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      Trevs Track – A small inner city loop that uses existing walking tracks, so they do not flow as well as they could. Most of the MTB loop track has been gravelled, but some sections can get a bit tricky when wet. Watch out for walkers and dogs!

      This Park was first established as “Tomlinson’s Paddock” and later named Jubilee Park after Queen Victoria’s Jubilee in 1887. The Jubilee Park mountain bike circuit was the clubs second MTB area, after Signal Hill. It was designed and developed by Trevor Gerrish (a past president and founder of MBO) and club members and the Dunedin City Council. Local mountain bikers know the circuit as “Trevs Track”. Jubilee Park used existing rough walking tracks as MTB tracks, so they do not flow as well as they could. Most of the MTB loop track has been gravelled, but some sections can get a bit tricky when wet. Redwoods/Wakari Creek are easier for beginners to ride than Jubilee as they were purpose built. Opened officially in April 2000.
      Primary Trail Type: Cross-Country
      Access Info:
      From the Octagon, head along Princess St to the Exchange. Turn into Rattray St then into MacClaggan St and pastthe Harvey Norman building on the right and the Warehouse on the left. Ride up Serpentine Ave for about a kilometre and then turn right into Maori Rd at a four-way intersection. A Jubilee Park sign is about 100m up the road on the right. There is a small car park on the edge of the playing field for vehicles.
      Single loop track forming a rough figure of eight. This track is fun for riders of any ability and ideal for families. It is recommended mountain bikers ride in the direction of the arrows shown on the map.
      Track features: easy-going gravel and a few steps to keep you sharp
      Class: Most sections Grade 2, ride at pace or at night-time with lights and they get trickier.
      Grade: Undulating gravelled single track
      Elevation: 80m – 120m (50m range)
      Under the wheel: dirt, roots, gravel, and at times walkers and dogs... and the odd grumpy old lady
      When to ride: after a spell of dry weather and at night for more advanced riders.
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      Total Distance
      3,381 ft
      Total Descent Distance
      1,349 ft
      Total Descent
      179 ft
      Highest Trailhead
      353 ft
      Total Vertical
      97 ft
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