New Italy Mountain Bike Forest is a cross country trail network located within beautiful sclerophyll forests. The trails are for the exclusive use of mountain bikers only and are managed under a Forestry Corporation NSW occupation permit by Northern Rivers Dirty Wheels Mountain Bike Club Incorporated.
HOW TO GET THERE
The site is situated in Doubleduke State Forest, Tabbimoble approximately 7 kilometres south of Woodburn.
- Turn off the Pacific Highway into Swan Bay – New Italy Road at the popular New Italy Museum.
- At the end of this road you will reach a T-Intersection. Turn left into Forest Road (unsealed road).
- Forest Road merges into Cypress Road (an unsealed Forestry Corporation NSW fire trail).
- The carpark is on the left of Cypress Road about 100m past the Piccolis Road intersection.
There are no water or toilets available at this facility.
A trail map is provided in the car parking area and can be downloaded from our site.
All trails are sign posted.
MOUNTAIN BIKE TRAIL CODE OF CONDUCT
The trail network has been designed for the enjoyment of cyclists of a variety of abilities. Some trails will be more difficult than others. The network includes natural terrain, constructed technical features, obstacles, drop offs, bridges and steep land. The trail surface may change over time and make riding more difficult. Take care at all times and always ride within your ability.
- Always wear an Australian Standard certified helmet and appropriate safety gear.
- Ride only on the formed trails and do not take short cuts.
- Some trails may be one-way and others are multi-directional (refer to trail bollards).
- Stay off closed trails.
- Always be in control of your bike and ride within your abilities.
- Plan your ride and avoid riding alone.
- Carry a first aid kit and know how to use the contents.
- Do not ride in wet or muddy conditions as it causes trail damage.
- Share the trail and be courteous to other riders.
- Take your rubbish home with you.
- Do not disturb plants or animals.
- Construction of new trails and features must be approved by Northern Rivers Dirty Wheels Mountain Bike Club and Forestry Corporation of NSW.