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OMC Winter Series Round 3

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When: 
Sunday, 10 July, 2016 - 12:00

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

Ride Database Entry: 
Kinross State Forest
Meeting Point: 

The city of Orange is around 4 hrs from Sydney and 3 hrs from Canberra. Kinross State Forest is situated on the northeast edge of town, a 10 minute drive or 20 minute ride from the Orange town centre.

Meet at the Bulgas Road carpark, Western edge of the forest.

Drive out from Orange on the Ophir Rd, before you reach the rubbish tip, turn right onto Bulgas Rd. Follow this about 2km to the forest (the road turns to gravel).

Note that the 'Directions there' google maps link below may not give the best route/destination. It seems that google maps ignores Bulgas Rd when selecting a route and gives the next closest spot. The 'Meeting point' link should be correct.

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Race 3 of 3 in the Orange Mountain Bike Club Winter Series. The race will be preceded by a free skills session where you'll be given bike handling advise and some hot tips for the track. Riders of all all ages and skill levels are welcome.

12pm Skills Training
2pm Race

Categories: -
-Juniors (under 13)
-Teen (13-16)
-Open Male
-Open Female

Format:
-Juniors 45min,
-Teen, Open Male, Open Female 1hr

Fee:
-Juniors & Teen $5
-Female & Male Open $10
-Family $20 max

Jack Rahilly's picture

OMC Winter Series Round 2

NB: Originally posted elsewhere on the Global Riders Network and appears via syndication.
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When: 
Sunday, 5 June, 2016 - 12:00

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

Ride Database Entry: 
Lake Canobolas Mountain Bike Park
Meeting Point: 

Front gate. Lake Canobolas Road. Opposite the entrance to Lake Canobolas.

Please DO NOT park on the side of the road here, if the gate is shut then park at the Lake and walk/ride across.

No Pets.

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Race 2 of 3 in the Orange Mountain Bike Club Winter Series. The race will be preceded by a free skills session where you'll be given bike handling advise and some hot tips for the track. Riders of all all ages and skill levels are welcome.

12pm Skills Training
2pm Race

Categories: -
-Juniors (under 13)
-Teen (13-16)
-Open Male
-Open Female

Format:
-Juniors 45min,
-Teen, Open Male, Open Female 1hr

Fee:
-Juniors & Teen $5
-Female & Male Open $10
-Family $20 max

Jack Rahilly's picture

OMC Winter Series Round 1

NB: Originally posted elsewhere on the Global Riders Network and appears via syndication.
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When: 
Sunday, 15 May, 2016 - 12:00

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

Ride Database Entry: 
Kinross State Forest
Meeting Point: 

The city of Orange is around 4 hrs from Sydney and 3 hrs from Canberra. Kinross State Forest is situated on the northeast edge of town, a 10 minute drive or 20 minute ride from the Orange town centre.

Meet at the Bulgas Road carpark, Western edge of the forest.

Drive out from Orange on the Ophir Rd, before you reach the rubbish tip, turn right onto Bulgas Rd. Follow this about 2km to the forest (the road turns to gravel).

Note that the 'Directions there' google maps link below may not give the best route/destination. It seems that google maps ignores Bulgas Rd when selecting a route and gives the next closest spot. The 'Meeting point' link should be correct.

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

Race 1 of 3 in the Orange Mountain Bike Club Winter Series. The race will be preceded by a free skills session where you'll be given bike handling advise and some hot tips for the track. Riders of all all ages and skill levels are welcome.

12pm Skills Training
2pm Race

Categories: -
-Juniors (under 13)
-Teen (13-16)
-Open Male
-Open Female

Format:
-Juniors 45min,
-Teen, Open Male, Open Female 1hr

Fee:
-Juniors & Teen $5
-Female & Male Open $10
-Family $20 max

CB's picture

Races for kids?

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Hey guys

Are their any clubs out there who run races for kids ?

I need to find some races for my 9yo to do. HE done the 20km race at the Husky100 at the weekend and was going really well in the lead group until the sign vandal got him seriously off course and had to wait for mum to catch up....

Pyrate's picture

What is best first race to aim for?

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Greetings,

New to the sport but rapidly becoming addicted to the point that, even though it's only very early days, I am keen to participate in an event in the foreseeable future.

My goal would only be to complete not compete, then working up distances over time.

I would welcome any advice or opinions on what events might be most suitable for a novice such as myself.

Thanks!

Al_King's picture

Keen to race

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Hi All,
New to Sydney, have done lot's of MTB riding a in VIC and loving the local trails. Keen to get involved in some XC racing, any advice on events to start with that may be coming up? Nothing to epic to start with please!
Thanks
Al_King

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Endurance Info

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I am currently training for my first solo 8 hour in November. I've been searching the net for a few months now trying to get some 'tips' for endurance events, but I'm not finding a lot of info. A small 3-part series by Mark Fenner has been handy for training.

Anyone know of any good mtb specific websites or books? 'Ed Rides Bikes' is a great read, but not a whole lot of inside knowledge.

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Kanangra Classic

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When: 
Sunday, 21 October, 2012 - 07:00

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

Ride Database Entry: 
Kanangra-Boyd National Park
Meeting Point: 

Carpark by Kanangra Walls. About 60Km South of Jenolan on dirt road.

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The Kanangra Classic is a great weekend of Mountain Biking held in the beautiful Kanangra Boyd National Park. The rides on offer are:
24km prologue on Saturday 20th October
50km race on Sunday 21st October
100km Race on Sunday 21st October.

Located just 146km west of Penrith and approx 30 minutes from the Oberon township the Kanangra Boyd National Park is an iconic part of the greater Blue Mountains.

jp's picture

Capital Punishment Results

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Hope everyone enjoyed the race and achieved their goals. Any news on when the results will be up?

Fi's picture

SRAM Singletrack Mind Series Round 5

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When: 
Sunday, 28 October, 2012 (All day)

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

Ride Database Entry: 
Rydal
Meeting Point: 

The main rd in has been dusty as all get up so in an effort to keep on the good side of the locals it might be best to come in via the showground.

From the highway come into Rydal, cross the train tracks and take a left before the Pub (Showground signposted.)

Go around the top side of the show ground and follow the road around to the left. This will take you around towards the top side of the cemetery. from there a couple of cross rd will bring you back tot he bicentennial trail and thus the car park

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The SRAM Singletrack Mind Series features six mountain bike endurance events, of 7 or 8 hours duration. They will take you to six different locations in NSW and ACT, each one renowned for its flowing singletrack and fun factor.

The new course at Rydal was a great hit with competitors last year, with its serpentine singletrack and fantastic event centre at Rydal Showground. The great crew from Central Tablelands MTB Club and the Rydal community are looking forward to welcoming us back in 2012.

See http://www.chocolatefoot.com.au/singletrack-mind... for all the info.

Best Mountain Bike