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Heading back to the car from the Dam we turned left just before this cause way to take an alternate route towards Wellesley Road/Trail which we had parked our car near the gate on Woodford Ave.
Coming down Winbourne Rd Trail, there was some uphill climbs, but was mostly downhill runs with plenty of speed humps. I enjoyed this ride so much. Just the one fallen tree upset a great ride (only a little bit)
One again our Tuesday Night group headed down the Mountains and met up with the locals for a bit of fun on secret trails.
between us myself and Todd managed to confuse everyone with the timing of the ride but we all got there in the end.
One this one we had
Me. GT of congealed soot wrapped in tuppaware
Meggs: Imitation Santa Cru.... I mean Intense
Dan: Trashy Ellsworth stuck in a moment
Mike: Gt Ht
Richy: Heavy Specialised hard tail that pretends to be a dually
Harold: Specialised huck bike
Todd: Specialised hard tail that pretends to be a dually
I'm in the blue mountains this weekend and wondering if:
(a) anyone is keen for a ride on sat morning around 0830 start?
(b) any advice on where to go for a fun technical ride with a few hills etc. Around 2-4 hour ride?
Any info is appreciated at this very late notice.
You can drop me a line at firstname.lastname@example.org
At a Glance
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.