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Guided tours

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Red Trail

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Trailshare suspension bridge

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Jump Line

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Should we MTB of NSW be concerned with the degrading of our State Forests

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I have been MTB riding in the Mid Coast region over 20 years which is by international standards highly valued for its rich biodiversity. Sadly with Corporate demands and short falls in quota promises, our Forest and its Fawna have paid the cost dearly. This broad clearing dries the future forest out it becomes more flamable these trees also do not precipitate moisture like their predecessors. The justification has always been jobs and revenue but in an ABC news article 2 years ago it showed that the industry runs at a loss and forestry axed one third of its workers, in response.

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Tolurosa and Pegasus Loop Map

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Pearl Beach to Umina Headland track

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A critical section of what should be a marvellous bike path entry point from Umina to the fire trails south from Pearl Beach.

We are making comments to Council as part of their Bike Plan review.

Reasons for inaction include dangerous rocks but there was a road there from 1927 to 1954. The sewer line runs along the track alignment. No difference in engineering challenge than the Manly to Fairy Bower promenade.

There would need to be rock protection but the Austrians have the technology for avalanche and rock protection for roads.

Rock bolting is also an option.

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Mogo State Forest update for 31 Jan

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Status: 
Green/Open

The Loopy track is getting a bit overgrown but appart from that the track is still good. Loose underneath. Heavy rain 2 weeks ago made it very muddy but recent hot spell has resolved that. Track being eaten by local mototcross riders Sad
Glad it's there and wish Eurobodallashire council would recognise it's value.

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Awaba State Forest update for 01 Nov

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Status: 
Green/Open

Bone dry with heaps of sticks and leaves

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Singleton MTB track update for 25 Oct

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Green/Open

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