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We had a superb turnout of volunteers (nineteen!) at the second of our ‘spring maintenance’ Arch Hill Working Bees – some coming from as far as Tutakaka and Germany!! John Park and his son Luka came down from Tutakaka and … Continue reading
Have you ridden at Hunua recently? If not, check out this new promo video for the trails in the Valley. Check out our Hunua Page for more details. Thanks to Matt Neary from AUT, he made for Auckland Council to … Continue reading
We’re FINALLY installing the new signage at Hunua, making it easier for riders to navigate around the fantastic trails. Thanks to Wayne and Scotty at Auckland Council for organising. Usual story, meet at 8:30am for a ride, then 10am to … Continue reading
This Sunday is the last Hunua Trail Day for the year and hopefully you have it in your calendar as its gonna be a doozy! There are plans to officially open the new section of trail we have spent the … Continue reading
As part of Auckland Council’s commitment to improving MTB facilities in the regional parks, they are about to start work on a track network at Atiu Creek. To kick this off they’re holding a site meeting this Sunday (17th July). … Continue reading
Nice video from this weekend’s dig, put together by the legendary Elvis Zaskarelli…
Evening all, We’ve received notice from Auckland Council that logging trucks will be using Moumoukai Rd periodically over the next 12 months and all riders and drivers in the area are advised to take extreme caution when travelling to the … Continue reading
So here we are, a quarter of the way through the year already with hints of winter reminding us it’s time to stock up on firewood and dig the big duvet out of the linen cupboard. Another fantastic way to … Continue reading
Check out this sweet little video showcasing Riverhead’s awesome pump track.
We’ve just published the dates for this year’s working bees at Hunua. The first is on March 5th. Come along and help Kris and his merry band of diggers craft some new trails! More details on our Hunua Working Bee … Continue reading