With its wonderfully long descent, and gruelling uphill climb, today’s ride through Mapleton National Park was the perfect place to prove the old saying: “What goes down must come up”.
Today’s adventure started near the beach at Tugun on the Gold Coast, and followed the border fence westward, along rugged hilly tracks. Continue Reading
During the hot and humid days of midsummer, we find ourselves drawn towards places where we can enjoy a cooling swim. Sapling Pocket is the perfect place for a mid-ride splash.Continue Reading
Each time I visit Straddie I think to myself “Why have I waited so long to come back to this amazing place?”
After visiting for a quick overnighter last weekend, I indulgently decided go back a couple of days later. Two ferry trips to North Stradbroke Island in less than a week is a new record for me.
Waterfall Creek carves out a lush and scenic valley in Springbrook National Park. Today we explored it on our bikes.
Good things come in small packages. Sugarbag Road is a small parcel of bushland in Caloundra which contains a wonderful variety of mountain biking tracks.
Today’s ride followed a lazy 110km loop through bushland and bike tracks to the north of Brisbane.
Today’s plan was to ride a large loop around the north side of Brisbane, up into the D’Aguilar Range, through the city, and then back via the mangroves of the Boondall wetlands. Although I’ve done it before, I forgot how difficult this ride is.