Caloundra Town Reserve Mountain Bike Trails

New Caloundra mountain bike trail is the Beez Kneez.

The first stage of the Caloundra Town Reserve Landscape Concept Plan site was delivered in late 2018 with the grand opening of the Beez Kneez black-diamond mountain bike trail.

The trail showcases the natural beauty of Caloundra’s Town Reserve and has been a drawcard for residents and visitors to the region.

The 900m trail set in natural bushland is the first of its kind on the Sunshine Coast with gravity flow trails, two major gravity generators, three wall rides, jumps, multiple timber skill features and a step-up finish.

In July 2020 council secured $1.32 million funding through the State Government’s ‘COVID works for Queensland Program’.

This funding will help deliver a new trail hub and complete the remaining mountain bike trails at Caloundra Town Reserve.

Planning works have already begun with construction due to start in January 2021, site and weather conditions dependant due to be complete in July 2021.

This project will deliver many firsts for our region:

  • The first pump track on the Sunshine Coast – a 400m² track designed for riders of all ages and skills. The ultimate goal is to complete the entire circuit without peddling
  • The first ever permanent dual slalom trail in Queensland – 360m of intense feature-filled fun as you race your buddy downhill to the finish line. This completion level trail will be the first one ever, in Queensland open to the public, these types of trails are normally only built for race events and then destroyed.
  • A dual XC trail that allows you to ride with your friends and see them flow through the forest with you.

On top of these trails there will also be a full amenities block built, plus a café and bike hire space to encourage more people to get out and have a go at the ride.

Sunshine Coast Council acknowledges the Sunshine Coast Country, home of the Kabi Kabi peoples and the Jinibara peoples, the Traditional Custodians, whose lands and waters we all now share.
We commit to working in partnership with the Traditional Custodians and the broader First Nations (Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander) community to support self-determination through economic and community development.
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