NQ Mountain Bike Forum

NQ Mountain Bike Forum

Developing a strong and unified mountain bike community

Apr

26

to

Apr

26

Region
Queensland
Start
6:00 pm
Finish
8:00 pm
Cost
Free
Host
QORF
Phone
07 3369 9455
Email
info@qorf.org.au
Web
https://qorf.org.au/mountain-bike-riding

This is an opportunity to catch up on the latest developments in mountain biking in North Queensland, trail construction updates, what’s happening where and a chance to meet up with others in mountain biking community.

Agenda

  • National MTB Guidelines
  • Queensland MTB Strategy
  • Australian Adventure Activity Standards
  • Trail Etiquette
  • Adaptive MTB Guidelines
  • Other Business

Download Flyer

In conjunction with the Townsville MTB Festival

Co-hosted by Mountain Bike Australia and QORF

Venue
Riverview Tavern
247 Riverside Blvd
Douglas
Find on Google Maps

A light supper will be provided

RSVP
Please RSVP by 20th April, 2018 to info@qorf.org.au or call (07) 3369 9455

 

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