Superflow: Killingworth

The tiny little town of Killingworth on the NSW central coast played host to round 4 of the Fox/Camelback Superflow Rollercoaster. Killingworth is a quaint little town that seems to only have about 20 houses in it but unfortunately the entrance to the trails seems to be a bit of a magnet for dumping. This year it did seem like the local club had cleaned the around the area quite a bit though.

The trails themselves though are pretty cool. As far as from a shooting perspective there is a few nice sections. I had shot on what was called the Camelback trail last year and this year picked the Fox trail for something different. As I walked and shot my way up trail I talked to a few of the riders and had the company of Matt Staggs who helped me line up a few shots. Everyone directed me to a fern section near the top of the trail.  This was a great section and certainly unique to these trails. The trails twist and turn through the giant leafy fronds. Riders had to come past me twice for this race and it was quite easy to find 2 different angles I really liked. I’m sure I could have shot plenty of more angles in there if they had to do another lap

It was a great day out covering what is my favourite format of mtb racing. Next up is Kempsey which is a great weekend away. See you all there.