There is always Winnaleah and Branxholm if you get stuck, but I'm sure you'll find somewhere in Derby. There is heaps of room all along the river.
if its packed out in Derby just drive 5 min outta Derby to Winnaleah and camp on the footy oval or ask Di if you can camp out the back of her pub in Winnaleah
The DHF double would work well. Derby is pedally. I massively overbiked with a 180/160mm enduro rig with downhill tires and really suffered on the climbs.Now thinking Minion DHF front and rear. I have a DHR2 in EXO+, but hear the DHF is faster rolling. Or would this be too much for Derby?
Mostly correct however Shearpin springs to mind.Derby is smooth, big rocks and non puncture terrain. The worst you will get there is a pinch flat... from YOUR non ability to do tyre pressures each morning.
I'd be more looking at grip, what tyres ? Minions are great if you shuttle, there are a few new Maxxis that are good... I'm sure others are up there too.
Those wall rides gave me some true heart in mouth moments.Agree Shearpin has some sharp rocks .
BTW how are those 2 wall ride granite sheet things at 35-40 degrees ????
Just back from Derby . Awesome again . twice as busy as 1.5 yrs ago.
New tracks eg Kingswall since last there .