...death gaps and senders!That's a bit worrying. Interesting move by Synergy to try and go from a trail builder to a facilities management outfit. They did an OK job in limited space at Hornsby, but it opened over a year late. I hope they refrain from over-engineering the Glenworth trails in the same way, the Hornsby trails don't have nearly enough natural obstacles and technical sections (this may be the terrain though).
Well, I doubt that the council bears any liability - I haven't checked but I am sure the signage at the trail entrances disclaims liability and advises that entry is at one's own risk. I think that it was probably a combination of limited space & unfavourable terrain, and having the budget to afford to pad things a little. It has resulted in trails that in my opinion are a bit too smooth, groomed and unchallenging, although I love being able to jump on a train to trails.do you think being a council owned facility made it a bit more risk averse? not sure how a private venture's insurance would view it.
Sounds odd to me.So, this is from the Sydney MTB Riders FB Page, I don't know how accurate the comment is
Wonder if this will affect the Glenworth project. Quiet on the Glenworth front could mean a switch to the Hornsby project totally?So $3.5m pledged by state govt for Old Mans Valley.
Not sure if that’s election dependent, but probably not ideal for the Glenworth business plan?
I wouldn’t imagine so, there’s more people invested in the Glenworth project than just the trail builders. Think more destination travel, Thredbo etc rather than just some trails in the bush.Wonder if this will affect the Glenworth project. Quiet on the Glenworth front could mean a switch to the Hornsby project totally?