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http://www.switchbackevents.com.au/gravity-enduro/

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This looks sick.

i am pretty keen. I only have a 120 mm travel bike but I am keen to go.

According to the website low travel bikes are fine as there is A and B lines.

This is where they have held a handgliding championship!

We should form a northen beach posse to convoy there.

Cheers

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Woodford to Glenbrook Classic 2014: 25 km Blue Mountains

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Join the CareFlight Woodford to Glenbrook Classic 2014 and run or ride the Oaks Fire Trail through the beautiful Blue Mountains National Park from the town of Woodford down to the Euroka Clearing near Glenbrook.

Covering 25km of undulating bushland, the trail is incredibly scenic and a must for keen mountain bikers and trail runners. Participants are supported the full length of the track by Rural Fire Service crews stationed along the way, providing First Aid and drinks. A CareFlight doctor and St John Ambulance volunteers will also be in support.

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Mountain Bike Park Feasibility Survey

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The purpose of this survey is to determine the sustainability of a not-for-profit, fully facilitated Mountain Bike Park operated in southern NSW.
The initial plan for the mountain bike park would consist of single track and cross country loops to maintained downhill runs and free ride terrain. Flowing machine made and technical runs, accommodating from beginner to expert abilities. An all day shuttle/lift service will be provided for riders back to the top of runs for continuous gravity fed riding.
The park would allow for weekend camp stay and provide shower and toilet amenities.

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Underground 2

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Secret location, invitation only, $1000 winner takes all.

Knapsack Reserve

At a Glance

Status: Unknown
Double Track:
7 for 2.2km (12%)
Firetrail:
8 for 4.3km (23%)
Mixed:
2 for 2km (10%)
Single Track - Enclosed:
29 for 7.1km (37%)
Other:
1 for 1.7km (9%)
Hike-a-bike:
4 for 1.8km (9%)

Knapsack Reserve Gallery

A variety of tracks with a mix of firetrail and technical single track. Currently a bit of a maze which allows for creating your own loop.

Also includes a legal DH Track.

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Old firetrail

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Some of the old firetrail at Knapsack Reserve.

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The Chute

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Descent down to the Knapsack creek, next to the old sewage works.

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The Creek Track

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The creek track, looking up from the small cave. Where someone once lived by the looks of it.

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Eroded single track

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Some typical single track at Knapsack Reserve.

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Leatt on board for State DH Champs

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Leatt have just come on board as our first Gold level sponsor for the 2010 State DH championships, donating over $1300 worth of Leatt gear towards our prize pool.

Hoping to hear back for some more sponsors shortly, including naming sponsors, so we can open up entries by the end of the month.

In other news. Announcements for the grant funding we applied for to construct the new DH trail has been delayed again so we are now looking at late July before we find out whether we have been successful.

Best Mountain Bike