Final days of 2018/2019 mountain bike season
Although we are in the final weeks of the 2018/2019 mountain bike season, we're not going to go out quietly! Our big Easter weekend is right around the corner and is choc-full of mountain biking, All Terrain Cycles beginner mountain bike clinics and shuttles. To round out another great season, on 27-28 April we have our end of season party – so come on up, there are plenty of reasons to come ride at Mt Buller before the season ends!
Easter Mountain biking - hop to it! (19-22 April)
On Saturday (20 April) and Sunday (21 April), All Terrain Cycles is offering junior mountain bike beginner sessions. If you're new to mountain biking and would like to improve your skills, this 2-hour class is perfect for you! For more information on the junior clinic, please click here.
We have a full range of activities over the weekend for every member of the family. If you’ve ever wanted to view your favourite mountain bike trail from a different perspective, then try the Mountain High Fun Run on Saturday 21 April. With four different courses varying from 3km-15km, take in the views at your own pace. Other activities include yoga classes, husky sled dog rides, Buller Air Zone and more! To view the full weekend program, click here.
Please note there will be trail closures on Saturday morning (20 April) for the Fun Run. Click here for more information.
One last 'Joy Ride' (27-28 April)
Join the weekend’s festivities with a weekend shuttle pass that will give you access to all mountain shuttles, FREE beer and pizza, competitions, prizes and access to the Joyride party.
Ever wanted to take your mountain biking to new heights? Well, now you can! All Terrain Cycles are hosting an airbag clinic and competition across the 27-28 April weekend. All throughout the weekend, ATC have left gnomes across the mountain bike trail network. Take a selfie with the gnomes and you will go into the draw to win some great prizes. For more information on the weekend festivities, click here.
A massive thank you
The mountain bike season cannot run smoothly without the assistance of so many people. Teamwork truly makes the dreamwork and we want to thank everyone behind the seasons for ensuring another fun and safe mountain bike season!
And most importantly to all the riders, from near and far, who travelled to Mt Buller and Mt Stirling to ride our trails – see you all next season!