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Liking Laps on Lexia Loop

25-Feb-2012

We've had positive feedback about Lexia Loop - the new 8km trail at Gnangara.

Completed just before Christmas, the new loop was developed with funding from the Department of Sport and Recreation to ensure that Gnangara riders would have somewhere to ride when the pines near Gnangara Road get cut down.

The timing of the clear-felling seems to have been deferred, so Lexia Loop (Lexia is the actual suburb name of the area) adds to the current riding options with a purpose-built trail in the cleared area north of the pine blocks.

Similar to the developed trails of Pinjar, the Lexia Loop is signed as one-way (although there is never a guarantee that no traffic will be coming the wrong way) and has various points where riders have the option of a longer or shorter ride. The trail is natural sand so it is best suited to more experienced riders and quads. If you've ridden the trail please give us some feedback. We hope to be able to develop more trail mileage in the area over the next twelve months.


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