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New Signs Lead The Way

New Signs Lead The Way

New wayfinding signs for mountain bike trail

Making the most of Warrnambool’s mountain bike trail has been made easier thanks to new directional signs.

A total of 60 signs have been installed at the Thunder Point mountain bike trail, directing people along three different loops.

Council provided $15,000 for the project via the Small Infrastructure Fund, with Warrnambool Mountain Bike Club volunteers installing the signs over a series of working bees along 7km of trail.

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Club Treasurer Graeme Wines said that the new signs made riding the trail easier for everyone, especially new riders.

“Because the tracks go all over the place, if you came in completely fresh you’d have a hard time knowing where you were, but now the arrows make that clear,” he said.

“There are three loops and they’re colour-coded – green, blue and purple – so it’s just a matter of following whichever circuit you want to do.

Warrnambool City Council Manager Recreation and Culture Alison Kemp said that Council was proud to support the upgrade of the mountain bike trail.

Mr Wines encouraged anyone with an interest in riding to visit the trail and consider joining the Warrnambool Mountain Bike Club.

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