The SNORC MTB Club acknowledge and pay our respects to the Guringai and Darug peoples.
We acknowledge all of the Traditional Owners of country throughout Australia and recognise their continuing connection to land, waters and cultures. We pay our respects to Indigenous Elders past and present.
Our strength is amplified with collective action, and you can help make a difference right now! The support we receive is a huge driver of the good work we do in addressing some of Mountain Biking’s most challenging problems in this region.
Get in touch today and join our community in making a lasting impact.
SNORC provides regular updates via social media on:
Group Social Rides
Volunteer Trail Maintenance Days
Updates on trail conditions
MTB advocacy and lobbying
Events and more!
Join any of the following to keep up to date:
SNORC Instagram and Facebook: @snorcmtb
OMV Instagram and Facebook: @old_mans_valley_bike_park
As well as HERE on our website
Want to know more about our Club activities, committee, member stats and future goals?
Take a look at our Annual Report.
Old Man's Valley Bike Park
OMV is the home trail network for SNORC MTB Club.
Join our Club President, Dan Smith, on a mini guided tour of OMV
(aka Hornsby Mountain Bike Trail) located on Quarry Road in Hornsby, NSW.
A great fun sized pocket park containing 3 main Gravity Trails, a Dirt Jump Park
and Cross Country loop.
The SNORC MTB Club formed circa 2008 by a group of local Mountain Bikers who took the challenge and become a voice for the local riding community of the Hornsby Shire Region.
Born out of the leafy suburbs of the North Shore, SNORC begun it's life as an advocacy group to lead the way and help guide the discussion between the local riding community and local councils to assist the growth of Mountain Biking within the region.
This advocacy for riding and a health lifestyle led to the production of three (3) unique legal destinations for all ages and skill levels to ride; Old Man's Valley Bike Park (Hornsby Council), Montview Dirt Jumps (Hornsby Council) & Jubes Bike Park (Ku-ring-gai Council).
SNORC continues to carry the torch for local trail advocacy, whilst also establishing itself as a great Mountain Bike Club based out of the Old Man's Valley Bike Park.
Our aim is to raise awareness about healthy living, bush conservation, inclusiveness and diversity within Mountain Biking.
SNORC MTB Club is 100% volunteer operated.