Today’s ride and hike took us to a couple of great lookouts, and along some fun tracks near the small Sunshine Coast town of Yandina.
Great Sandy National Park has some wonderfully diverse landscapes. Today we explored some of that diversity on our bikes.
Have you ever wanted to go walking for a few days, but didn’t want to carry camping gear? I did, and decided that the Sunshine Coast would be the perfect place to try it.
My friend Andrew asked me to show him some good off-road ways between Brisbane’s north-side and the Sunshine Coast. What a great excuse for a ride!
A railway branch line once connected Caboolture to Kilcoy. The railway has gone, but the trail remains. Today we explored some sections of that line.
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”.
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.
The weather report forecast rain, but we still wanted to ride, so we took our fat bikes to Bribie Island.