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Building your Future Front Page
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The Tasmanian Government have released their next 365 priority deliverables and, although thin on the ground, mountain biking and cycling do get mentions with the commencement of stage 2 of the Dial Range project, an extension of the Strahan Cycleway to Ocean Beach and better funding for Ride2School and cycle safety initiatives included.

Wellington Park Draft Share Track Sign
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The Wellington Park Management Trust has finalised the Wellington Park Track Users Code.

Wild Mersey.  Source: Wild Mersey Mountain Bike Network Facebook page
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The Wild Mersey Mountain Bike project will receive $800,000 from the Commonwealth Government’s Regional Jobs and Investment Packages program.

Snug to Margate Trails (base map from TheList)
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News continues to trickle out on the Cycle Tourism Fund grants, with the Kingborough Chronicle reporting that Kingborough Council received $174,849 from the Tasmanian Government's $6m Cycle Tourism Fund to complete the Snug to Margate Cycleway.
Tasmanian Cycle Tourism Strategy
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Ten new projects have been approved for funding under the Tasmaniian Cycle Tourism Strategy's $6m cycle tourism fund.

Draft Management Staement 2017 - Meehan Range
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Public comment is being sought on the Draft Meehan Range Nature Recreation Area (Redgate Section) Management Statement 2017 by 8 January 2018.

Tasmanian Visitor Cycling Activity to September 2017
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The proportion of visitors to Tasmania undertaking some form of mountain biking activity has remained fairly flat at 21,115 visitors, or 1.6% of total visitors,  for the October 2016 to September 2017 period.

Source: Cradle Coast Mountain Bike Club Facebook Page
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A plan to upgrade the Penguin Mountain Bike Park has secured the backing of Central Coast Council.

Launceston Trail Signange
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Launceston Mountain Bike Club has provided the following useful summary of updates about what's happening with the trails in and around Launceston in their September 2017 Newsletter.

CyclistSafetySigns
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New passing laws in Tasmania mean motorists must be at least one metre from a cyclist when passing on roads with a speed limit of up to 60 km/h, and one-and-a-half metres on roads over 60 km/h.

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