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.

 


Economic Impact Study Shows Mountain Biking Brings in Millions

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The Mountain Scene reports that bikers are bringing in millions. We commissioned this study by TRC Tourism over a year ago and it shows the massive impact mountain biking has on Queenstown’s economy. The study reports that $65 million is spent by mountain bikers in our town each year and $25 million stays in the […]

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Change of Date for AGM to Monday 26th June

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Sorry folks we’ve had to change the date for the AGM which was announced last week. The Queenstown Mountain Bike Club AGM will now be held on Monday 26th June 2017 at 7pm at Lonestar Queenstown Come along, hear about all the cool stuff the committee has been up to and about the plans for the […]

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Big Bike Film Night – Thursday 8th June

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The Big Bike Film Night is coming to Queenstown on Thursday 8th June at The World Bar. Tickets are $20 and limited to 130 so get in quick if you don’t want to miss out The Big Bike Film Night is a showing of the best cycling short films from around the world.  Spinning some wheels […]

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Save the Date for the QMTBC AGM

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The Queenstown Mountain Bike Club AGM is set for Tuesday 20th June 2017 at Lonestar Queenstown Come along, hear about all the cool stuff the committee has been up to and about the plans for the next year. Sadly a few of our awesome committee are stepping down this year so we have a few spots […]

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7 Mile Upgrades

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During May and June the QMTBC has an approved contractor doing some scheduled maintenance and upgrade works on the mountain bike trail network. (Kachoong, Cool Runnings, Eagles nest entry). Some access to tracks during this time will be limited or closed. Alternative detours will be in place. Please respect all closures for your own safety […]

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End of Season Party this Saturday!

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Atlas are throwing the annual season closing party this Saturday. They are taking over Farelli’s and expanding the outdoor licensed area so there’ll be heaps of room. They’ll be wheeling out the BBQ to bring us some delicious food. Heaps of prizes to be won in the raffle! And as always there’ll be some delicious […]

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Our submission to QLDC’s 2017/18 Annual Plan

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The Queenstown Mountain Bike Club (QMTBC) was founded in 2003 with the express purpose of facilitating the development of mountain bike trails and biking areas within the Queenstown area in a coordinated, safe and legal manner. Over the last decade and a half the club has built or adopted the maintenance of over 40 trails […]

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Time is running out to make submissions for QLDC’s Annual Plan

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We only have a couple of days left to get submissions in for this year’s QLDC Annual Plan. We have asked for funding in previous years and have not been awarded it. This year we are making a push to get as many supporting submissions as possible. We ask that you please make a submission, […]

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One thought on “Time is running out to make submissions for QLDC’s Annual Plan

  1. Hi there
    Just to let you know I made my submission to the QLDC. Good luck guys you so deserve it! Cheers Amanda

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