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47 Trails

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There's 47 trails in "Hidden Valley"...only one of them's a bike trail.

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"Hidden Valley Classic" at Coolah

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"Hidden Valley Classic" at Coolah

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Wind it up down the Goat Track & plough headfirst into a wombat hole...scare the hell out of yourself, as well as the wombats. Maybe you'd prefer a leisurely cruise down Kangaroo Boulevard...whatever your style, with 90% of exhilarating singletrack you'll have an unforgettable ride.
Entries open 24th May, numbers strictly limited...don't miss out.
http://www.facebook.com/pages/Coolah-Bikeworx/31...

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Looking for downhill riders

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Hi all pretty new to sydney going to be racing the state downhill series and any club events that i can make just wondering if there any downhillers out there that i can hitch up for a ride show us around a bit

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Place to go for a four day mtb trip?

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Hi all.

We are planning to go for a three or four day mtb-trip in a couple of weeks.

As we are exchange students from norway, currently living in Sydney, we do not know very much about places to go for mountain bike riding here.

We are therefor surching for tips on places to go and trail to ride here! Any tip is very much welcome!

We are planning to brink a small pack with tent, so a long circuit trail/route is fine.

I.ex is the snowy mountains a good place to start?

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"Hidden Valley Classic"

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Trail Hunting III - Trailer

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I'm just about to move house so it could be a few weeks before i can do a full edit so threw this together in the meantime.


http://youtu.be/OpMnVPQ8qaY

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Willlo Endurance Race 2013

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Just a reminder that the James Williamson Endurance race will be held on Sunday March 10th. Hope to see a good number of riders there!

http://jameswilliamson.com.au/enduro/

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SRAM x9 rear derailleur good replacement for sx5???

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Hi All,

Just getting into MTB after long absence.
Sons bike(casual rider) has sx5 rear derailleur which around the lower pulley is worn and bent. Over due for replacement.
After some research was considering the X9 as only a few more $$ than x5.
actuation same 1:1
thumb operated shifters are X7
8 speed cassette
3 speed crank
no experience with SRAM but happy to stick with it for now?

So X9 and maybe medium cage for better shifting or are other/better alternatives available?Note: family guy - like quality but low budget
Your opinions would be helpful

thanks
Dave

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Bike suggestion

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I am trying to get my husband into riding. I have a road and MTB and thinking of getting something that might suit both road and off road.
The trails we would do will be no harder than say Terrey Hills (Perimeter and Long). The purpose is for fitness.
Not wanting to spend a great deal either, say around $800.00. Any suggestions of a bike that may be suitable for both without breaking the bank? (My MTB is an Avanti 29inch hardtail, so I think a 29 inch also would be best).

[Mod. moved to MTB gear... you can ride any bike on road, but not necessarily off]

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