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Marke Jennings-Temple was out at Waitawa last weekend and put this preview together: With the last minute change of venue only Sam Lake and I turned up to check out the new trails being cut into the hilly landscape at … Continue reading
Auckland Mountain Bike and Downhill Clubs are excited to be able to offer a new event on the mountain bike calendar – the North Island Secondary Schools Mountain Bike Champs – to be held in the picturesque Hunua Ranges, 22 and 23 March, 2014.
Tad emerges from the Riverhead gorse
Don’t forget that we’re riding on Saturday at Barlow Road.
If you’ve ever wanted to check out the trails but don’t really know where to start, well now’s your chance.
All the details are on our ride schedule page. See you there!
The Sunday WCRC ride has been cancelled due to lack of interest. If you still want to ride on Sunday come and join us out at Waitawa for a ride and working bee on the brand new trails.
The inaugural Diamonds in the Rough tour is coming! For the first time ever, women have the chance to ride with and learn from the raddest female riders around the country. Rosara Joseph and Ash Burgess will tour around New Zealand stopping at six towns and spreading the love of riding. They’ll be joining forces with local women to conduct these ladies’ only riding days full of skills sessions, a group ride / shuttles, and beer and snacks. On Saturday 8 March Diamonds in the Rough will be in Auckland and will be joined by awesome local ladies, Jenna Makgill and Julia Stephens.
For more information and registration, check out www.diamondsintherough.co.nz.
Swing both ways? Cleanly shaven legs under those baggies? Then you might be interested in this
Just 2 hrs north of Auckland, the Parahaki Club are hosting two events in the coming weeks, in Whangarei.
We’ve just added some new social rides to the schedule.
- Riverhead Weekend – 1st/2nd March
- Great Barrier – Easter Weekend (April 17th-21st)
Check out the ride schedule page for all the details.
Forest users, we need your help: Scion is conducting a study on the recreational use of exotic planted forests. They developed an online questionnaire about your forest recreational activities (e.g. mountain biking, walking, jogging, dog walking). Your views will help design and value forests for recreation.
Please take a few minutes to fill in the questionnaire by following the link below:
The questionnaire will take around 15 minutes to complete. The survey closes on 29 January 2014.
Thank you for your help!
If you have any questions about the survey, please contact Dr Richard Yao (Research Economist, Scion) on 07 343 5747.