Under The Radar Details
This narrow, two-way trail is designed for cross country mountain biking. Walkers must be alert and considerate for mountain bike riders approaching from either direction.
At its eastern end, UTR begins 700 m along the Shelly Cove trail and crosses the northern and western slopes of Many Peak Range. It provides excellent views of the islands to the north and the Coral Sea beyond. There is a link 6.6 km along UTR that leads to Smedley's trail. At its western end, UTR begins 500 m along the Shelly Beach trail in Townsville Town Common Regional Park. UTR has rough surfaces and some steep sections. Trail users can return the way they came or may use the other trails and internal park roads to return to their starting point
Head to Cape Pallarenda. Ride up the Shelley Cove trail, past the World War II forts. Single track starts on opposite side to the water.
Local Trail AssociationTownsville Rockwheelers Mountain Bike Club (www.rockwheelers.com.au)
More Stats for Under The Radar mountain bike trail
Altitude change-25 ft
Altitude min28 ft
Altitude max225 ft
Altitude start58 ft
Altitude end33 ft
Distance climb3.3 miles
Distance down3.2 miles
Distance flat3,261 ft
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Under The Radar Trail Reports
Sep 7, 2016 @ 9:41pmSep 7, 2016
|The entire trail has been brushcut and chinee apple cut back. It is as good as it gets.|
Aug 19, 2016 @ 8:07pmAug 19, 2016
|Bit rocky as per usual|
Jul 17, 2016 @ 2:45pmJul 17, 2016
|Minor trees over trail which does not impact ridability at all. One corner with small amount of mud but would have dried by Sunday. Raining Sunday...|
Jun 18, 2016 @ 6:21amJun 18, 2016
|Good condition at the moment. Grass all cut back. Repairs to previously eroded sections complete.|
May 19, 2016 @ 11:25amMay 19, 2016
|Under the Rader has been cut back, I was out there on Thursday last week and they were cutting it back than.|
Routes with this trail
|Targa 2016 - Pallarenda Stage race||13.9 miles|
|2015 Targa Townsville race||53.5 miles|
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