who have earned them and been promoted. But they are also an incentive to stay in the fight against the ordinary.
The fact that there are ten levels of rank implies more than one Munga Grit event. Yup. That's right. The intention is to roll out similar format Munga Grit races around the country where recruits can enter multiple campaigns (races) in a year and be promoted through the ranks. Actual rewards will be revealed over the course of the next year or so, so watch this space.
All recruits that have already completed a Munga MTB race in the allocated time period, can apply in writing to the Munga Grit High command for a retrograde promotion.