It's the easiest trail to navigate I've ever ridden. The car park is at the trail head, all tracks are one way and arranged in a loop so you can link them up. Signage everywhere. It's pretty much impossible to get lost as all the tracks finish in the same central area down the bottom of the hill or at the trail head.Hey dudes,
I'm planning on riding the Hornsby trail in a few weeks and wanted to ask a couple of things from the locals:
-Is there a main parking area that is effectively the trail head?
-Is the trail marked and only rideable in one direction?
-How long to do a lap?
Any other info worth mentioning is appreciated y'all.
opened yesterday..... was apparently abit muddy, but by 1pm it was bone dry.When did it open? Got a link by any chance?
+1 keen to see who the mighty Dozer is...Give us a yell when your down, I might come out for a ride.
rode with a few mates who did the trial runs.. and was promised it was nothing like Mt Annan *cheers*... but the Muthafo's lied... it was similar to Mt Annan ie pedal pedal pedal uphill... (however not as boring, and slightly more rewarding)How was it mate?
I absolutely hate mt annan with a passion! The worst part for me isnt the ride, but the 15 min drive to leave the bloody place! But yes, the trail sucks... So much climbing for zero rewardGood feedback chops, thanks. Mt Annan is a punish as you said. Won't waste my time just yet on it I think, and definitely not worth a sickie!
Yehhhh, just take the missus to ourimbah! Easier drive (ie highway and no tolls)Thanks for the review chops, I wanna ride it and take the missus along. But for that big a journey I'd prefer ourimbah.
IMO:Got a review of The Oaks? Thanks chops....