Saturday, December 12

And to cap it all...

While the coolest place to be at Kaiteriteri this summer is up on the mtb tracks, the coolest thing to wear down on the beach is one of our caps.
At just $20, they probably represent about the best xmas present you could gift to someone special this year, unless you'd rather be the one attracting all the attention yourself...

Our Park logo looks terrific on all four colour options: black, royal blue, red & navy blue.

Contact us at to order (p&p $4.50 for 1-2 caps; $5.50 for 3 or more.)
Alternatively, the Kaiteriteri Store has stock, including dinky little bells for just $3. If bike bling is your thing, or you just want to make sure you don't have any unpleasant encounters on the tracks, these are a pretty useful accessory.
All sale proceeds go to funding track development.

Meanwhile, with the Opening behind us and the cessation of weekly working bees for the summer, a few keen trackies have turned their attention to some old favourites.
Before there was a Mountain Bike Park, there was little more than a few firebreaks that dropped down from spurs off the top ridge. Because of the extreme steepness at the top, they are high maintenance tracks and, if neglected for too long, deep ruts form in the soft granite soils.
This weekend, Kaiteriteri veterans Michael Brewer, Craig Skillicorn & Guy Trainor spent several hours carrying out remedial work on Flamin' Nora & Velocity. It was hot work but the reward comes with the fantastic views and riding the freshly-groomed tracks afterwards!
They're by no means finished so, if any locals want to do their bit to keep these tracks open & rideable, don't be shy...

1 comment:

  1. nice work! i might come and have look some time from elliot