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Our Mountain Bike Community

The hub, heart &
Harry-hardcores
of Bike Glendhu

It only takes one look from the top of Glendhu Station to see why we just couldn’t keep this stunning slice of New Zealand to ourselves. This land was born to be shared amongst two-wheeled explorers from near and far of all skill levels, and our ethos is designed to make darn sure it stays that way.

We began by building a network of mountain bike trails that welcome riders of all abilities. Next step was creating a supportive and friendly vibe that flowed from our staff and ambassadors all the way down to our riders. Back patting and up thumbing are highly encouraged. Then we needed a place for you all to share tips, quips and a hearty meal, so created an off-the-grid hub for hangouts, workshops and events.

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Base 334

You can’t have a community-conscious bike park without a good hangout spot. Where would everyone go to share their tips, pics, scrapes and two-wheeled tales?

We’ve created the perfect place for you to relax, refuel and refresh – though there’s always the lake across the road. Here you’ll find hearty food, cool beverages and the required facilities. It’s also the home of all our workshops, events and where you’ll have the highest chance of rubbing shoulders with world-class riders and local legends. Be cool, ok.

Base 334 – Glendhu Station was initially surveyed as Run 334 or “Roy’s Run” in 1859, by John Roy of Wellington, so we’ve named our base buildings as a nod to the history attached to this plot of land.

The like-minded folks working with Bike Glendhu