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Club Working Bee Sun 26 Nov (10:00)
Knapsack Build Day - XC and DH Sat 2 Dec (08:00)

Latest BMORC News...

moggio's picture

Cancelled 26th August Build Day

Just a heads up for anyone who was planning going to the build day this Saturday the 26th August that it has been cancelled, or postponed.

We called for this because a lot of us were unable to make it from BMORC and also BMCC didn't have anything specific organised so it was felt it would be an unproductive exercise considering the small budget we have allocated.

We will try to make sure the next build day has more operations planned ahead.

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Eastern Escarpment Public Workshop

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The preliminary recommendations are currently available to view and comment on in the Have Your Say section of the BMCC web site which can be found at the following link:
https://www.bluemountainshaveyoursay.com.au/seem...

Council is in the process of finalising the detailed landscape design work associated with the Master Plan and would like offer active recreation users the opportunity to review and comment on this design work prior to finalising the Draft Master Plan for public exhibition. To facilitate this, a workshop has been scheduled as follows:

moggio's picture

Temporay Closure of Knapsack DH Trail

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Trail CLosure Sign

A message from BMCC

"From the 21st June 2017 the Knapsack DH bike trail will be temporarily closed for construction and maintenance works.

Helicopter operations are planned to occur on that day, delivering bags of stone directly onto the downhill track. This means that there will be no physical through access for bikes at all.

Works are anticipated to commence late June and take 8 weeks to complete.

moggio's picture

Lots of Planting and Refinement!

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Ike Planting

Busy day planting over 100 plants in the area we previously cleared below the soccer fields of weeds. Its growing back with natives and this will give it some help. Good seeing Ike a second generation MTBer coming along and helping out too.

We also worked on some trail refinements to do with improved drainage and flow elsewhere. Gus and Tim realigned some trail for improved flow, air possibilities and drainage. We fixed a muddy section of existing trail below the soccer fields and started building a rock berm.

moggio's picture

We need wheel barrows for the build day tomorrow!

If anyone has a wheel barrow please bring it tomorrow to the build day as we will need it for moving rock into place.

Best Mountain Bike