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Latrobe Coastal Pathway leg complete

Some good news this week that the new Latrobe to Ambleside shared path is finished, providing the first link in the Coastal Pathway to Wynyard.

It runs alongside River Road from Thompsons Park to where the road goes inland. 

Once Devonport fills in the missing shared path link along the top of River Road, you'll be able to ride from Don to Latrobe, separated from traffic.

Hobart TrackCare wants your input
If you are into mountain biking in Hobart and want more say on the

City of Hobart's plans for trails, get along to their annual MTB talkfest on Thursday 22 April between 6 and 7.30 pm.

As their slogan says, "Don't just ride our tracks, help build them"!

It's on at Cascade Brewery but you'll need to register before turning up at

Lights, pedals, action!
A reminder that daylight savings finished last weekend which means for many of us getting out the bike lights, charging them up and putting them on the bike.
It's law that you must have a white light on the front of your bike and red light on the back visible for up to 200 metres and red reflector on the back visible up to 50 metres when light shines on it - if you don't, police can fine you $129 for each offence.
E-vehicles on show at Triabunna
With our regular e-bike expos on hold, you may want to get along to this e-vehicle show in Triabunna on Sunday 18 April from 9.30 am to see what's on offer for bike riders.
There will be owners, distributors and dealers featuring their electric bicycles, motorbikes, scooters, cars and commercial vehicles. 
If you'd like to show your e-bike, let the organisers know via Facebook or phone 0488 047 984.