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Glenbrook/Knapsack LeTour

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When: 
Sunday, 21 November, 2010 - 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: 
Knapsack Reserve
Meeting Point: 

Meet at Glenbrook, corner of Park and Euroka Streets

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Cancelled - see you all some other time!

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Hard Sniggle

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lots of drainage slots over the road rather than under
makes for a very uneven surface in places

Noel's picture

Hornsby Shire Mountain Bike Alliance (HSMBA) Invites Trail Ideas

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The first HSMBA Newsletter has been sent to approximately 300 registered members. The Newsletter invites trail ideas AND requests all members to encourage another 1 or 2 friends to register with HSMBA. Please submit trail ideas by April 1st 2009 to info@hsmba.info. There are various ways you can provide your trail ideas..

Rob's picture

Between Golf Course and Creek

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Rob's picture

Meadows Single Track

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Surprisingly tricky sniggle. Lots of rocks and roots to catch you out.

Rob's picture

Thredbo Bridal Loop

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Far from being the dull ride it sounds, the Bridal Way loop at Thredbo is real nice as you can see.

St Helena

At a Glance

St Helena Gallery

A technical single trail that complements the Oaks in the Blue Mountains. This trail is either an out and back, about 8km each way. Or an out leg towards a cliff escarpment with an extremely technical descent that is hike-a-bike only (eg. you have to carry your bike down and out the other side), about 20km in total.

Rob's picture

Lockyers Sniggle

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Not much room for error - as Rob found out later... doh! Eye-wink

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