Great Southern Grammar's Year Eleven Outdoor Education students are enjoying the freedom of mountain biking activities in our beautiful outdoors.
Above: Year Eleven student Jacob Ford enjoys some single trail riding.
Above: Tamika Arundel and Juliette McCreton-Storm practice their descent in the travel position.
Above: “It’s not all fun and games!” Olivia Millar performs some routine bike maintenance on one of the school’s mountain bikes.
Above: Lining up the bikes for a good scrub down after an afternoon’s muddy fun on the trails.
Above: How many Year Eleven boys does it take to wash a mountain bike? Four, apparently!
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James (Your Move)
Hi Karen - some great action shots there to really bring the story to life. I've given you an extra 25 points for including bike maintenance as an add-on to your off road skills activity.Report comment
Trevor (Your Move)
Well done Karen, it's such a great idea to get students out in the fresh air and learn bike skills and bike maintenance in such a stunning bush setting. Mountain biking is also a great way to get kids (and adults) interested in bike riding which often results in them riding more to school, to work and to the shops etc.Report comment