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With Ku ring gai natio park, BE VERY CAREFUL. It's pretty techy and the roads a bit rough. I took the car through there last night for a sus, I'll prob head there later this arvo with the bike.
Its always best to be careful, especially on group rides. Stay safe and good stuff taking the car through first.
 

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With Ku ring gai natio park, BE VERY CAREFUL. It's pretty techy and the roads a bit rough. I took the car through there last night for a sus, I'll prob head there later this arvo with the bike.
I live about 5 minutes away from the bobbin head rd side entrance of the park. I did it after only putting about 150km on my bike (and this is my first bike). I took it incredibly slow, but it was a very rewarding experience. Considering getting an annual pass for the national parks, as $11 each visit is quite pricey.

I did it once each way (entrance to entrance). If you go down there, make sure to stick to your own side of the road around the corners, as I have seen cars in the past come around them pretty quickly... Also be careful of cyclists as its quite popular with road bikers.

Does anyone know if Akuna Bay is pay to enter as well? It looks as though it is, but I've never been down there before.


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Just got back from Ku ring gai natio park. I would say it was easier to get through there on the bike than in the car. There were two tricky sharp corners on the way down, and some good twisties coming back up and through to Mona vale. At mona vale you can add Palm beach to the ride as it's right round the corner.

Picnic area if you wanna pack lunch.

It's a nice ride just take it easy going down the hill.
 

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South-west Sydney here. I've been out through nasho a few times and it's a great ride! Just be careful as someone spills oil from time to time (I'm guessing the locals trying to keep bikes out) so it can get sketchy!
Suggestions for routes: Old pacific highway, Putty Road, Wisemans ferry and the general North-West inland area towards the central coast is all pretty twisty. In saying that, I'm yet to visit any of those.
 

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South-west Sydney here. I've been out through nasho a few times and it's a great ride! Just be careful as someone spills oil from time to time (I'm guessing the locals trying to keep bikes out) so it can get sketchy!
Suggestions for routes: Old pacific highway, Putty Road, Wisemans ferry and the general North-West inland area towards the central coast is all pretty twisty. In saying that, I'm yet to visit any of those.
So your out kneedown and learners way. We're starting to get somewhere here.
 

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I'm in Pymble. I live about 5 minutes from the Bobbin Head entrance of the Ku-ring-gai national park. I did it a couple of weeks ago. So far I've only done about 220km on my bike, got it a month ago. Haven't ridden as much as I would have liked to, but slowly starting to ride more and more. I'm a learner, only got my license at the end of November.

Where is that first pic taken KOKONUT? It doesn't really look like the Bobbin Head Marina area, but not sure.
 

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I'm in Pymble. I live about 5 minutes from the Bobbin Head entrance of the Ku-ring-gai national park. I did it a couple of weeks ago. So far I've only done about 220km on my bike, got it a month ago. Haven't ridden as much as I would have liked to, but slowly starting to ride more and more. I'm a learner, only got my license at the end of November.

Where is that first pic taken KOKONUT? It doesn't really look like the Bobbin Head Marina area, but not sure.
Nah it's on the other side (McCarrs Creek Rd) follow signs to Akuna bay.
 
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