Welby Black Run

Welby Black Run

This is the home track for Southern Highlands Cycle Club. the trails are mostly single track with a little bit of fire trails included. The trails are located on the edge of the township of Welby, just to the south of Mittagong and close enough to the Mittagong train station for a warm up ride to trailhead.

Narbethong Downhill MTB Track – Spring 2019

Narbethong Downhill MTB Track – Spring 2019

Want to see what’s been happening at Narby? Check out our latest video.

Narbethong Downhill Track has been around longer than most people have been riding. It’s located an hour and a half outside of Melbourne, Victoria near Marysville. At around 2.7km long it’s one of the longest and fastest trails in the state.

We’re kicking off the spring season with a heap of awesome events. Take a look at the build days, ride days and races that we have coming up soon.


Ride day dates

  • Saturday 5 October (women only)
  • Sunday 6 October
  • Saturday 16 November
  • Sunday 17 November

Build day dates

  • Sunday 8 September
  • Saturday 19 October
  • Saturday 23 November
  • Sunday 24 November

Race dates

  • Victorian Downhill Series – 30 November & 1 December

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125 kilometres – 3400 metres of climbing – 10 hours to complete.

Redefine your limits and get your dose of Suphoria at SEVEN, Australia’s Premier Gravel Race.

SEVEN links together Western Australia’s best trails and most spectacular climbs to form the ultimate one day challenge in Australian cycling. The 125km route features ten categorised climbs, with over 3000 metres of elevation gain. The scenery along the way is more typical of North American landscapes than how people typically imagine Australia to be. The route has been designed to be difficult, completion of all seven sectors will represent victory, SEVEN will redefine your limits, and succeed or fail, it will be an experience that you will remember forever.

With 237 competitors in 2018, 550 in 2019 and over 800 expected in 2020, SEVEN is fast becoming one of the most popular off-road events on the WA cycling calendar. The course starts and finishes in the picturesque township of Nannup, approximately 40 minutes drive from the major regional centres of Busselton, Bridgetown and Margaret River. Thanks to the unique topography of the valley and peaks between Nannup and Balingup, the ten major climbs of SEVEN are amongst the best that the State has to offer. These climbs range in length from 1.2km to 4.5km long with gradients frequently touching on 20%. The route has only 2.6kms of single track at the finish and virtually no fire trails. All the roads used in SEVEN are unpaved and well-formed with a mix of dirt, gravel, hard-packed clay, quartz grit and mica. They wind, climb, switchback and descend through pine plantations, state forest and farms. The best way we can describe the roads of SEVEN is “parallel single track”. They are exciting, challenging and magnificent to ride.

For more information: Video Credit: MN Film, thank you Marco Noe