The Dunghutti Sport and Recreation Indigenous Corporation and the Kempsey Macleay Off Road Cyclists formed a partnership in 2012 to extend the local trail network around Kempsey, north of Port Macquarie, NSW.
The Levin Mtb Club looks after the trails in the Kohitere Forest.
Auckland Point Primary school in Nelson have a pump track in their grounds.
In 2010 the Mid Canterbury Mtb Club were kept busy clearing 25km of old trail next to the Ashburton River.
Mountain biking in Marlborough keeps getting better as locals continue work on The Link Pathway, an off-road walking/cycling track connecting Picton to Havelock, with a side trail to Anakiwa (the end of Queen Charlotte Track).
The Balclutha Walkways/Cycleways Trust contacted us in 2007 with plans to extend the Blair Atholl Walkway and Cycleway.
The Hokitika Mtb Club (now the Westland Mtb Club) has completely revamped and extended the Blue Spur Tracks.
Back in 2008 the Hutt Valley Mtb Club set about reclaiming tracks around Tunnel Gully in Pakuratahi Forest.