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Working Bee - Saturday 19th of August at Muldoon Reserve, Spring Gully. We have literally truck- loads of gravel arriving on site next week which will be used for trail maintenance on the green loop…

Bendigo's Spring Gully Trail Network, along with the recently completed skills loop and pump track, is the ideal location for our next  all women's skills day. Our awesome instructors Jo Wall and Dora…

Womans MTB Challenge This year it is a 3 hour enduro format around a 5km Spring Gully Green Loop. Start/Finish and village will be at the brand new Spring Gully trailhead shelter.   Date: Sunday…

Winter Social Rides   The Bendigo Mountain Bike Club is pleased to be able to offer a regular social ride program for riders of all abilities. Every Saturday from 2.00 – 4.00PM from 17th June to…

  Calling all Youth Riders... Is MTB your main sport? The Bendigo Mountain Bike Club has a 2-Wheel Academy to help support you and we are holding TRY-OUTs.   WHEN: Sunday 16th July, 2.00-4.00PM…

The Club is pleased to announce the official launch of its new Skills Loop and Winter Social Rides and Expanded Skills Development Program with a sausage sizzle and skills demonstration at 12.30PM,…

Interwinter Round 2   Interwinter Round 2 is on this Sunday 4th June hosted by the Rocky Riders at Walmer State Forest – Cloverleaf. Get along and enjoy our neighbours hospitality and…

We are very excited to announce the Strathfieldsaye and District Community Enterprise (SDCE) has supported our plans for the MTB Skills Loop as part of the upgrade of Muldoon Reserve with a grant to…

Set amongst an iconic landscape of huge river red gums, Moama Five Mile mountain bike trail provides 7km of purpose-built mountain bike trails to discover and enjoy. Located in Murray Valley Regional…

Well the 'official results' are about as elusive as the Harcourt Black Puma, but say hello to your 2017 NATIONAL U23 XCO CHAMPION Bendigo!! Years of hard work and determination has resulted in a day…


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Working Bee 21st & 22nd of May

The dust has settled on the Epic and its time to get busy again! The trail committee have been busy getting some cool stuff together ready for a massive working bee on the 21st and 22nd of May. Thats right - 2 days work!

Its all about going to the next level with our trail building to include more features. We've got fibreglass mesh for bridges and literally truck loads of gravel for berms.

Thanks to the success of the summer series and the Communities for Nature Grant, we will also be holding the official launch of the new power barrow complete with swinging champagne* bottle.

The Sunday afternoon will also have us cooking up a free BBQ with some beers and soft drinks as an official opening of the green loop.

We hope lots of you can make it for at least a half day session and see what trail building is all about.

Session times are 10am - 1pm and 1pm - 4pm each day. Rock up to the gate at the end of Wattle Drive and we will greet you with tools and a job list.

Look forward to seeing you there!

*operational budget only extends to beer