This summer the Kerikeri MTB Club got underway with their new up track in Waitangi Forest. Volunteers cleared a track through the gorse, and then handed over to the digger to cut the 3km of trail. The Ground Effect Slush Fund helped out with $1000 towards digger hire.
Over Summer the Belmont Area Mtb Association (BAMBA) built an 800m long Grade 3 descending track, Electric Avenue, adding to the expanding mountain bike trail network in Belmont Regional Park, Wellington. Read More
Simon Kennet, Chair of Makara Peak Supporters Inc. put the call out last year for some funds to help purchase an e-barrow. Read More
The Waiheke Mountain Bike Club has been formed to create and implement a strategic plan for fostering the development of mountain-biking activity on Waiheke Island for both residents and visitors, with particular emphasis on family groups.
Kaitoke Forest is part of the Tunnel Gully Recreation Area, nestled at the foot of Mount Climie just north of Upper Hutt.
Bike Taupo recently received funding from the good buggers at Trailfund via DOC’s Community Conservation Partnership Fund to upgrade these tracks, both oldies but goodies. Read More
The Hawkes Bay Mtb Club are well into development of the 400ha 'Mill Block' at Pan Pac Eskdale Mtb Park. Read More
Brooklyn Trail Builders are the team behind the 'Serendipity' downhill trail in Polehill Reserve, and the recently opened 'Clinical' trail.
The Whakaumu Track, near Opotiki, Eastern Bay of Plenty has recently received some love from a bunch of enthusiastic volunteers. Read More
The ‘Budda’ downhill track in Taupo's Craters Mountain Bike Park has been reinstated with the help of PD workers, and the Ground Effect Slush Fund. Read More
The Mana Cycle Group promotes all types of cycle development in the Porirua-Tawa area of Wellington. Read More
The Sainsbury Road Mtb Park just out of Hamilton boasts 7km of prime singletrack on Mt Pirongia. Ground Effect's Slush Fund helped out with new signage to help to navigate the brown pow.