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 beautiful Wingello State Forest in the Southern Highlands of NSW boasts a fun network of singletrack. There is also 50km of waymarked trail.
New England Mountain Bikers located in the Northern Tablelands of NSW have built a load of trail in the past few years.
Until recently there has been no single track riding in the entire Northern Rivers region of NSW. Byron Bay Farmstay have been keen to rectify the problem and create IMBA quality mountain bike trails on their 300-acre farm open to the public (5 minutes from Byron Bay township & beaches).
The Nambucca Valley Cycle Club has built 8.9km of mtb track over 2012 in the state forest at Nambucca Heads, NSW. The Jacks Ridge track featured in Australian Mountain Bike Magazine's 'places that rock'.
Mountain Bike Wagga Inc. got busy in 2010 working with their local council to repair the trails at Pomingalarna Park. The council recently vehicles to help preserve a large pocket of threatened native flora and fauna.
Serendipity visited the Milton Ulladulla District Mountain Bikers (MUD MTB) on the south coast of NSW. A private landholder identified an old overgrown motorbike trail in the surrounding hills, and a lost trail gem was uncovered after cutting back the regrowth.
In just 3 months from conception to finished trail, the Tathra Mtb have created the Tathra Doolagharl track. An extension to their already world famous (in Australia) Poo Ponds loop.