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/Trail Updates Pakihi Track Open

Pakihi Track Open

TRAIL SAFETY UPDATE: Motu Trails – Pakihi Track: OPEN. DATE: 19 April 2017 ISSUE: Pakihi Track OPEN The Pakihi Trach has had a full scoping by DOC today. The track is now open. The top half is largely unaffected by the recent weather but below the hut there are areas of loose rocks and small […]

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/Trail Updates Tasman's Great Taste Trail

Tasman’s Great Taste Trail Weather Updates

TRAIL SAFETY UPDATE: Tasman’s Great Taste Trail DATE: 13 April 2017 The trail is currently closed at the Waimea bridge between Lower Queen street and Rabbit Island due to flooding. The trail is also closed between Wai-iti Domain and Quail Valley Road at Belgrove due to flooding. Flooding west on Riwaka beside SH60 and between […]

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/Trail Updates Hauraki Rail Trail Open

Hauraki Rail Trail Weather Update

TRAIL SAFETY UPDATE: Hauraki Rail Trail DATE: 12 April 2017 ADVISORY WARNING – Due to current weather events it is not advisable to ride the trail at this time. While a trail-wide closure is not imposed, public resources will be directed to supporting essential services in the District in the first instance.

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/Trail Updates

Pakihi Track Closed

TRAIL SAFETY UPDATE: Motu Trails DATE: 12 April 2017 Please note DOC has closed the Pakihi Track until Tuesday. This is due to the severe weather forecast, which follows all the recent, so there’s a significant risk of further slips and windfalls. The Dunes Trail and Motu Road remain open.

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/Trail Updates Bridge to Nowhere

Mountains to Sea Trail Updates

TRAIL SAFETY UPDATE: Mountains to Sea DATE: 11 April 2017 Please note DOC are assessing the state of the campsites on the Whanganui Journey today. All facilities on the Whanganui Journey are open, canoeists should be aware that the access tracks to some campsites may be silty. A rockfall on the Bridge to Nowhere track […]

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/Events The Big Easy

The Big Easy

Are you ready to ride? Well, we have 3 days of “easy” cycle fun for you this Easter! Tickets are on sale now! Good Friday, 14th April: The Little Easy, Central Hawke’s Bay A warm up for the main event, The Little Easy CHB is a nice gentle 12km meander on the Rotary River Pathway. […]

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/Trail Updates Great Lake Trail Slip

Great Lake Trail Part Closure

TRAIL SAFETY UPDATE: Great Lake Trail DATE: 8 April 2017 ISSUE: Slips and trees down along the trail We have been advised there are two major slips at Kotukutuku. Also the Zig Zags in the bush coming down the hill towards Kotukutuku have been taken out by the river and a slip. One of the […]

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/Trail Updates A2O Flooding

A2O Flooding between Kurow & Duntroon

TRAIL STATUS UPDATE: Flooding between Kurow & Duntroon SECTION 7: Kurow to Duntroon DATE NOTIFIED: April 6th 2017 ISSUE: Due to severe weather there is flooding on the Otiake and Otekaieke Rivers. The flood routes are covered in water and not able to be cycled on. If you opt to use State Highway 83 please […]

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/Trail Updates Timber Trail

Timber Trail Weather Related Updates

TRAIL SAFETY UPDATE: Timber Trail DATE: 6 April 2017 Please find below a few updates from DOC about the trail status due to the rain: 1. Tree down across Timber Trail at 29km mark. Cyclists can still pass over it. This was from earlier this morning (Thursday April 6th) 2. Due to the current heavy […]

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/News NZ's Favourite Places to Ride 2017

NZ’s Favourite Places to Ride

The NZ Transport Agency is excited to announce NZ’s Favourite Places to Ride is returning on 10 April 2017 and they need your help to make this year bigger and better than ever! New Zealand has some of the best places to bike in the world and NZ’s Favourite Places to Ride is an opportunity […]

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Easter is fast approaching, and with it comes a long weekend of biking opportunity and of course delicious chocolate eggs. It’s great to have the long bank holiday weekends whether you intend to spend them with your family, or your bike, or both if you're very lucky. If you’re partial to a sneaky egg or two, then ...
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