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Loaf to Lagoon | Sunday August 31st

Sugarloaf to Glenrock lagoonride-it

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A day to remember, riding between two Newcastle Icons, Mt Sugarloaf and Glenrock lagoon, via some of the best singletrack imaginable - including the MTB meccas of Killingworth, Warners Bay and Glenrock. Cock-eyed optimist, Adam Freeman, will take you on the best trails, while his expert knowledge of local history* should also be a highlight.


This ride will be 70+ kilometres and has a high degree of technical difficulty in sections, as a result it is really aimed at riders with at least an Intermediate level of skill and fitness. Where & When: Sunday the 31st of August, with an aim to finish at The Burwood Colliery Bowling Club at Dudley for a well earned beer and lunch.

Andy laughs at pain! Hahaha!!It's a very real possibility that you may lose the feeling in your legs, much like george did. So Train up!!

Why not invite the family or the man or woman you're currently sharing dinner on the couch with to Join us?

 Cars are not welcome on this ride

The ride will begin in the morning and will go for approximately 4-5 hours. Upon registration exact meeting time and place will be emailed to you.


Registration fee includes a compulsory checkover* to ensure good mechanical condition of your bike. This must be checked in by Friday 22nd August. If your bike has been serviced at DRIFT BIKES within one (1) month of the ride date this check over will not be necessary. If your bike has been serviced by another store, yourself,dad,mate or grandma in this time you are still required to check your bike in for a check over.


*N.B. Due to Drift Bikes wanting to ensure the best possible chance of zero mechanicals for the upcoming ride we are unable to make exceptions for instore check overs. We will attempt to tighten and adjust any basic mechanical issues during your check over however bikes in unsatisfactory order will need to have necessary repairs completed to be eligible to attend the ride."

** Please note: Adam has no formal education in the field of History however he does have quite a flamboyant imagination which often proves more interesting than the truth anyway. It will be at your discretion as to whether or not you take anything he says on board.


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