Sometime ago, we had the talented Dylan Gee from ExtremeKid ride with us, here’s his finished movie about the SlowRiders visiting the Greenwood and Anaconda trails.
A small group of us travelled down to Central Otago for the Easter break. Easter Friday: Rode around Flat Top Hill located just outside Alexandra. The Flat Top Hill circuit crosses Butchers Dam & then follows orange then blue markers to the top of the hill. The trail gains 200 metres of height which at
We’re trialling a SlowRiders Instagram account, so even if you can’t get out for a ride, you can keep up to date with the fun!
The Tuesday night SlowRiders group is growing again since we asked for ideas from you, our members as to what you needed. If you’re a member of the CMBC Facebook page, but haven’t come out on a ride yet, why not join us next week? 🙂 Our rides are open to everyone, and nobody gets
Hi Everyone, thanks for taking you time to attend this meeting. I feel this has been a very positive year for the club. When I took over the presidency last year my goal was to increase membership numbers and complete the BikeNZ affiliation the club had been discussing for some time. We have written our
The September 2017 AGM Meeting Minutes are available for download here
The Club owns a Personal Locator Beacon or PLB. If you are organising your own mountain bike trip in the back country, you may borrow it. Conditions; free to borrow, but only for club members and must be booked in advance so we can ensure there still one for club trips. You have to pick
“Mountain Bike NZ and Cycle NZ work together to grow and develop mountain biking as a sport for New Zealander’s, through promoting participation and membership, development pathways, securing and administering national and international level competition”. For you this means you and our club are connected to the greater world of mt biking! Benefits include; helping
With fine weather forecast for the coast, 15 of us left a cold, grey day in Christchurch for a long weekend of mountain biking in Reefton. After a coffee and bite to eat, we headed off on our first ride, Blacks Point. This is a loop ride of approximately 15kms (760 meters of elevation during
We’re delighted to announce that the Canterbury Mountain Bike Club has had its constitution approved. This is an important achievement for the club. Thanks to Matt Newby, Neil Coleman and Bronwyn Ward for contributing to this. Having a constitution (rules that the club abides by) means all members and prospective members know what our club