With approx 10 kms of mainly singletrack, the ride at Kambarang is challenging for those who want to take on the Over the Edge trail and some of the “Rock Gardens” will give you a good workout. However, there is also a beginners/kids track for those who are just getting started in mountain biking. While riding the trails is FREE and AT YOUR OWN RISK (you will be required to sign a waiver), it is strictly by appointment only.
Feel free to phone us on 0427 214 217 if you have any questions about using the trails or to book to ride. In the meantime take a look at the video below to get a brief idea of the trail.
There is about 10 km of mountain bike trail winding through the 100 acres of Kambarang – the home of Cycletrek. Some sections have been named and flows as below…
Close to the edge
…A testing 400 metres of flat, pure singletrack that’s tight and twisty and as the name says, takes you close to the edge of the ridge to give you an idea of the elevation of the property. . . pedal on . . .
The Water line
This trail gets faster, but is still tight. It follows our water line from the top water tanks to the cabin; and finishes with the famous, heart in the mouth log roll over. . . pedal on . . .
The Rock Garden
As its name suggests, incorporates the best of our rocks which is guaranteed to test you. Remember momentum is the key to get through the rocks and you are rewarded with nice flowing downhill singletrack. This is one of Barrie’s favourite sections of trail – testing you but rewarding as well . . . pedal on . . .
From the fence line there is a fast, flowing singletrack that takes you down onto the far side of the property. On this section of track, you get the reward first, but are then punished by a tough climb out of the gully . . . pedal on . . .
Over the edge
You’ve just had a rest after the climb, rolled over ‘number three’ loading ramp and let go, more fast flowing singletrack, then you reach the infinity line – turn right and don’t look down! There is nothing separating you and a fall over the edge. Over you go. This is fast with a couple of switchbacks and a few jumps thrown in – the triple jump seems to be a favourite . . . pedal on . . .