• Bike jumps on the agenda

    Still some concern over safety at local tracks
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    UNHAPPY CAMPERS: A huge crowd of Wangaratta’s biking youth turned up to the track near the Ovens River on Wednesday, July 17, after school to view the demolition of the track they say took hundreds of hours to build. PHOTO: Steve Kelly

    DEVELOPMENT of local bike jump locations, and concerns about damage still occurring at existing tracks, will be on the agenda during a meeting at the Barr Reserve tomorrow.

    The meeting will focus on a track planned between Appin Park and St Bernard’s Primary School, and follows a gathering held recently which determined that a location near the frisbee golf course (adjacent to Barr 2 oval) would be best for a Barr Reserve track.

    The Rural City of Wangaratta’s other major bike jump project will be the pump track at Mitchell Avenue in Yarrunga, which council is working to deliver as soon as possible.

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