Welcome to the Queenstown Mountain Bike Club

The Queenstown Mountain Bike Club formed in 2003, the main goal to develop the mountain biking trails and the biking community in Queenstown.  Since 2003 the Queenstown Mountain Bike Club has been instrumental in the development of popular mountain bike areas such as the 7 Mile Bike Reserve, Rude Rock, Wynyard Bike Park, Gold Digger and Huck Yeah – the newest addition to the Queenstown Bike Park.

The Queenstown Mountain Bike Club is purely run by mountain bike loving volunteers.  8 committee members and heaps of regular diggers are responsible for mountain biking in Queenstown being so rad.

Want to get involved or show your support?  Here’s how –

1. JOIN THE CLUB – all QMTBC Club membership fee’s go into the trail fund.
2. Buy and wear QMTBC merchandise – SHOP ONLINE now and become cool instantly.
3. Join the Wednesday night or Saturday morning digs – updates on Facebook.
4. Race or volunteer at one of our mountain bike events – all race fee’s go to QMTBC trails.
5. Sponsor a Queenstown Mountain Bike Club event – contact us.
6. Make a Donation – project specific or general funds are all put to great use.


Vertigo Summer Race Series Round 3 – Tues 16th Feb

vertigo-bikes-QueenstownMTB Square

The third round of the Vertigo Summer Series is fast approaching, next Tuesday the 16th at 7pm.  We are meeting at the usual spot this time, at the mid way clearing of the bike park.  This round is dedicated to McGazza, who loved to come along to these races just to be part of the […]

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Bike Maintenance & Repair Clinic – Outside Sports 17th Feb

Outside Sports Queenstown

Bike Maintenance and Repair clinic On Wednesday the 17th February, Outside Sports will be hosting their next fortnightly bike maintenance and repair night. The evening will demonstrate basic skills on keeping your bike running smooth this summer and avoid those frequent trips to your local mechanic. Space is limited to a maximum of 20 people which […]

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Wakatipu Chiropractic – Deals for QMTBC Members


Wakatipu Chiropractic massage therapist Hanna Wakeling is offering a members rates of $70/hour (normally $90).  Hanna is an awesome therapist who has worked with a lot of top athletes.  To snap up this offer you’ll need to see Hanna on a Thursday evening so call and get yourself booked in. They are also offering discounted Chiropractic […]

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Coronet Peak Construction Closures Update

Coronet Peak Queenstown MTB Closures

CORONET PEAK – CONSTRUCTION WORK AROUND BASE AREA – PLEASE NOTE: There are further temporary construction zone safety restrictions in place around the base area at Coronet Peak. You can no longer ride alongside the fence to access Corotown, and the XC or DH tracks. The only way to access this part of the mountain […]

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McGazza Memorial Ride & Commemoration Queenstown


  An indescribable sadness hit Queenstown this week with the news that local legend Kelly McGarry passed away. Our thoughts are with his partner Samantha & his family at this difficult time.  Kelly was a larger than life character in every sense & was a legend both at home & abroad, but at the same time […]

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Meet Ned Overend at Outside Sports – Thursday 11th Feb

ned Overend QueenstownMTB

Edmond ‘Ned’ Overend will be in Queenstown next week and is kindly offering his time for a meet and question session on the 11th of February. Ned will be at Outside Sports, 9 Shotover Street from 7pm to talk about his career, answer any questions, and meet fans and fellow mountain bikers. A bit about […]

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Just arrived – QMTBC DHARCO riding jerseys

Queenstown MTB QMTBC DHARCO Riding Jerseys

This is Ronnie dancing for joy at how amazing the new QMTBC DHARCO riding jerseys are. Queenstown Mountain Bike Club joined forces with DHARCO (an Australian bike wear company) to bring you these super comfy technical riding jerseys.  The QMTBC design features our logo and the topo lines of our favourite playground – Fernhill loop. […]

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Please don’t ride on NZ’s heritage sites


DoC has contacted us with a reminder that mountain biking on 19th century gold mining sites is illegal under the Heritage New Zealand Pouhere Taonga Act 2014 (it’s been illegal since 1975 as it causes damage such sites). The penalties are quite severe so it’s very important to respect this Act.  Also, biking in DoC Reserves […]

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