Mylor Bike Track

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Calling all BMX, mountain bike riders and recreational riders!

We want to understand more about your aspirations for riding in Mylor

Your feedback will help us understand what is important to you, what kind of riding you like to do and any other bike riding factors we need to consider.

We will collate all feedback we receive into a public report which we will take to an upcoming Council meeting.

We know bike riding is a much loved and very popular past time for people across a range of ages in the Adelaide Hills. And our Sport and Recreation Strategy

Calling all BMX, mountain bike riders and recreational riders!

We want to understand more about your aspirations for riding in Mylor

Your feedback will help us understand what is important to you, what kind of riding you like to do and any other bike riding factors we need to consider.

We will collate all feedback we receive into a public report which we will take to an upcoming Council meeting.

We know bike riding is a much loved and very popular past time for people across a range of ages in the Adelaide Hills. And our Sport and Recreation Strategy supports ‘non-traditional’ and unstructured recreation opportunities in the region (e.g. mountain biking and BMX).

Have your say now

  • Use the ideas tool to provide track ideas you like
  • Fill in the survey to tell us a bit more about riding in Mylor

Important information

  • Council has no funds allocated to a bike track
  • A bike track in Mylor Parklands is prohibited
  • Anyone in and around Mylor can have their say (you don't have to be a rider)
  • Get in touch if you want to chat with our team about your aspirations (engage@ahc.sa.gov.au)


Consultation closes 16 August.


Background

Asking the community about their bike riding aspirations has come about because Council want to develop a sustainable solution that is suitable for riders and protects the native vegetation in Mylor.

At the December 2019 Council meeting it was decided that bike tracks in the Mylor Parkland will be strictly prohibited to avoid further degradation to the native vegetation.

Signs have been installed in the Mylor Parklands outlining what activities can and can not be undertaken. Removing native vegetation is a criminal offence and anyone found damaging or removing vegetation may be fined.

Questions?

If you have any questions regarding this project, please contact us via engage@ahc.sa.gov.au or by calling 8408 0400.