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Two Creeks Track

Average Rating:    (3.7 of 5)

No. of Reviews: 10

This trail has everything. It has downhill fire trail, Up and downhill technical singletrack, smooth rolling singletrack, a small avalanche, overhanging rocks etc. The trail follows the shoreline of Middle Harbour for a few kilometres. I find the trail best if I turn around at the other end, and then do it in reverse. It is fast in both directions. Watchout for walkers, as usual, but dogs too, people like to take them on this trail.
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Latitude
-33.77030054809328
Longitude
151.17908477783203
Trail Directions
Head East from the station at Lindfield. Go down the main road there, and the trail starts in the dip.
Trail Length
8 miles return
Trail Level
Intermediate
Trail Type
Singletrack & Fire Roads
City/County
Lindfield
   


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Review Date
January 2, 2014

Overall Rating
 2 of 5

Aerobic Difficulty
 2 of 5

Technical Difficulty
 2 of 5

Ridden Trail:
Once a year

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Reviewed by: Roger ,  Cross Country Rider

Summary:
Trail is closed to vehicles, horses and BIKES.



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Review Date
July 7, 2006

Overall Rating
 5 of 5

Aerobic Difficulty
 1 of 5

Technical Difficulty
 3 of 5

Ridden Trail:
Once a month

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Reviewed by: Australia ,  Cross Country Rider

Summary:
This is a great trail.

I mostly start at the bottom of the dip of Arterial Road, because the stairs that come down from the tennise courts are scary :P

Be careful of old people and families walking the trail. 95% of people around here are good people and will yield the trail if you slow down to pass them.

The trail has nice steps, small drops and a few jumps, all rolled up in a nice package of rolling singletrack.

(Dont go on Mothers day/ other similar days as young familys with toddlers and grandparents/ invalids are out in force)

Recommended Route:
I start at the bottom of the dip on Arterial Road. You are on a firetrail for the first couple of hundred metres, if you willing to put the effort in and sprint you can get some nice air of the jumps. The firetrail ends appbruptly and you have to walk up the big set of stairs/ unrideable rocks. There is a short section which you can ride followed by another walk. Then there is a great section of singletrack that that rolls gently downhill with rocks and drops. The trail takes a sharp right hand turn an brings you to a three way intersection. You can head up the hill to get back to a road (somewhere in the back of Lindfield).

Or you can cross the tiny bridge into the second section. The second section is technically simpler by involves a bit of pedalling. There are a few more tiny drops and roots. You will eventually come to a fork. Which will either take you down towards the water or slightly uphill. You will pass underneath Roseville Bridge. If you turn uphill the trail will eventually come out about 30m from a very quiet childrens playground with a benches and a table if you want a rest. Simply follow the road up the hill and you will end up on the Pacific Highway.

Other recommended trails in the same area:
Cascades and Pipeline are great for those who are more downhill orientated/ want to get the exercise of climbing back out.



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Review Date
March 15, 2002

Overall Rating
 5 of 5

Ridden Trail:
Once a week

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3.00 of 5, 4.00 votes

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Reviewed by: Wazzaa , from Ch@ty

Summary:
Tha 2 Kreeks is a sweetness track. A combination of bummin, ridin and bungerin makes it a very sweeeet arvo/morinin/evenin/woteva. Comin down from lindfeild oval is kwite fun, then head along the fire trail - has some kewl jumps 2 get sum HUUUUUGGGGGEEEEE air off. U hafta carry ur bike up the nxt bit. THen theres tha dh section which is a bit technical but good fun. From then on the track opens out in2 some good single trail 2 rip up - good fun. Make sure u bum @ the spot nxt 2 the second bridge. Another gr8 bum spot on the trail is under the roseville bridge and dun 4get 2 chuk BIG rox @ the pipe. If u wna challenge, push ur bike up the hill unda the roseville bridge and ride bak down. On the way bak, chek the abandoned bridge on the fire trail section. Its mad place 2 lite LUng bung bungs. All up this trail rox cos it has a bit ov everything. Ride it m0n.

Recommended Route:
Down from tha lindfeild oval is madness wif kewl stairs 2 ride down.

Other recommended trails in the same area:
Manly dam, oXford falls (big gay muthafukka ov a hill 2 ride up tho) artarmon reserve (w000000000t), explosives reserve in castle cove (again w000000t), and castle cove golf corse - do sum biiiiig skidz on tha greens



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Review Date
March 15, 2002

Overall Rating
 5 of 5

Ridden Trail:
Once a week

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Reviewed by: Brendan , from Sydney, Australia

Summary:
A very sweet track. My favourite, done it heaps. Plenty of stairs going down from the tennis courts. Then the fire trail part has some pretty decent jumps thrash it along this part. You have to carry the bike a bit to get up some rocky sections. There are rocky sections going both ways from roseville bridge is the best rocky section. There are some good small spread out steps that are good to drop off and fun to ride up. It also has a good bit of singletrack. A very important part of riding this track is bumming. I reccomend the rest spot where the track splits and there is the little bridge and the stone seat. Another good bum spot is a rock looking out over middle harbour it is about half way through the rocky section coming from the tennis courts. This is a very good spot to let off bungers which are essential to bring. There is a nice fat echo there. Another good spot to let off bungers is an abandoned bridge near the end of the fire trail bit there is a big red sign there warning you to not cross or something. It is quite high up, a bit rickety, and has some gaps. Dropping bungers of is mad. Also if you want to ride down a crazy set of stairs there is a good set near the start of the fire trail bit branching off the track.
Youll recognise if im there if u hear bungers, see me bumming with fellow riders. My bike is a very gay Gary Fisher with a fat back red tire though i hope im getting a nu 1 soon if u recognise me on the track from this review say hi!!

Recommended Route:
Go down the track from the tennis courts - heaps of stairs- the more the merrier. After the rock climbing place theres a split hang a left round the corner follow down. Here you will find a more open fire trail part with some decent jumps just follow all the way along after quite a while theres a split - turn left across the little bridge and continue to roseville bridge, then turn back and do it all the other way.

Other recommended trails in the same area:
Manly Dam, Oxford Falls(make sure you have someone with a car to bum a lift back up the hill with it is a fucking fat gay hillto ride up heaps)



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Review Date
March 1, 2002

Overall Rating
 4 of 5

Ridden Trail:
Once a week

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Reviewed by: XC Dude , from Sydney

Summary:
Head along the trail that goes beside the tennis courts, go down the stairs when you get to them and follow track along past all the rock climbers, take the left hand turn that goes down some more steps and then just hang on as the next hundred meters are quite technical - it gets harder as it goes down but finishes at the start of the original review. The trail maintanence was completed a while ago and they have also done some backburning recently which has widened the track and made it faster. We normally ride to the bridge turn around and come back. Heaps of fun in both directions enough trick bits to keep you interested and no big hills nice and undulating.

Recommended Route:
Can start from Lindfield tennis courts for something a bit more exciting

Other recommended trails in the same area:
Head over to Manly Dam, Oxford falls and Read Hill if you want more excitement



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