Coondoo, Superbowl and Butterfly are open to riders again, there's still some wetter bits so please take care. Cabbage Tree Lane remains closed.

The weather rollercoaster continues.  Coondoo, Superbowl and Butterfly are all open. Cabbage Tree Lane remains closed as it is still quite water logged.  All open trails do still have some wetter areas but should continue to dry out ... the situation may change if significant rain falls again.


While the SCUM trails have previously stood up reasonably well to the recent severe weather there is no doubt they have been 'punished' and some of the recent repair work may be undone (fingers crossed it isn't too bad). There is a great deal of repair work and further drainage to do. This is hard yakka and takes significant time. We are getting there...but we need your help. Further trail maintenance / trail clearing times are happening and we encourage you to attend to assist 'your club'. 


Coondoo is our first priority as SCUM will be hosting some major events there in the coming months. Plus, Coondoo is the first trail on our list for the major upgrade work on all our trials and trailheads following our successful application for the Commonwealth Government's Black Summer Bushfire Recovery Grant. Therefore our other trails - Superbowl, Butterfly and Cabbage Tree Lane -  haven't received the attention they deserve of late and we have to ask for your patience and understanding as we work through our priorities.


Upcoming events & activities

XC Round 3 Coondoo - Sunday 18 September - Results & series results available now

Full results here.


October 15 & 16, the culmination of the Interclub Series, the

Ultimate Cycles 2022 AusCycling NSW XCO State Championships

More details here


External promoter event

Rocky Trail Entertainment Shimano MTB GP Round 6 - Sat 19 November 2022. Coondoo.

More details here


Check out our full 2022 Calendar


Do you need to know what's coming up? Yes! Check out our full 2022 Calendar ... it's available now to get you rolling.  Head to our calendar page for the full picture.


Illegal trail damage 


If you see trail bike riders riding directly on SCUM trails, please report it to Nowra Police on 02 4421 9699 (do not confront or abuse trail bike riders; simply report them to the police).

Licenced and registered trail bike riders can legally ride on formed roads within NSW State Forests, but not on singletracks or designated MTB trails.   More details here.


Australian Geographic Adventure magazine Photo Shoot


Our SCUM Academy Crew were captured by Adventure Photojournalist Justin Walker from @outside_media for a feature in an issue of Australian Geographic Adventure magazine showcasing the beautiful Shoalhaven ... .




SCUM follows the NSW COVID-19 guidelines for outdoor events - for more details click here



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