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Tasmanian MTB Routes

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Tassie Trails is dedicated to helping people enjoy mountain biking trails and parks in Tasmania.

Whether you want to ride some of the better known tracks in the State like the North South Track, Kate Reed or the Blue Tiers or get out and explore some of the lesser known trails, this site is all about helping you find the trailhead and ride the trail with the maximum amount of fun and minimum amount of hassle.  Read more.

Tasmanian Mountain Biking and Cycling Updates

06 February 2023
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The Central Coast Council is seeking interested people from the community for the role of Community Representative on the Penguin Mountain Bike Precinct Working Group. The Working Group will provide input for long term planning, promoting Penguin as ...
06 December 2022
News
West Coast Trails
The 'Silver City' trail network outside of Zeehan is about to get much bigger with the addition of nearly 30 more kilometres of trail being officially opened in Zeehan on December 10 2022. The new trails include 'Despatch' a green clim...
02 December 2022
News
Tell you a story.   I've recently returned from a cycle trip down the North Island of New Zealand, and like you do when touring, I came across another cyclist (Freddie) one day on the tour, and we ended up cycling together for 3 or 4 days, ...
27 November 2022
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Blue Derby Trails
Maydena Mountain Bike Park
Maydena Mountain Bike Park and the Tin Valley Brewery and Distillery are among the winners in the latest round of Tourism Innovation Grants provided by the State Government. Maydena will be receiving $249,950 for a 'Beyond the Bikes' initative w...
09 November 2022
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Hobart Trails (including kunanyi/Mt Wellington)
The Tasmanian Government, along with Kingborough Council, is funding a feasibility study to help identify a preferred route for a proposed shared pathway to connect the suburbs of Margate and Huntingfield.   The proposed path would improve acces...
07 September 2022
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Blue Derby Trails
The Dorset council has released plans for the $820,000 redevelopment of the main blue derby trailhead in Derby. The site will include an 86-space public car park, new toilet and shower block, a bicycle wash station, bus drop-off zone, landscaped...