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BMORC Winmalee get together

NB: Originally posted elsewhere on the Global Riders Network and appears via syndication.
Saturday, 31 August, 2013 - 09:00

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

Ride Database Entry: 
Meeting Point: 

End of White Cross Rd, Winmalee, NSW. There's a small parking area here but it's a standard suburban street so overflow isn't a problem.

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

Ian and I are heading around the Winmalee loop on Sat. morning. Bees nest and Grose point are on the agenda. Will adjust speed of ride to whoever shows up. I'm still recovering from a broken wrist so I can't push too hard.
32 degrees for Saturday, so an early morning ride is preferable.

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NB: Originally posted elsewhere on the Global Riders Network and appears via syndication.

Saw this out on the street this morning and picked it up this arvo....could be a contender for the BMORC Basher!

HOPPER (Made in NZ) - Rock hopper - Rigid haroken.
Shimano 21spd. Altus C10 Shifters/Mechs. Rear Shifter not working.
Cantilever Brakes - work well.
Rear brake Tektro blue ano.
Kenda Nylon 2.1 Tyres (no wear) - flat but not punctured.
Dotek Cranks tripple ring.
Quick Release alloy wheels.
Huffy bike lock no key. Standard cable cutters took care of that.
Saddle and Grips are very hard plastic.
Not for Sale. Eye-wink

Knapsack Reserve

At a Glance

Status: Unknown
Double Track:
7 for 2.2km (12%)
8 for 4.3km (23%)
2 for 2km (10%)
Single Track - Enclosed:
29 for 7.1km (37%)
1 for 1.7km (9%)
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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Blue Mountains riders need your help

NB: Originally posted elsewhere on the Global Riders Network and appears via syndication.

Here's news just (well, it's been there a week, but I've been slow) in of a new trail advocacy groups getting started up in the Blue Mountains. One of the founders has described it thus:

The Blue Mountains Off Road Cyclists BMORC has been setup up to be a resource for riders in the mountains. Its aim is to bring together the large number of riders in the area into a more unified community that will improve the social nature of riding and the better sharing of information. Further it will try to become a common voice representing riders to work with council to try and improve the resources for sustainable riding trails in the area.

It's early days as they are just getting started, but at the very least please take a look and if you enjoy riding on the trails up there please give them a hand and show support. There is a 'Register your support' forum here:

P.S. (like NoBMoB, CTMBC and a few others) is part of the Global Riders Network - logins are shared on these sites.

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