Cycling

Old Man’s Valley Bike Festival 2014

December 15, 2014
Thrills, spills and cycling skills were on display at the Old Man’s Valley cycling festival on Saturday. Competitors in their hundreds and spectators to match attended the festival, the first event of this kind at […]
Cycling

Old Man’s Valley Bike Festival

November 28, 2014
Bikers from far and wide will soon converge on Hornsby’s Mountain Bike Trail for the inaugural Old Man’s Valley Bike Festival, set to take place on Saturday 13 December. The day of fast-paced action is […]
Cycling

Hornsby Mountain Bike Trail

November 26, 2014
Off Quarry road, in the heart of Old Hornsby, lies a network of some of the most flowing, technical MTB riding in Sydney called Hornsby Mountain Bike Trail. Often-times confusing to follow, the signs and […]
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Jubes Mountain Bike Park

November 20, 2014
“Jubes” Mountain Bike Park is a well-known skill development track for young and/or beginner mountain bike riders. The Ku-Ring-Gai council have provided a well-kept expanse of mountain bike terrain, running down into the picturesque National […]
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A great mountain bike trail

June 9, 2014
[usrlist “Length:3” “Grade:2” “Difficulty:3”] If you’re looking for an easy trail near St Ives, then the Cooyong/Neverfail Trail is a great one to cycle. We’ve always simply known the route as “the Powerline Trail” as […]
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An Easy Bike Ride

May 29, 2014
[usrlist “Length:2” “Grade:2” “Difficulty:1”] The North Shore and specifically Ku-Ring-Gai is peak mountain bike terrain. The interspersed bush land of the suburbs makes for not only good, diverse riding, but also scenic trips. All skill […]
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Bicycles for humanity – a great initiative

March 29, 2014
When you come across a rusty container at the back of a park, it’s not usually a good sign. This time however, it was. Bicycles for Humanity is a great initiative where old bikes that […]
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