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The Lighthouse hub at First Turkey Mountain Bike Reserve is a popular pit-stop for riders. But did you know that it also bears a curse?
Back in 1872, an old miner named Harry built a hut on the very slab where we park our bikes today.
An avid cyclist and founding father of Rocky MTB, Harry ventured out one morning to polish the wheels on his penny farthing before heading off to the quarry.
But alas, his life was suddenly cut short. As Harry exited his hut, he tripped over an empty rum barrel that someone had carelessly discarded outside his door, and he fell down the cliff and died. Continue reading “The Lighthouse Hub is haunted”
2017 Central Qld XC Series Results
Individual and Club Points
All five races in the 2017 CQ XC Race Series have now been completed. Final points for both club and individual riders have been compiled, which you can view in the points table below (click to expand or download).
Continue reading “2017 Central Qld XC Series Results”
Here’s some motivation ahead of tomorrow’s race – straight from the turkey’s mouth. 🙂
Exciting times, shredders!! Round 4 of the 2017 National Gravity Enduro is only a week off.
The epic Rockhampton trails on the slopes of Mount Archer are about to play host to the Queensland round of the series, and it’s going to be MASSIVE.
This is also an Enduro World Series Qualifier event – that’s right – World Series. YOU definitely need to be there! Continue reading “2017 National Gravity Enduro Rd 4”
The average Rockhampton mountain biker has probably never heard of OpenStreetMap (OSM) but in fact you use this software and the maps that it generates every time you take a GPS device on a ride.
OSM is the mapping software embedded in the many riding apps we use every day such as Strava, Trailforks, and Runkeeper.
When you ride, the apps on your device simply overlay your current GPS data onto the background map provided by the OSM remote server.
When using your apps, you’ve no doubt noticed that many Rocky MTB trails are missing, wrongly plotted, or simply don’t exist anymore. Continue reading “Updating Our Trail App Maps”