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Dunedin is a fantastic city for cycling. Otago Peninsula has twice been named one of the top ten rides in the world by Lonely Planet guide. It has a network of dedicated cycle lanes and shared pedestrian and cycle paths, as well as a multitude of off-road tracks. The Harbour roads and cycleways provide flat riding and beautiful scenery for commuters and recreational riders alike. The hills and bays around the city and on the Peninsula provide ample opportunity for riding, at all levels of difficulty, against a stunning backdrop of hill, Harbour and coastal scenery. A compact layout and a flat run all the way from the top of North East Valley through to South Dunedin and St Clair beach, or around the Harbour, make Dunedin easy to get around by bike. Many popular Dunedin attractions are easily accessible via the cycle routes. For those who like getting off-road, Dunedin also offers plenty of excellent mountain biking for all skill levels and through all sorts of country, from mountains to bush, coastline to inner city off-road tracks. A series of pamphlets issued by the DCC community recreation services offers a good description of the mountain biking tracks that are available for the recreational cyclist and those who like an exciting challenge. Most tracks are close to the centre of town in the ‘green belt’ and are easily accessible from town. Mountain Bike Tracks in Dunedin City

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