10km of singletrack located in the TSR with good flow, plenty of grip and some absolutely smokin corners to rail. Nothing steep but enough elevation to make the downs fun. Ideal for beginners and experienced alike.
Maison dieu Rd. Just near the 100kph sign on the right, climb the steps over the fence for the trail head.
10km of singletrack located in the TSR with good flow, plenty of grip and some absolutely smokin corners to rail. Nothing steep but enough elevation to make the downs fun.
Good for beginners or experienced riders with plenty of log rollovers, jumps and a couple of roll-able drops. Beginners can peel off half-way if they don’t want to ride all 10kms to end back at the trail head.
Keep an eye out for the wildlife, heaps of kangaroos, goanna’s and cattle. Land is a working travelling stock route so stock has right of way. Have never come across cattle on the track but keep an eye out for them, I assume it would hurt!
Track goes in a clockwise direction.
Note: Soil type is heavy sticky clay so beware riding during or just after rain as your bike tyres and frame will quickly clog up. Expect to spend time after your ride cleaning your steed.
None. Bring water, spares etc… Singleton Bike Rack located on John St in town but only open Saturday mornings.
(Information obtained from Global Riders Network)