Waitawa MTB Working Bee – Sunday Feb 14th Our man on the ground at Waitawa Regional Park is the ever present Gabb. Having been involved in a lot of the process of trail design/build on this new Regional Park, Gabb … Continue reading
Join our very own Gabb as he discusses Kauri Dieback, clean bikes and the club’s contribution to the trail network at Hunua.
Hunua Single Track Love And Maintenance session. The trail network has taken a bit of a beating in the past few weeks (note: the River Trail is currently closed due to erosion under a bridge). Working bee this Saturday to … Continue reading
Ever wonder what we get up to on the Auckland MTB Club working bees?? Building sweet trails!!! This pump track was just 3 days work, a joint effort between Auckland Council and the Auckland MTB Club. Needs a bit more … Continue reading
Come earn some trail karma. The 2015 working bee dates have been confirmed for 2015, lock them in your calendar. This year we have some new trail builds and a pump track coming to the park. As always we welcome … Continue reading
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We made a good start on the pump track at Kophai Reserve in Titirangi last weekend. Despite the dismal weather forecast, seven blokes, three kids and two dogs showed up and got stuck into shifting and shaping dirt. The initial … Continue reading
We’ll be out at Hunua this Sunday (14th September) for the first working bee of spring. Come along and help us break through with the new trail (working title Coronation St, apparently the name of the old workers houses situated there … Continue reading
All the details over on our trail building page. We have two new trails planned and approved. Come along and be a part of making them a reality!
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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
It is less than 2 weeks until the official opening of Waitawa Regional Park, Auckland’s newest Regional Park that was purchased with recreation in mind. And one of those recreational activities is MTB! Club stalwart Gabb has been busy working with … Continue reading