COVID-19 Level Two enhanced hygiene measures

Enhanced Hygiene Gravity Nelson are committed to the Health & Wellness of each of our staff and visitors to our store, our coaching customers, and our shuttle customers, as such, we have implemented a Clear Protect Hygiene Program into our store, in our vehicles, with our coaches and for all...

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Gravity Nelson Operating Under COVID-19 Level 3

Stoked to be operating under COVID-19

IMPORTANT COVID-19 Update: During Level-3 the coaching, guiding and shuttle services of Gravity Nelson are suspended, however the Gravity Nelson workshop is OPEN and here to help you keep riding.  We have set-up “contact-less” service options for your bike. Step One: Click here to BOOK YOUR BIKE IN. Step Two:...

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Environmentally Conscious

Our workshop is very conscious of the impact it has on the environment. Cycling as a whole has significant opportunities to make a positive impact on the environment, whether it is from commuting to work by bike rather than car, or simply biking to your mountain bike hub rather than...

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Coronavirus and Mountain Biking.

social distancing and self isolating

With the whole world in a spin about coronavirus, it is worth musing for a few minutes on the impact on mountain biking and mountain bikers. Nothing revolutionary here, but perhaps some points to ponder. In no way are we trying to trivialise the seriousness of this crisis. Many of...

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E-bike curious? Young, Talented, Fit Mountain Biker?

A personal experience. Gravity Nelson’s own Scott Countryman (check him out on Instagram as @thecrunchyman ) doesn’t fit the stereotypical profile of an e-mountain bike rider, here he writes about his first e-mountain bike experience… and the conclusions might surprise you. One my favorite things about mountain biking is the...

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Making the most of the Codgers temporary closure!

Please note that this is an older post, and several significant and important changes have happened since it was written, please look for a more recent update on the site.  The current forestry work in Codgers has closed more than half of the trails there.  Although a temporary closure,  many...

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