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Fun in the Mountains

Susie Hike a Bike

I was stunned when sixty-eight riders turned up to take part in this year’s adventure through the Glasshouse Mountains.

Stunned, and worried, because I was unable to ride due to injury. I couldn’t even drive. So today I was a passenger, and relied heavily on my wonderful friends to help make this day

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Glasshouse Groundwork

Jason at Trig Hill

The annual Glasshouse Mountains Social Ride is quickly approaching, so a few of us decided to spend the day riding around the area to make sure we had the best route. Each time we’ve done this ride over the last few years we’ve always tried to improve the course. This sort

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Over The Bars

Neil at Helipad

Today’s ride took us through some of the most scenic country in South East Queensland. Although it was cut short by an unpleasant injury, we were able to find some enjoyable tracks that might form part of a fun social ride in the near future.

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The Lepidozamia Track

Becca on the  Lepidozamia Track 800

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England Creek

England Creek Bonfire

When you have a hammer, everything looks like a nail. When you have good camping gear, every ride looks like a good excuse to pitch a tent. When my friends suggested we do an overnight trip to the beautiful bush camp at England Creek, how could I refuse?

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The High Road

Pedwell Road

While the shortest way between two points is a straight line, it’s sometimes more fun to take the longer, rougher way.

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Moorgumpin

The Wrecks

Moreton Island, known as “The Place of Sandhills” (“Moorgumpin”) in the Quandamooka language, is the gem of Moreton Bay – a special place that should be on every mountain bikers bucket list.

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Jabiru

Manta Barge

For the second day of my adventure on Fraser Island, I wanted to get away from the beaches and explore some of the inland tracks.

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