Mountain bikers push space limits in regional towns

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Mountain bikers push space limits in regional towns

while others cash in on tourism opportunities

Posted on 19.03.2024

As the number of mountain bikers increases across Australia some communities are struggling to keep up with the demand for suitable trails while others are making the most of the boom created by mountain biking tourism.

“It is great to see so many people helping to build mountain bike courses, but they need to be built in the right location and with the permission of landowners”, said AusCycling manager for government strategy, Nick Hannan.

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