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Downhill sniggle - part 2

A fast blast through the trees over various humps and bumps - it links together to form a rollercoaster of trail - some of the best sniggle at Mt Annan.

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Another creek crossing

Overlooking a creek crossing from a bluff, this steep downhill picks up speed quickly, then crosses a rock covered creek into a rock garden climb.

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The bridge creek crossing

A sweeping left bend over a bridge, with another to soon follow out of shot to the left.

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The mis-shapen gap jump

The photo makes it look smaller than it actually is, but this is a gap jump that needs some work to make the kick comfortable for XC machines. You can roll over the entire jump making it safe navigating.

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The Playground - continued

Some more techy sections... a couple of rocky roll-offs leading into a hairpin bend.

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The Playground

A chain of technical challenges: two log jump/roll-offs, leading into a large berm, then 4 consecutive rock gardens. A challenge for those that want it!

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Downhill sniggle - part 1

A downhill section of single track, it is fairly steep, look out for the tree!

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Glenbrook/Knapsack LeTour

NB: Originally posted elsewhere on the Global Riders Network and appears via syndication.
Sunday, 21 November, 2010 - 09:00

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

Ride Database Entry: 
Knapsack Reserve
Meeting Point: 

Meet at Glenbrook, corner of Park and Euroka Streets

Show on Google maps: Meeting point. Login or register to get directions.

Cancelled - see you all some other time!

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Kiwarrak Goodness

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Just had an awesome session with a bunch of blokes from Taree this moring riding the trails around Kiwarrak.

Best fun I've had for a very long time. There's something like 30km of singletrack hidden in there, maintained by some very active trail fairies. Bridges, berms, see-saws, ramps and jumps, All-mountain, downhill, dirtjump, XC loops, it's all there. Apparently for the Easter weekend they had a few hours spare so they walked around with a petrol blower blowing the dust and leaf litter off the trail!

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Glenrock loop suggestions?

I'm hoping to take my wife up to Glenrock for a cruisy explore on Sunday morning and was just wondering if anyone with experience has a loop that they would like to recommend to me? Are there any arrows or signposts there?
I've downloaded all of the NobMob maps to my Edge 705 and would like to piece a bit of a ride together before we head off.... I think I would be more popular if I know where I'm going.

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