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Warthog's picture

Gotta get down to Bright

Not sure if you guys have seen the write up on Bright.

If anyone is interested in accommodation for a boys or family trip (lots to do for the wives and kids) give me a shout.


Wallaroo Gallery

Loads of fire trails, some challenging climbs, hidden motorbike single track, heaps to explore

Cripple Creek

At a Glance

Status: Unknown
16 for 16km (99%)
Single Track - Enclosed:
1 for 0.1km (1%)

Cripple Creek Gallery

A network of fire trails that spans from Blaxland to Yellow Rock. Great for a short rides. Best for linking the Lower Blue Mountains to create some epic rides.

Bikeboy's picture

Adelaide Trails

Hi All ,

Has anybody got any Must do trails to ride in Adelaide as i am here for work and have found someone who hires out reasonable Hardtails .
Not so much interested in techy stuff , Eagle mtb park ??, but where else is a good flowy well marked trail to ride

Any help appreciated


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Snowies MTB Festival

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Saturday, 21 February, 2015 (All day)

The meeting times are 'ready to ride'. If you need time to prepare equipment then please arrive a few minutes earlier.

Meeting Point: 

Lake Crackenback Resort & Spa

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The Snowies Mountain Bike Festival brings you some of the very best riding found anywhere in Australia. Based in the heart of Australia's iconic Snowy Mountains, riders will be challenged with 4 diverse stages that will test speed, endurance, stamina and technical skills.

Stage 1: The Time Trial (5.5km)
Stage 2: The Summit Smash (21.5km)
Stage 3: The Descender (24km)
Stage 4: The Marathon (75km)

Tackle all 4 stages as a solo or as a team of 2 or 3, OR choose to do the 75k marathon or 30k XC only in this 'not to be missed' Mountain Bike Experience.

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Advice for new XC forks

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I am new to the site, new to Perth in fact and have just decided to get back into some mountain biking after being out of it for a year or so. I have just put a Giant Talon 4 on lay away. Unfortunately these only come with some Santour XCT forks and I am hoping to get myself some new ones to put on when I pick up my bike in the next few weeks!

Dungog Common

At a Glance

Status: Unknown
1 for 0.4km (4%)
1 for 0.9km (8%)
Single Track - Enclosed:
8 for 6.8km (62%)
Single Track - Exposed:
3 for 3km (27%)

Dungog Common Gallery

Dungog Common is a MTB area next to the township of Dungog that comprises 650 acres and currently about 30 Km of MTB single track mostly blue and some black. I would call it a hard XC track or AM track. Ideal for Gravity Enduro.
We are working on new tracks and extensions all the time and you can expect another 10 Km within the next couple of months.

Volker's picture

In Orange 17-19 of January

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Hi All,

I'll be in Orange for a long weekend from the 17-19 of January. Sounds like there is some great XC riding around Orange and I should bring my bike along.

Anybody local up for some rides Friday, Saturday and/ or Sunday morning? I can try to find my way around with GPS, but I guess it would be much nicer (and saver) with somebody local to show me the trails.

Please let me know.


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Menai / Lucas Heights - Its getting close to opening again!!

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Just a note to say that Menai is very close to becoming open again!!! There was a ride day yesterday for the volunteers who have been doing the trail building (upto around 9kms at the moment) of nearly all new trails.

There is more information available on their facebook page: and for anyone who has ridden there previously, its looking good. It has similar feel to how it was originally but with better trail construction.

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1st place BMORC, Welby 7hr

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Round 4 of the SRAM Singletrack mind series was held at Welby in the Southern Highlands.

Having raced at Welby last year, I knew what I was in for; not huge amounts of climbing but technical pinchy climbs that really sap the legs. Getting flow and holding momentum is really hard at Welby. In saying that, it is a really fun track to ride around - perfect place for a social ride to take on your mates.

On Saturday afternoon Craig and myself headed out for a couple of recce laps. The course was dry, dusty and loose. It was fun to ride around but would prove to be a tough racetrack.

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