Silent Revolution MTB

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A place for those from the Apple Isle to get connected and introduce themselves.

Location: Tasmania, Australia
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Latest Activity: 6 hours ago


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Huon Winter Challenge 2011

Started by Celia Lanham. Last reply by Celia Lanham May 9, 2011. 1 Reply

OK, I am going to try to get some things happening on the Tassie site, although I am very new to bike riding, let's see how I go.  Starting with the Huon Winter Challenge 2011.  Not an easy one to…Continue


Started by Chica Nov 25, 2010. 0 Replies

Introduce yourself by telling us a bit more about you!Name:Suburb: (no need to be specific if you don't want to, general area is fine eg Eastern Sydney)What brings you to Silent Revolution?:What…Continue

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Comment by Axel 6 hours ago

That's great Kall - keep us update on the MTB in Tas - there is a lot happening there.

Comment by kall yesterday

Thanks Axel, have joined the Launceston fb page. Did some riding at Penguin last weekend which was interesting fun track.

Comment by Axel on July 21, 2014 at 20:13

Hi Kall,

Try and send a message to Celia - she is on the group or contact the Launceston Mountain Bike Club - they have a facebook page. OR go into the AVanti shop - run by Ben ? MTB rider ( partner of Rowena Fry) .. Hope that helps.

Comment by kall on July 21, 2014 at 17:52

Hi everyone. I am in Launceston for a year...starting, now. I was wondering if anyone has info to share on riding in the area. I have riden Kate Reed, which is cool. Trevellyn is way too wet yet. What about other...any info would be really appreciated, especially gps traces...thanks

Comment by Celia Lanham on January 11, 2012 at 9:48

Hi Maree, hope that this hasn't got to you too late.  Heaps of great trails in Hobart apparently, although I am from Launceston and have only ridden the North South track down there which I highly recommend.  It starts on Mt Wellington and ends at the Glenorchy MTB park.  Pop into Ride Bellerive as they are very helpful and are part of a really good biking community.  Happy riding

Comment by Maree Griffiths on December 26, 2011 at 17:45
Hi. I am visiting Hobart for a few weeks and someone suggested that it was a great area to mountain bike ride. I am fairly new to mountaining biking but I am fairly fit. Can anyone suggest any good rides? Thanks!
Comment by Celia Lanham on August 2, 2011 at 14:23
Hi All, I am coming down to Hobart this weekend for a mtb ride on Saturday morning.  My brother in law is taking us for a 30 - 40km mtb ride somewhere, not sure exactly where, with a regular group.  If anyone is interested let me know and I will get some details to you.  Cheers, Celia
Comment by Celia Lanham on July 25, 2011 at 17:57
We're also from Launceston, is much closer to Cradle Mountain then Hobart. All the best with your planning and just message me if you need to know anything else. Cheers, Celia
Comment by Fay Cunningham on July 25, 2011 at 13:18
Nice thanks will ensure we are well provisioned. Will fly to Launceston via Melbourne
Comment by Celia Lanham on July 25, 2011 at 12:32

I believe that we are hiring a camper through Hertz, my husband did quite alot of research and we found that to be the best for our needs.  We are hiring a 'winnebago' style camper as we have two kids who will be coming along and also the one we have allows for a fifth person as Paul's brother will also be racing.  This is a very popular option so again, I would book it sooner rather then later.


The West Coast of Tasmania is very unpopulated, no major cities at all.  All the towns that you will be staying in are very small country towns so you will need to be well stocked up on provisions.  They do have small supermarkets, but very expensive.  There are no bike shops, although I believe that some bike parts will be for sale for the Wildside racers, it would be a good idea to make sure that you have all your bike needs and spares et before you head to Cradle Mountain.  Chemists are few and far between. The same for your energy drinks, bars etc.  Are you flying into Hobart or Launceston?


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