Back on Track Physiotherapy – 50% Discount!

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Back on Track Physiotherapy can help you get back on your bike with $15 ACC Physiotherapy Treatments for all Queenstown mountain bike club members.

That’s a huge 50% discount!!

Open 8am to 7pm weekdays.

Just bring in your QMTBC card to qualify.

Happy Riding

Back On Track Physiotherapy
50 Gorge Road
PO Box 1018
Queenstown

Tel: 03 442-6616
Fax: 03 442-6626

Web : www.backontrackphysio.co.nz

2 thoughts on “Back on Track Physiotherapy – 50% Discount!

  1. Hi there,
    As an avid long time mountainbiker in Queenstown, I truly appreciate all the great work done on new trails and old ones in the area.
    However, one thing that I worry about is the loss of natural technical track in the area. There aren’t that many stretches left like parts of Arawata track and 7mile carpark southwest. Many of the trails end up groomed for ease of riding (or walking), but that doesn’t leave much left for those of us who like a bit of a challenge… uphill or down. It would be nice to know if these last bastions will be retained, or whether the digger is imminent !!

    Cheers
    Rene

    1. Dear Rene

      Thanks for your feedback and input with regard to trail management in the district.

      Trail sanitisation is a much talked about topic within the local biking community and one we take great interest in.

      Many trails outside of QMTBC managed areas have been widened and gravelled with the view to catering towards families, walkers, those in wheelchairs and cycle tourists, in order to make accessing trails available to everyone. This has seen some old favourites go under the bucket and we understand how frustrating it can be to lose a favourite piece of trail.

      QMTBC recognises that technical trail riding is as important as the easy stuff, which is why the club has put spades in the dirt creating technical trails like GSD and pack track and sack, as well as taking on the management of fernhill loop which includes an awesome new network of single track trails built within the native forest. Some of these will be very much aimed at technical riders and we hope will satisfy your passion for quality, hand built, singletrack tech.

      In a nutshell, we live in too beautiful a pale to only have black/double black tracks. The outdoors needs be accessible to all, and this is what has led to trail sanitisation in areas.

      If you’d like to be involved in the making of our new trails, QMTBC holds volunteer digs every Wednesday night and Saturday morning. Keep an eye on the QMTBC Facebook for details! https://www.facebook.com/QMTBC

      Hope you have a rad summer

      Jimmy Carling
      President

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