Darwin Off-Road Cyclists now use Trailforks as our provider of mapping and trail information. Trailforks is a trail management system for outdoor enthusiasts, trail builders/associations, government and tourism. Trailforks is a crowd-sourced database which users help grow and maintain by submitting new trails, updating existing trails, submitting reports on trails and … [Read more...] about Trailforks
(Update. Trails now open) The World Cup Trail at Lee Point is temporarily closed to allow it to recover from the recent rains. Some water has pooled and created some muddy sections. The drainage has now been fixed. Now we're leaving it to dry before ruts are made through the soft patches. DORC riders are out checking on trails, making sure they are sustainable in the … [Read more...] about Temp trail closure Lee Point
Darwin Off-Road Cyclists are pleased to present our most comprehensive calendar ever. With 12 race-day events, and the skills training calendar included. We've also put some of your favourite non-DORC events to help plan your year of riding. Highlights in the calendar include a return of many of the popular events you've always loved, and more events on Saturdays. There's … [Read more...] about DORC 2020 MTB Calendar
If you’ve been to the old Pine Forest recently, you will no doubt be as disappointed as we are, that it is being used as a rubbish dump. We’re going to do something about it. Sunday 1st March is Clean Up Australia Day. Darwin Off-Road Cyclists will be doing our bit by cleaning up as much as we can, with the people we have. Date: Sunday 1st March 2020 Time: Start 8 am … [Read more...] about Clean Up Australia Day. March 1.
We have a couple more notifications of trees down in Charles Darwin National Park. One is on the Spitfire Trail, the other on Three Sisters. Please ride with awareness and caution. You can view the trail reports on Trailforks. As part of our memorandum of understanding with Parks and Wildlife, the trees have been reported and will be cleared in the next few days. … [Read more...] about Trees Down. Charles Darwin National Park.