Slush Fund

Belmont Regional Park

The team at the Belmont Area Mountain Bike Association have been busy constructing a new Grade 3 descending mountain bike track, named Electric Avenue, in the Belmont Regional Park.  The park covers 3500 hectares of hills and valleys between Porirua and Hutt Valley. 

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Branford Park - Nelson

Over the past year the Nelson Mountain Bike Club have been working hard on the jumps in Branford Park, Maitai Valley, Nelson.

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Motupipi Hill

The Rata-Tui Restoration Trust in Golden Bay have been busy building Grade 2 mountain bike tracks at Motupipi Hill.

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February 21, 2017

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Waiheke MTB Club

The Slush Fund recently wrote a cheque for $600 to help out the Waiheke Mountain Bike Club with the purchase of signage for their trail network at the Onetangi Sports Park. To date volunteers have clocked up over 1000 hours work primarily on the implementation of the trail network.

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Tumut MTB Park

In late 2016 the Tumut Mountain Bike Riders approached the Ground Effect Slush Fund for a cash contribution towards their project to improve signage in the Tumut Mountain Bike Park.

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Makara Peak

Simon Kennet, Chair of Makara Peak Supporters Inc. put the call out last year for some funds to help purchase an e-barrow.

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Project Rameka

Project Rameka in Golden Bay has been waging an ongoing crowdfunding campaign to double the size of the Project Rameka Carbon Forest.

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