Wylde MTB trail Western Sydney Parklands

LPG

Likes Dirt
I used to ride all the time at Wylde. I might have to make the trip before it closes. I'll see how many brown snakes I can see in one run.

Sydney needs a new airport like a hole in the head.
I disagree, Sydney needs a hole in the head much more than ot needs a new airport.
 

wilso1

Likes Bikes
Whereas earlier information showed an alignment which almost bissected Wyle and the shooting range (which wold have impacted the kids loop but not much else), the revised alignment almost follows Elizabeth Dr, and so would result in the chopping up of almost all the track. : (

While the track does have its negatives, I'd rather have it than not.

Submissions via here if you're interested:
 

Mr Crudley

Eats Squid
Whereas earlier information showed an alignment which almost bissected Wyle and the shooting range (which wold have impacted the kids loop but not much else), the revised alignment almost follows Elizabeth Dr, and so would result in the chopping up of almost all the track. : (

While the track does have its negatives, I'd rather have it than not.

Submissions via here if you're interested:
If they chop it then they do, we can't help that nor lie under bulldozers. I just hope they keep Multiple Choice.

It might not be a bad thing if they get to do something new and make some parts better with the hindsight of what they know now.

They will be at Wylde on Saturday according to FB.
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Tubbsy

Party Pooper
Staff member
Heads up, there will be a community Q&A on the new Wylde tracks on the 22nd. Great to see that they're serious about this.


New Wylde Mountain Bike Trail revealed
Join us for the exciting reveal of Western Sydney Parklands' new design for Wylde Mountain Bike Trail (MBT) in a free community showcase on Saturday 22 February, 2pm to 6pm, at the entry to the Mountain Bike Trail on Range Road (off Elizabeth Drive), Cecil Park.

Discover how the new design will build on the success of the current Wylde MTB facility, which is being redesigned and re-positioned with the introduction of the M12 Motorway.

Meet leading designer Brett Barnes (DIRTZtrack) who will explain how the new trail caters for beginner to advanced riders and how you can tailor your experience to suit your skill level, fitness and time available.

Find out how the new Wylde MTB facility will meet current international standards and reflect advancements in mountain bike riding offering new features, scenic bushland sections and increased community facilities including BBQs, picnic shelters, car parks, new tree planting and even more open space to explore.

Regular riders can also find out more about key milestones for the project, which is expected to open to the public by the end of 2021.

Coffee and drinks will be available for everyone joining us. We look forward to seeing you there.
 
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