From the James Estate Wines website:
All trails are suitable for most ages and fitness levels although some MTB experience is recommended. Riders will encounter some natural and manmade obstacles, short steep sections some fast downhill and sandy patches. All trails are rideable two ways so take it easy out there with your fellow MTB’ers.
The ride from the James Estate cellar door takes you back down the driveway and though the working winery and vineyard so you will need to give way to all winery and vineyard traffic - tractors and trucks, utes and cars.
Here are a few house rules!
* Helmet essential – Gloves etc recommended. *Two Way – Share with care. *Check before committing. *Look out for Cautions & Double Downs. *Gates - Leave them how you find them!
So if you’re up for it, Wattle Avenue, School of Rock, Go-Anna, Sucked In, Airs Rock, Lenny’s Bypass and Desperado trails are all ready for you to conquer. To fully appreciate these trails, it is best to allow a couple of hours riding time.
The MTB Trails are open during cellar door hours (10:00 pm to 4:30 pm daily) but we understand some people will want to ride outside these hours so let us know and we'll be able to accommodate you.
For more information please contact Graeme Scott (02) 6547 5168
Facilities: Toilets, Water, Phone Reception
Access via: James Estate Wines carpark. Go in and say hi and let them know you are here to ride.