Hobart Dirt Devils XC Summer Series 2018-19 #6 will be held at St Virgil's College on 17 March 2019.
Hobart Wheelers/Dirt Devils Inc. is the main mountain bike/road cycling club in Southern Tasmania, It is an affiliate of Cycling Australia (CA) and Mountain Bike Australia (MTBA) and organises road, track, mountain bike and cyclocross events.
Explore historic Battery Point and Upper Sandy Bay in this 4 hour metrogaine on Saturday 28 July 2018. A deluge of clues will involve the names, build dates and occupants of HOUSES, the nineteenth century HISTORY of Hobart Town and the modern mainly sculptural (H)ART in public places. Grab a friend or go with the family.
The Kellevie MTB Park 6 Hour is back on Sunday March 8, 2020. Riding for pairs, teams and solos.
Rogaining Tasmania will be holding a 3 hour Metrogaine based at Blackmans Bay on the afternoon of 3 February 2018.
This park (opened November 2012) aims to fill a skills development niche in the mountain bike scene around Hobart and will be best enjoyed by newer riders and intermediate riders looking to develop their skills. It would also be a great place for the kids who will love the jumps and easy riding.
As well as a Dirt Jump Park, the area contains a 200 metre 'kids corner' loop, the 1.3km "Holy Roller" for beginners and the 350 metre "Black Betty" which has a range of technical features, drops and bermed corners.
The park had a nice upgrade in 2019 and is worth another visit if you haven't been for awhile.
Connecting together some of the most accessible off-road riding trails around Kingston, this loop is a great way to discover some trails close to Hobart and plant the seed for further exploration.
There are plenty of great views, beautiful, quiet trails, with a bit of technical fun, and even a bit of history all thrown in. Cap this off with a great downhill run at the end to take you home. This is one of my favourite rides close to Hobart.
Climbing nearly 1000 metres in around 15kms, this route takes you from the visitors centre at the entrance of Mt Field National Park to the car park at Lake Dobson. Although entirely on a gravel road that is open to traffic, this is a brilliant ride whether you're seeking the fun and beauty of riding in the snow in winter, seeing the fagus change colour in Autumn or heading up to enjoy the upper regions of the park through summer.
A National Parks Pass will be needed to do this ride.