The ants of Dungog Common have been at it again, three more pallet bridges eaten away. A request was made by Dungog Commoners Inc.
for more funding to upgrade the bridges and make them less appealing to ants. $1100 Ground Effect Slush Fund dollars later, with volunteer labour from the club, the job is done.
The Pemberton Visitor Centre in the south west of WA has spent the last ten years building the Pemberton Mtb Park, some 30 kilometres of trail that caters for a range of riders. In need of a heavy duty leaf blower they put the call out to the Ground Effect Slush Fund, $1000 later the leaf blower was seeing some action.
The Yackandandah Mtb Track network in NE Victoria has named a 17.2km trail after us, the 'Ground Effect Loop'. The Slush Fund helped out with cash for trail maps, and supplied IMBA books so they could build a sustainable network of cross-country mtb trail.
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.
The Kalamunda Mountain Bike Collective hang out on the outskirts of Perth in WA. Read More
Club members and volunteers have been busy constructing sustainable trails to IMBA standards to create the Cradle Coast MTB Park. Read More
Dubbo Mtb Club is a young but growing group of track builders based in Dubbo, NSW. Read More
In partnership with CORC, the Tuggeranong Trail Rats have negotiated access to Pine Island in South Canberra. Read More
Jindabyne Trail Stewardship hang around the fabulous Snowy Mountains and are busily crafting the dirt in their corner of Terra Australis into sweet singletrack. Read More
The Kowalski ‘Brothers’ have been building sweet flowing singletrackaround Canberra since 1990.