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Trail Works to Commence!

By Michelle Davidson | July 5, 2021

Well, to say that the last 18 months has been a roller coaster would be an understatement, and I hope that you’ve all managed to come through it relatively unscathed in all aspects of life. As far as club stuff has been concerned, it’s been pretty hard to organise much given the in and out … Read more

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If you’d love to see the Warburton Trails go ahead, please take a few minutes to complete an online submission. Watch this quick video produced by LystyMtb for how to do it. ... See MoreSee Less
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Quick bit of maintenance tonight with a few of the locals.Keep your eye out for any upcoming trail days, covid permitting of course.And if you spot any trees down while you're out and about take a screen shot of your location on trailforks and flick the pic to the club. ... See MoreSee Less
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Carl Sutton
How are the trails looking after the rain we’ve had this week?Was planning to ride Yaugher trails tomorrow. ... See MoreSee Less
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2 months ago

Chris Austin
How are the trails holding up in Forrest with the wet spring? Planning a trip down next week. Any update appreciated! ... See MoreSee Less
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🟢Green light for new skills park at Forrest’s Southern Trailhead🚴‍♀️Council welcomes the Victorian Government announcement of the appointment of Velosolutions Australia as contractor to design and construct a new skills park at Forrest’s Southern Trailhead, as part of Stage One of the Forrest Mountain Bike Revitalisation Project.“The skills park was part of the Forrest community’s vision for this site and we have worked closely with the community, including the Forrest Mountain Bike & Cycling Club, as well as Forest Fire Management Victoria, Barwon Water and Parks Victoria for the past decade to see this project come to fruition,” said Colac Otway Shire Council Mayor, Cr Kate Hanson. “We’re thrilled to see this work begin and acknowledge the collaborative communication between the community and agency partners that has made it possible.”The new skills park will feature three main components:• An asphalt pump track• Two jump lines• A set of three skill linesThe skills park will be located within the Forrest Trailhead precinct that is a gateway to the southern system of the town’s mountain bike trail network.Forest Fire Management Victoria and Colac Otway Shire Council are delivering Stage One works throughout 2022 with funding of $250,000 from Colac Otway Shire Council and $2.07 million from the Victorian Government through DELWP BarwonSouthWest and Regional Development Victoria. #forrest #colacotwayshire #mountainbiking ... See MoreSee Less
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