manly dam, red hill etc are all goodleonardo said:Looking for rides in area. Back to mtb after 15 years road. Purchased today S works stumpjumper, full xtr, fox talas, .Looking to get serious miles to do enduro.Training partners for both mtb and road .Also form team for any up and coming events
Im on the central coast, however i'm self employed and do a lot of work in the northern beaches. I have plenty of time to do pm weekday rides. My brother in law lives on the beaches and is keen to hook up and do some miles.bike_freak said:Which suburb are you in?
Ye.. it can get a bit technical for the beginners, but it is fun and will get their skill levels up...davidecan said:manly dam is a great trail, even for beginners
As everyone else has said, Manly Dam, Red Hill and Oxford Falls are the main places to ride in Northern Sydney. There are also trail up around the Terry Hills area but they generally have a lot of horse traffic and can be hard to string together for a decent ride. They are also more fire trails than ST.leonardo said:Im on the central coast, however i'm self employed and do a lot of work in the northern beaches. I have plenty of time to do pm weekday rides. My brother in law lives on the beaches and is keen to hook up and do some miles.
These other guys arent from a bike background, but they are keen to try some enduro. What is the best training for them ? I think it would be best to do some spinning on the road or around say Centennial Park to get some miles under their belt and do some mtb riding for skill. What is any one else's thoughts.
thanks mate, do you leave from the bike shop.Path said:Leonardo (and everyone else)
Feel free to join us for a social ride this comming Wed night (the 4th), starting from 7:30 at St Ives.
All the details are here (please read this)
We will soon have our calendar for the second half of the year up too.
Hope some of you can make it.
Manly Warringah MTB Club
No. We'll be leaving from Acron Oval car park. All the details you need are hereleonardo said:thanks mate, do you leave from the bike shop.