NZTA have completed upgrading the underpass areas at Clive. Read more...
Clive is a friendly wee village, right at the heart of Hawke’s Bay Trails.
Thanks to the great team from NZTA we’ve been able to upgrade the bridge underpass areas to concrete - much safer and resilient. Please remember to still slow down, keep left and use caution on gradients or blind corners.
So enjoy next time you are riding through or just head to Clive for a coffee.
The Big Easy is an event not to miss this Easter. Find out more...
The Big Easy on the Hawke’s Bay Trails is the ultimate antidote to all those serious lycra laden cycling events held across the country. The Big Easy ride is approximately 42km and we encourage you to take all day and enjoy the many tasty Hawke’s Bay distractions along the way.
Its only $35 per adult and this includes an event T-Shirt and concert.The Big Easy ride start at Black Barn and will end at Church Road this year. We are thrilled to announce a stellar line up for this year’s Big Easy concert. Kicking off the festivities at 2pm are local talent IRIS and Sweetwater. This will be followed up with a special performance from The Magnificent Seven featuring Jordan Luck, Peter Urlich and Eddie Rayner backed by Brett Adams, Dave Gent, Bryan Bell and Patrick Khutze. The Magnificent Seven are set to take the stage, performing a line-up of big songs from the Dance Exponents, Th' Dudes and Split Enz, you'll be up on your feet dancing the afternoon away. There will be a range of food and beverage offerings available on-site including beer, wine, non-alcoholic beverages and bites to eat.
Register at www.thebigeasy.co.nz
Fancy a treat just off the trail on Sunday?
How does a delicious Rush Munro ice cream on your Sunday ride sound? This weekend, Sunday 25 February from 11am to 4pm the ‘O’ Team will be serving our ice cream from Rush Munro's old fashioned ice cream cart at Ormlie Lodge.
It's easy to find them. Just hop off the Hawke's Bay Trails at Lennox Park (or Poplar Lane - where the beautiful poplar glade is), found half way down Puketapu Loop on the Waiohiki Marae side. Head out the car park entrance gate onto the road, turn left and head down Omarunui Rd. In about 1km, on your right, you will find the beautiful Ormlie Lodge.
12 February 2018 - Check out our new dedicated website for everything you'll need to experience the fabulous the Hawke's Bay Trails.
We hope this useful tool will help you plan your journeys with us.
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