NRDW is a social and friendly mountain bike club that has organised rides and trail days. We also provide a united voice for mountain bikers in the local region for the purpose of advocating for sustainable and legal MTB facilities to become available in our area.

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    October 19, 2015GBOMB 2015
    Ouch….still feeling a bit tight from that GBOMB! What a great day. Once again, the GBOMB drew its record number of competitors with 233 entrants. We had a great attendance by NRDW club members and our presence was well noticed thanks to our sponsor supported marquee. Members competed in the 6 hour solo and team events. The club team draw ... Read More
    September 5, 2014Ride Report 5th September
    Here’s my ride report from the weekend. Sorry for the delay in getting this up. It was such a great weekend, I didn’t know where to start! We were contacted a few weeks ago by the Tweed Valley Mountain Bike Riders as they were looking at doing a club weekend up at Mt Joyce and heard we knew of a ... Read More
    September 2, 2014Armidale Ride
    We set off about 7.30 on Saturday morning, arriving in Armidale about midday to our intimate one bedroom/four person motel accom, complete with a ripper 80’s interior paint job, paintings to make Leonardo Da Vinci jealous and just enough room to fit four bikes inside to keep them out of the cold. It didn’t take long before Andy, Tony and ... Read More
  • Goonengerry20143
    Another awesome club social ride yesterday. We were thrilled to have 28 riders arrive at the Goonengerry Public School yesterday afternoon ready to head off on an adventure. As always we had a fantastic range of riders from those that ride regularly to a 14 year old who put many of us to shame and one rider who was on ... Read More
  • trail building
    I thought I’d let you all know how the trial event went at the Byron Bay Farmstay yesterday. Geoff spent a couple of days out at the Farmstay last week building a new bridge and opening up another 900m of trail through the grassy paddock. This meant we were able to hold the event over a 3.5 km loop. That ... Read More