Matt_B's picture

By Matt_B - Posted on 05 February 2010

Whats the likelihood of Ourimbah being in a rideable state tomorrow

Any locals update on how much rain has fallen, trail status etc?

Aaron's picture

I was about to ask the same question myself, i am heading there tomorrow if the trail is in rideable condition. Was always wondering about Manly Dam, in case Ourimbah doesn't happen

Bikes's picture

Last Sunday it was in a disastrous state! I wouldn't be surprised if it's still out of action given that a fair bit of rain has fallen since then.

bluray's picture

I haven't ridden all week due to the amount of rain we've had.I work & live 10 mins from the track was thinking about going this afternoon until we got a massive downpour which caused flash flooding in the area.I'd say give it a miss @ least until sunday & thats if it doesn't rain anymore.

BT's picture

I think the majority of Sydney and its surrounds will be no good this weekend. Sad

There's a big low moving in.

bluray's picture

40mls of rain @ tuggerah between 2-3pm today i suspect the trails will be WET.

Matt_B's picture

thanks all

Was thinking as much, so Saturday with the kids it is

Little-Ditty's picture

My Mum, from Scotland, said that if you didn't do your activities in the rain, then you wouldn't do them at all. But she didn't have to replace brake pads after 1 hour of riding either.

Matt_B's picture

weren't v-brakes so revolutionary

Bikes's picture

I went through both pairs to the metal up there last Sunday within the first half lap.

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