Forum MTB Ride-Railway Reserve Midland to Mundaring and back

Re: Forum MTB Ride-Railway Reserve Midland to Mundaring and

Postby Baalzamon » Fri Sep 09, 2011 11:36 pm

Late notice
Heading off tomorrow!
Going to be in midland 9:30-9:45am and then I'm setting off with TNT on tour
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Re: Forum MTB Ride-Railway Reserve Midland to Mundaring and

Postby Baalzamon » Sun Oct 30, 2011 11:03 pm

Bit of a late response :)
The Railway trail was beautiful on my loaded touring bike. Did the kep track as well. Anyone want to do it before summer kicks in?
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Re: Forum MTB Ride-Railway Reserve Midland to Mundaring and

Postby hondaboy » Wed Nov 02, 2011 12:50 am

I rode this for the first time on sunday, well, a 15km loop from Midland maccas to the tunnel and back. Really keen to get out on it a bit more, such a cool trail.
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Re: Forum MTB Ride-Railway Reserve Midland to Mundaring and

Postby rolandp » Wed Nov 02, 2011 8:33 am

Baalzamon with a bit more warning (ie not the night before) would be interested subject to home and work time tables.
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Re: Forum MTB Ride-Railway Reserve Midland to Mundaring and

Postby Baalzamon » Wed Nov 02, 2011 2:52 pm

Thinking a few weeks away at this stage, I've got to get over the hurdle of a lower back issue and my left shoulder starting to freeze up again from my crash a few months ago. Cortisone is wearing off :(
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Re: Forum MTB Ride-Railway Reserve Midland to Mundaring and

Postby Phil » Wed Nov 02, 2011 6:35 pm

Depending on the time would be keen. Earlier in the day the better with the warmish weather coming on.

Kep is 70kms each way?
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Re: Forum MTB Ride-Railway Reserve Midland to Mundaring and

Postby Aushiker » Wed Nov 02, 2011 9:52 pm

Phil wrote:Depending on the time would be keen. Earlier in the day the better with the warmish weather coming on.

Kep is 70kms each way?


152 km return ... we being myself and ajh did it in about 12 hours all up, well I slowed ajh up so could be done quicker. Madrapper has a ride report here.

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Re: Forum MTB Ride-Railway Reserve Midland to Mundaring and

Postby Baalzamon » Wed Nov 02, 2011 11:01 pm

Was thinking to Bakers hill. Towards Northam when I was on it, the track was heavily eroded and in bad need of repairs.
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Re: Forum MTB Ride-Railway Reserve Midland to Mundaring and

Postby Phil » Thu Nov 03, 2011 2:46 pm

Baalzamon wrote:Was thinking to Bakers hill. Towards Northam when I was on it, the track was heavily eroded and in bad need of repairs.



Hmm a chance to try out the pie shop.

My max ride has been 75kms. so probably Bakers Hill is a good effort. Got the Railway Reserve ride down to 2hours, so hopefully won't slow you down too much. I am easy as to Saturdays or Sundays.
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Re: Forum MTB Ride-Railway Reserve Midland to Mundaring and

Postby jackthelad » Tue Nov 22, 2011 2:12 pm

Hey Guys and Girls,
How about a change of venue?
Day, Any Given Sunday or second mondays when i'm free
Do the kalamunda loop?
the new alignment of it
Start at the Calamunda camel farm
Must Haves are
1, Mtb hardtail or Dually, with offroad tyres and spares, ie not semi slicks
2, Camelbak or 3 litres of water
3, a little singletrack experience, but not necessary
4, Gloves and helmet etc
Any questions call or pm me
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we go as slow as slowest rider, posssibly me
No Group splitting fast/slow
And we pay the rent for parking at the farm,
with a coffee/ lunch break after, as respect and a thankyou
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Forum Ride, Kalamunda Loop, Sundays when possible?

Postby jackthelad » Tue Nov 22, 2011 2:16 pm

Hey Guys and Girls,
How about a change of venue?
Day, Any Given Sunday or second mondays when i'm free
Do the kalamunda loop?
the new alignment of it
Start at the Calamunda camel farm
Must Haves are
1, Mtb hardtail or Dually, with offroad tyres and spares, ie not semi slicks
2, Camelbak or 3 litres of water
3, a little singletrack experience, but not necessary
4, Gloves and helmet etc
5, Food
Any questions call or pm me
John

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P.S , this ride would not be a timed ride,
we go as slow as slowest rider, posssibly me
No Group splitting fast/slow
And we pay the rent for parking at the farm,
with a coffee/ lunch break after, as respect and a thankyou
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Re: Forum Ride, Kalamunda Loop, Sundays when possible?

Postby uglybob » Tue Nov 22, 2011 2:42 pm

FYI - doing the full loop (heading east from the camelfarm), including climbing rocky balboa twice (to do mercury street and then back up) is 26kms - just so people have an idea of distances :)
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Re: Forum Ride, Kalamunda Loop, Sundays when possible?

Postby jackthelad » Tue Nov 22, 2011 5:19 pm

you have the Garmin connect or GPX file for that?
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Re: Forum Ride, Kalamunda Loop, Sundays when possible?

Postby uglybob » Tue Nov 22, 2011 5:42 pm

nope - don't run a GPS sorry - have you seen the map WAMBA has produced? the circuit is now signposted too, so shouldn't be able to get lost :wink:
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Re: Forum MTB Ride-Railway Reserve Midland to Mundaring and

Postby Baalzamon » Tue Nov 22, 2011 5:47 pm

Well I'm easy to a sat/sun now. I'm back on the bike and am able to handle the distance to bakers hill and return mmmm the pies can't wait. Bring cameras as well or smart phone with camera for some great photo shots.
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Re: Forum MTB Ride-Railway Reserve Midland to Mundaring and

Postby Phil » Tue Nov 22, 2011 5:57 pm

Baalzamon wrote:Well I'm easy to a sat/sun now. I'm back on the bike and am able to handle the distance to bakers hill and return mmmm the pies can't wait. Bring cameras as well or smart phone with camera for some great photo shots.


3rd or 4th, or 10/11th of December works for me (in fact any weekend morning with notice). Parkingwise not at any of the known horror spots, like the carpark at the end of Morrison Road, as it is usually full of broken glass.
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Re: Forum MTB Ride-Railway Reserve Midland to Mundaring and

Postby Mulger bill » Wed Nov 23, 2011 10:05 pm

I've merged two nearly identical threads as they were close enough to the same as to make no difference.

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Re: Forum MTB Ride-Railway Reserve Midland to Mundaring and

Postby rolandp » Mon Aug 20, 2012 11:44 pm

I did the Railway Reserve loop on Sunday. My estimates would have been 100's of fellow cyclists doing the same, based on the number of people I passed doing the reverse direction to the way I was travelling.

Really nice to see some water in the creeks, and fantastic weather.

Let me know if you would like to join in and I will arrange another ride.
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