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The Personal Blog of Neil Ennis

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[...] Road down some fast descents and up more challenging climbs. The great thing about riding a mountain bike in this sort of country is that signs like “Bridge Closed” don’t cause any [...]

England Creek

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Timber and Gold

[...] jersey seemed to do the trick. I imagine this would be a bit harder in the warmer months. Thanks Eric and Paul for another fun ride! Related Posts: D’Aguilar – Conondale Epic Summer Creek Nanango [...]

Paradise

[...] , it must not be attempted without first obtaining permission of the relevant property owners. Thanks Eric, Darb, Becca, Paul and Tony for another memorable ride. Thanks to John R, Peter H, and Merv S [...]

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[...] , and I burned about 3,300 kcal. I’ll rate this ride 7.5 out of 10 on the tough-o-meter. Thanks Eric, Darb, Mike, Becca, Tom and Simon for a fun day out! For anyone who is looking for a [...]

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[...] bakery in Yarraman does tasty pies and has a great looking mountain bike hanging on the wall. Thanks Eric and Paul for a memorable ride! Related Posts: Labor Day 2012 Cooyar Mapleton National Park [...]

Delaneys Creek

[...] . Once we reached the small town of Delaneys Creek we kept riding westward up into the D’Aguilar Range. Although the road here was paved, it was steep, reaching gradients of almost 20% in parts. [...]

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[...] rolling along Wirth Road, twisting between quiet farms and slowly rising up into the D’Aguilar Range. Although it was summer, the morning breeze felt quite cool. Eric and Becca are much faster [...]

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[...] wouldn’t have to deal with stampeding livestock. Wisps of cloud streamed off the D’Aguilar Range to the east. I’ve often ridden up there, but have rarely seen it from this side. As [...]

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[...] no route in mind, planning to follow any un-ridden trails we encountered before finishing at Kobble Creek We decided to get the only climb of the day out of the way at the start of the ride while we [...]

Lakeside Epic

[...] Railway Station. Leaving the flat shoreline of the lake, we headed west into the hills behind Kobble Creek. Although the roads were paved, this was a hot and challenging section because of some of the [...]

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[...] ! Related Posts: Ocean View My Backyard Beerburrum to Woodford Around the Block Chilling at Kobble Creek [...]

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[...] and mountain bikes The final leg of our ride followed the shoreline of the lake back towards Neurum Creek. Around here the lake seems to poke long fingers into the land, forcing the dirt road to [...]

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[...] . We quickly reached the bottom of the descent, rolling through the boulder-strewn crossing at Emu Creek. Like most good things, the easy downhill roll came to an end, and we had to work hard to pedal [...]

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[...] the sky seemed higher. Eventually the plains gave way to a steep descent, and we dropped down to Emu Creek. Although this boulder-strewn creek is quite shallow, it becomes a raging torrent after heavy [...]

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[...] the trip more pleasant. So we headed west from Colinton, and through rolling farmland around Emu Creek. Westaway Road is a quiet track which devolves into a road reserve. We followed it north towards [...]

Cooyar

[...] gatgherings. In 1845, the Archer Brothers established huge sheep stations on Cooyar Creek and Emu Creek, further south. Several decades later, cattle drovers regularly travelled along stock routes [...]

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Jump!

[...] in 5 hours including breaks. I burned 2,500 kcal as we climbed about 420 metres in vertical ascent. I’ll rate this ride 6.5 out of 10 on the tough-o-meter. Thanks Clare, Anna, Eric, [...]

Western Branch

[...] just over 5 hours, including breaks. I burned about 2,500 kcal and we climbed about 1,200m in vertical ascent. I’ll rate this one 7 out of 10 on the tough-o-meter. It would be more difficult in hot [...]

Fighting Kids’ Cancer

[...] including breaks. Darb rode a whopping 150km. I burned over 5,000 kcal, and climbed 1,700m in vertical ascent. This ride was easer than we anticipated. We maintained a steady pace, kept well-hydrated, [...]

Bikes, Butchers and Baths

[...] . I loved it! We rode a total of 48km in six hours, including breaks. We climbed 1,350m in vertical ascent, and I burned 3,000 kcal. This is a tough ride with some long climbs – especially in the [...]

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