Acton MTB rogaine

A great chance to roam around the area from Seven Mile Beach south through Lauderdale and down to Sandford, on foot or MTB.  This area has some beautiful coastline and hills, and the map will make the best use of the wonderful Tangara trail network that weaves throughout the area. With the chance for an easy and scenic stroll with maybe a stop for a cup of coffee along the way, or a challenging run or ride as you try and get all those controls, this course will have something to offer everyone.

But what does it involve? Is it weird or actually a really great thing you will wish you had discovered earlier? This might answer your questions:

Other details:

March 22, 2014 at 10:00am - 2pm
Acton (TBA)
Acton, TAS 7320
Google map and directions
Jeff Dunn

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  • Di Elliffe
    commented 2013-11-19 09:56:28 +1100
    Perhaps MTB event organisers are already reviewing their rules for power-assisted bikes. Sticking to legal definition of bicycles would be a good start i.e. assisted/auxiliary power.
  • Jeffrey Dunn
    commented 2013-11-19 08:13:34 +1100
    You would get by if you can read a street directory, but you might avoid some climbing if you know what contours mean!
  • Jeffrey Dunn
    commented 2013-11-19 08:05:10 +1100
    I expect electric bikes would be allowed, although it would be a new situation. Very much about everyone having a go.
  • Austin Greenwood
    commented 2013-11-19 07:52:11 +1100
    What about electric bikes, are they allowed?
  • Austin Greenwood
    commented 2013-11-19 07:50:10 +1100
    This looks like an interesting event. Do you have to know how to read a map?
  • Jeffrey Dunn
    published this page in Events & Rides 2013-11-18 17:47:40 +1100