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Where, When & How Long...
Come and enjoy the fun at Coondoo Mountain Bike Trail on Sunday 3rd March. Meet at the Trailhead/Car park and w
Who should attend:
This one is only for the chicks! All the mums, Sisters, Daughters, Aunties and Grandmothers who are keen to ride socially and enjoy SCUM's fun and flowy Coondoo Trail.
What do I need?:
How do I register?: No registration is required, simply turn up on the day.
How much: Nothing (it's all FREE)
What if it rains?:
We'll keep an eye on it but this trail holds up pretty well after a bit of of rain. If it's looking like is going to be messy or if it's been absolutely bucketing down, we will definitely make a call - watch our Social Pages (Facebook)
# The club's goal is to cater to all riders with our social rides but we can't cater to all riders with every ride. Each social ride will target different riders, trails etc so that over the course of the year all riders will be catered too.
*An AusCycling membership (at least Lifestyle) is a requirement for all of our Social Rides. Not a member, simply head to the AusCycling Website and take advantage of their FREE 4-week trial. Full details available on the AusCycling Website.
Social Rides are a great way to introduce yourself & others to Mountainbiking (pic - some of the Husky Christmas riders).
SCUM has a number of dedicated Social Rides that are open to riders of all abilities. Riders must however hold an AusCycling licence (i.e. be members), see our Membership Page for all the details.
On a Social Ride you'll find some new tracks and/or become better accustomed to the SCUM trails. One thing for sure is that you'll have loads of fun and you'll have met some other MTB riders that are keen to ride again. Check out our calendar for full details.
One trail that frequents our Social Calendar is Cabbage Tree Lane. Where's Cabbage Tree Lane? This is the easiest trail to get to, click here for a google map link to the trail head. Cabbage Tree Lane is a great all abilities trail, it's quite flat and has multiple trail length options (i.e. 2.5km, 6km, 9.5km) ... if you want to be challenged more you can simply go faster.
Cabbage Tree Lane can hold a lot of water after rain, be mindful of this when planning your ride, especially after a bit of wet. If it looks to wet to ride then it probably is.