SAMBA presents the Dirty Days Recreational MTB Series
Ever wished for an event where you can introduce your non-riding friends and family to the fun of riding off-road?
Need some tips on where to ride around Adelaide or how to improve your mountain biking skills?
Introduce your friends and family to the fun of mountain biking at SAMBA's Dirty Days.
Created by the South Australian Mountain Biking Association (SAMBA), Dirty Days is a three day recreational beginner and intermediate MTB series exploring some new, some old, and some classic mountain biking destinations in the Adelaide region. Each day includes Mountain biking skills sessions and supported rides for those starting out and longer marked loops for the more confident and adventurous to explore.
Register for the first Dirty Days at Belair National Park and Craigburn Farm on 12 August and support the SAMBA Trail Care mission to build and maintain sustainable trails in South Australia, while experiencing some of the first purpose built singletrack on DENR managed land, or undertake a skills session and then put those new found skills to use as you ride a shared-use fire trail network through koala filled eucalyptus forest as part of a led group ride.
You will also get the opportunity to learn more about the SAMBA Trail Care work at Prospect Hill and Cudlee Creek and learn how the trails are built to last the test of time, as well as discover the trails on the day.
Dates and locations
#1 Belair NP and Craigburn Farm, Sunday 12 August
#2 Prospect Hill, Sunday 30 September
#3 Cudlee Creek, Sunday 28 October
Register from $20/event and kids under 16 ride free. Your participation fee will go towards the SAMBA Trail Care mission to build and maintain sustainable trails in South Australia, so you can keep enjoying them!
Info and Register
For more information and to register, visit samba.asn.au.