The You Yangs Mountain Bike Club was developed as a not-for profit organisation to assist with the improvement and maintenance of the Mountain Bike Park, raising funds via Racing, Events and Shuttle Days.
The You Yangs MTB trails are not government funded. We have been building and maintaining trails since 2010. All work is done by volunteers, donations & dedication. Our ride days & events are purely fundraisers.
A small group from the trail crew will be removing boneseed weeds and clearing sight lines on track 6 (Latic Acid) from 9am Sunday. The trail will be closed while the crew is at work. All other trails remain open to ride. ... See MoreSee Less
Happy Thursday! A few updates to share from Parks Victoria * Kurrajong carpark has been repaired and open for use. * Drysdale Road carpark is still closed. Repairs should be finished ready to open for the weekend. * The blue section of the Stockyards Management Track shown on the map in the image is CLOSED due to serious erosion issues. This is closed to everyone including walkers, runners and riders. All MTB trails can still be accessed. * All MTB trails are OPEN
The You Yangs are the busiest they have ever been with usage more than doubling since the park has re-opened. Please remember to respect the social distancing guidelines and trail etiquette while out enjoying the trails. ... See MoreSee Less
GOOD NEWS! Parks Victoria will open the You Yangs Regional Park and all trails from Wednesday the 13th of May 2020 The only exceptions to this are * Kurrajong Picnic Ground Car Park * Eliminator Track * Turbulence (Track 10) These have significant damage from rain and repairs are being organised by Parks Victoria.
As exciting as this is please following these few basic rules; 1. Yes you can be outside in groups of 10 but you must maintain 1.5m social distancing. Use your voice let people know you would like to pass and be patient until they have an opportunity to let you pass. 2. Do not hang around at the trail heads, maintain your social distance. 3. Maintain good hygiene. Avoid touching or sharing other peoples equipment. There is limited water in the park so come prepared with your own hand sanitiser. 4. Ride within your limits. The last thing we want to do is put additional pressure on the Emergency Services. 5. The trails have not been used for a while so may find that sticks or trees could have fallen on the trail and with the rain, additional ruts may have developed.
Please respect these rules and use common sense so we can continue to enjoy the trails. We do not want the You Yangs to be closed down because it becomes a hot spot for the spread of this disease. ... See MoreSee Less
We know everyone is keen to hit the trails following the relaxing of restrictions announced by Daniel Andrews earlier today as we have already received heaps of emails and messages asking if the trails will be open on Wednesday.
We have checked with the local ranges and unfortunately they are waiting for information from the Parks Victoria CEO before they can confirm when the trails will re-open.
At this stage please do not make any plans to ride at the You Yangs. We will update you as soon as we receive an official update from Parks Victoria