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The Walking Access Commission has money for you. Well to be more specific, they have funding that your project can apply for if your project enhances access for walkers in New Zealand. The majority of our mountain biking trails in New Zealand are dual use and that means it’s not just mountain bikers who benefit […]

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Do you live near Orewa or maybe at the northern end of the North Shore? Would you like access to a new MTB riding area that is being developed now? Well the Onerahi Kaos Tumblers need your help… Neil Tonks, Tumbler-in-Chief, has worked hard to secure access to a private block of land on which […]

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Earlier this week Jono Baddiley from Spoke Magazine put some questions us via Trail Fund NZ chairperson Ben Wilde this week and you can read the Q&A here. One of the key goals of Trail Fund NZ is getting the message out there about why trails matter, the importance of trail building and the benefits to […]

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Exciting news, we’re ready to do a first run of Trail Fund NZ t-shirts. We’re not yet holding stock so orders will be open for a week and then we will do a run based on confirmed orders. In the future once we have an idea of the most popular colours and sizes we will starting […]

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Mountain biking pioneer Jonathan Kennett is at it again breaking new ground with a new format trail building competition over the Easter Break in Golden Bay. Quite possibly the first such competition of its kind on Easter Sunday 31 March 2013 teams  of 3 to 4 will go head-to-head creating 20m sections of a new grade […]

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