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Mountain Biking in Tasmania
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Tassie's Top 10 MTB Rides
The Meehan Ranges on the outskirts of Hobart contains a complex network of tracks...
Maria Island makes for a great overnight cycling trip, allowing you a chance to...
Maydena Bike Park
Maydena Bike Park is a privately operated gravity-focused mountain bike park under development in...
Trevallyn Nature Recreation Area
Hidden away in the hills above Launceston, The Trevallyn Nature Recreation Area now has...
Blue Derby Trails
The Blue Derby trails currently consist of 40+ kms of custom built single track with...
If you're heading over to the West Coast, then this would have to be...
North South Track (Mt Wellington)
The North-South Track is some of Hobart's best riding, and if you're only able...
This route follows a coastal trail (Climies Track) from Granville Harbour to Trial Harbour,...
Penguin MTB Park
This MTB park was built by the Cradle Coast Mountain Bike Club who have...
Hollybank Reserve (Juggernaut)
With 20kms of dedicated mountain bike trails, plus a skills area featuring Australia's biggest pump...
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2017-18 Giant Tas Gravity Enduro Series - Round 4 (Blue Derby)
25 March, 2018
The 2017-018 Tas Gravity Enduro Series will be made up of four events, with...
LMBC King and Queen of the Mountain (Ben Lomond)
8 April, 2018
Launceston Mountain Bike Club's annual King and Queen of the Mountain is a 21km...
Dirt Devils 2017-18 Downhill Series - Round 5
14-15 April, 2018
The 2017-18 dates for the Dirt Devils Downhill Mountain bike series have been announced....
Dirt Devils 2017-18 XC Series #6 - Glenorchy MTB Park
Sunday 15 April, 2018
The sixth and final event in the Hobart Wheelers / Dirt Devils MTB 2017-18...
Gravity Fest Maydena
26-29 April, 2018
The Gravity Fest Maydena is billed as four epic days of events at Australia's...
Tasmanian All Schools MTB Championship - Glenorchy
11 May, 2018
Tasmanian All Schools MTB Championship 2018 will be held at Glenorchy on May 11,...
Pickles Hill MTB Enduro
To Be Confirmed
The Pickles Hills MTB Enduro near Colebrook was extended to a 20km loop for...
4Shaw 2018 Hellfire Cup
1-4 November, 2018
The 4Shaw Hellfire Cup is a 4 day annual team mountain biking event with...
Tassie Trail News
Wild Mersey Project gets another boost
The Wild Mersey Mountain Bike project will receive $800,000 from the Commonwealth Government’s Regional Jobs and Investment Packages program.
Snug to Margate Cycleway Funding
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...
Tasmanian Cycle Tourism Fund Grants
Ten new projects have been approved for funding under the Tasmaniian Cycle Tourism Strategy's $6m cycle tourism fund.
Meehan Range Nature Recreation Area (Redgate Section) Draft Management Statement
Public comment is being sought on the Draft Meehan Range Nature Recreation Area (Redgate Section) Management Statement 2017 by 8 January 2018. ...
Tasmanian Mountain Biking Visitor Numbers - September 2017
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...
Mountain bike trail upgrade at Mount Montgomery (Dial Range)
A plan to upgrade the Penguin Mountain Bike Park has secured the backing of Central Coast Council.
Launceston Trails Update
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...
New cycle passing laws - Distance makes the difference
New passing laws in Tasmania mean motorists must be at least one metre from a cyclist when passing on roads with a speed limit...
Tasmania's Cycle Tourism Strategy and funding released
The Tasmanian Government has released it's Tasmanian Cycle Tourism Strategy to guide the development of Tasmania’s cycling tracks and trails, grow and promote experiences...
Exciting times for Maydena Bike Park
The Minister for Environment and Parks, Matthew Groom, announced that Dirt Art will be beginning construction of the Maydena Bike Park this week. ...
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