Tags

Feeds / Lazy Fern blog feed

  • Tagged as:
  • cycling
  • sport
  • places
  • makara
  • blogs
  • This feed was last read 2 minutes ago

    This feed is published by: The Lazy Fern Track Blog.

    To subscribe to this feed, enter the following location into your feed reader.

    This feed currently contains the following newsitems (total count 19):

        • 20 Dec 2007
        • The Lazy Fern Track Blog
        • Lazy Fern in ACTION! What can we say What a great track What a great race What a great day What a great bunch of supporters May the digging continue long into the future
        • Not tagged

        • 20 Dec 2007
        • The Lazy Fern Track Blog
        • In late December 2005 strange thrashing and grunting noises were heard from the bush above South Kaori Stream.
        • Not tagged

        • 25 Oct 2007
        • The Lazy Fern Track Blog
        • Not quite sure if it’s office fever, or the lure of pizza, but the Wednesday night sessions have been going off.
        • Not tagged

        • 18 Oct 2007
        • The Lazy Fern Track Blog
        • Some more pics from Wednesday night
        • Not tagged

        • 18 Oct 2007
        • The Lazy Fern Track Blog
        • Another great after work, work party was held last night with a small but dedicated group working on switchbacks number 2 and 3, plus a huge amount of widening in between, the track is looking goood.
        • Not tagged

        • 18 Oct 2007
        • The Lazy Fern Track Blog
        • Some more pics of the GVN
        • Not tagged

        • 18 Oct 2007
        • The Lazy Fern Track Blog
        • Tuesday started of a beautiful fine day for the Global Volunteers to get out and experience some good old Kiwi track building; shame the weather crapped out on them by lunchtime. They were steadfast in there approach though and carried on through the worst of it for an hour or so in the afternoon. Thanks for the help and hope you enjoy the rest of your stay in NZ.
        • Not tagged

        • 18 Oct 2007
        • The Lazy Fern Track Blog
        • The Council contractors are moving along quickly with the bridges and retain wall at the bottom of the track.
        • Not tagged

        • 4 Oct 2007
        • The Lazy Fern Track Blog
        • What more could you want from an after work track building session, good company, good progress, good pizza and good beer.
        • Not tagged

        • 4 Oct 2007
        • The Lazy Fern Track Blog
        • Another busy day on Lazy Fern was had on Tuesday. The Conservation Corps led by Jonathan widened another 50 mtrs of track in the morning and then got a lesson in the afternoon on using the power barrow. Work was done on the Swig Connector and gravel was laid on around one third of the track. This is all part of opening up the Lazy Fern track for all to ride.
        • Not tagged

        • 1 Oct 2007
        • The Lazy Fern Track Blog
        • On a windy, grey old day a small but effective team finished off about 200 metres of track, so we are now well into the 'Switchback Zone'.
        • Not tagged

        • 28 Jul 2007
        • The Lazy Fern Track Blog
        • A working bee last Sunday saw the first 90mtrs of Lazy Fern widened to its proper finished width of 1.
        • Not tagged

        • 15 May 2007
        • The Lazy Fern Track Blog
        • Incredible progress has been made since our last entry on this blog.
        • Not tagged

        • 9 Jan 2007
        • The Lazy Fern Track Blog
        • Slow but steady.
        • Not tagged

        • 2 Dec 2006
        • The Lazy Fern Track Blog
        • The last day of Mo-vember saw a crew of 3 likely lads push through a few hundred meters of scrub to finish the track design for Lazy Fern.
        • Not tagged

        • 17 Oct 2006
        • The Lazy Fern Track Blog
        • Actually, as you can see, it's not always my fault that I don't get good photos!
        • Not tagged

        • 17 Oct 2006
        • The Lazy Fern Track Blog
        • Here are a few more photos. Just for those that are interested, the switchback involves almost as much work as 100 metes of siddling track. We have to dig out a huge amount at the top of the turn and barrow it down to the bottom of the turn, so that the end result will be a gentle, 3-metre radius turn.
        • Not tagged

        • 17 Oct 2006
        • The Lazy Fern Track Blog
        • Another 100 metres was built on Lazy Fern last Sunday, which was quite a surprise for everyone, becuase we had planned to work on T3, but it was too windy.
        • Not tagged

        • 28 Sep 2006
        • The Lazy Fern Track Blog
        • The track has already been started and a good 100-200mtrs is rideable from the bottom.
        • Not tagged

    Updated Feeds

    Recently updated feeds from local organisations.