Demo Day Details:

In conjunction with the good folk at the Kaiteriteri MTB Club, we are stoked to be hosting a Dig Day on Sunday August 30th.

The plan for the day is building a new trail entrance to the ‘Karmakaze’ track.
For those that don’t know, ‘Karmakaze’ is a super flowy, hand built track that drops in from the very top of the park.
It currently shares the same entrance as Rockface but will soon get it’s own identity.
So, if you want to sculpt some dirt & put your own mark on the hill and earn some valuable trail karma in the process (can’t put a price on that), here’s what you need to know:

WHERE
Meet at 8.45am ready for a 9am departure at top of the Marahau Hill saddle at the forestry gate.
We can shuttle people from here at 9am, up the forestry road 2km to the top of Rockface.
You are welcome to ride your bike if you want.
Children under 18 will need a parent or guardian to sign in and supervise should they wish to participate.

WHAT TO BRING
Friends
Tools if you can. (they are provided but please BYO if you have a favourite)
Suitable clothing for both hot and cold weather.
Sturdy/protective footwear, gloves are also recommended
Snacks and fruit are also provided, but plan to be out there for around 4 hours.

FREE LUNCH – from 1pm
Post Dig we will meet at the Kaiteriteri beach reserve at 1pm to enjoy a gourmet BBQ and beer/refreshments for all participants.
Important - Please register here as 'going', so we can be ready for you.

AFTERNOON RIDE – from 3pm
After a relaxing lunch, we’ll aim to get out together for a couple of laps in the park.
Demo bikes will be available to ride, so if you want to try the new Enduro or compare a Levo SL with a Levo we can make it happen.

Tell your mates, and see you there

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