A small band of keen Westport mountain bikers have been busy working on the network of tracks on the Denniston Plateau.
Bike Wanaka crafted the Deans Bank Track - the Albert Town to Dublin Bay loop track.
The Southland Mountain Bike Club has created a 15km network of trails on Bluff Hill.
The Glacier Country Mtb Club down Franz Josef South Westland was granted access to some pristine, privately owned native rainforest alongside the Tatare Stream. So far they have constructed 1.5km of flowing single track, named the Faultline track.
Hamish Seaton and Mtb Otago are responsible for the shared-use 'Nicols Creek' track from Dunedin's Leith Valley up to Swampy Summit. The 8km all - weather track is surfaced with 7000 wheelbarrow loads (about 480 tonnes) of gravel!
The Golden Bay Mtb Club has churned out quality single track in the Canaan Downs Scenic Reserve over the years.
The Firepit Pump Track and Dirt Jump Park at Ngatimoti in the Motueka Valley opened in 2011. It's the ideal place to brush up your bike handling skills or add a few more tricks to your quiver.
The New Zealand Conservation Authority in 2011 approved mountain bike access up the Poulter Valley in Arthur's Pass National Park, after an initial three-year trial period.
The Kaiteriteri Mountain Bike Park is now a well established community resource in Golden Bay. Most of the benched trails are wide, easy to intermediate-grade tracks, complemented by narrower hand-benched single-track.
The Urumau Reserve above Lyttelton is the proud owner of a sweet selection of fun singletrack.
The Geraldine Lions and Cycling Club have developed 20km track on Department of Conservation land along the Orari River.
McKenzie Country locals got together in 2008 to develop the The Lake Tekapo Regional Park on the south east edge of Lake Tekapo. Located within existing forest 1km from town, the intention was to foster a range of activities including mountain biking.