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MTB Strength and Mobility Training Clinic

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MTB Strength and Mobility Training Clinic
More endurance and less pain and injuries

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Hello everyone,

Well I’m off to get myself some pretty Lululemon leggings and matching “BE-YOU-TIFUL” tank top because the Strength and Mobility clinic is going ahead!

Training will be on Wednesday 14/11/2018 at 6pm at 547 Sport Performance at Warana. Get in quick and click on the booking link below for more information and to reserve your spot.

Let me know if you have any questions at [email protected]

Michael Johns
Club Secretary/Annoying Niche Bike Enthusiast/Eye Candy etc 


Trail Care Tips – Clearing drains in the rain

Trail Care Tips – Clearing drains in the rain
Lovin' the rains and clearin' the drains!

There is something special about doing some trail care in the rain. Just you, the trees, the gentle rain, a garden tool – it’s almost romantic.

Do some trail care in your own time and go into your favorite trail and clear out the drains. It’s easy work, does wonders for the trails and it’s something to do when it’s raining and you can’t ride.


2018 Outdoors Queensland Award Finalist

2018 Outdoors Queensland Award Finalist

Hey folks!

Trophy is a tooth from a giant glass chain-ring

The work we all did on the Parklands MTB Trails Project last year has been recognised in the 2018 Outdoor Queensland Awards.

The Outdoors Queensland Awards (formerly known as the Queensland Outdoor Recreation Awards) recognise and reward excellence in the outdoors community. The Awards celebrate individuals, organisations, programs, events and activities that have been successful in significantly improving outcomes for participants, clients and communities.

The winners are announced in Brisbane on the 26/10/2018 and we are up against some very stiff and well deserving competition in our category.

Once again another big thanks to all our volunteers and Ranger Eugene from QPWS who helped build the new trails and skills park and the Sunshine Coast Council and Department of Sport and Recreation for the grants to make it all happen.


POSTPONED – Sugar Bag Road Flow Trail Official opening

POSTPONED – Sugar Bag Road Flow Trail Official opening


When: TBA
Where: The main event will be at the Sugar Bag Road Trails car park, between Alexander Street and Lawman Street. (see map below).

Join Mayor Mark Jamieson and Deputy Mayor Tim Dwyer to officially open this exciting new facility and celebrate the thriving Sunshine Coast mountain bike community.
• Bike demo’s from major bike companies
• Local food vendors
• Numerous trails to ride.

We’ll have the club marquee set up on the day so feel free to drop in for yarn and a lemon squash.

There will be very limited disability and VIP parking at the top. Official parking is front of Caloundra high school with a brief ride up to the event area.


In2Adventure are after volunteers for two upcoming events

In2Adventure are after volunteers for two upcoming events

In2Adventure will be hosting the Qld Cross Triathlon Championships and round 2 of Trail Run Australia in Landsborough on 27/28 October.  As there isn’t a MTB event as part of this weekend (that will be taking place in April), they were wondering if we might be interested in volunteering for the event in return for a donation to the club.

Dates: AM Sat 27 & AM Sun 28 October, 2018
Roles: Course marshals and Race HQ marshals
Club Volunteers:

  • Gift – event merchandise
  • Meal
  • 50% discount to enter the Sunshine Coast MTB Festival on 28 April, 2019

Bushrangers MTB Club

  • Donation: $30 per volunteer per event paid as a donation to the club.

Volunteer Information: https://in2adventure.com.au/about/volunteers/
Saturday: Up to 21
Sunday: Up to 13

If you’re keen please register with the volunteer link above. We have a time sheet with further information that we can email you, please email to [email protected] if you would like a copy.