The Motu Trails Charitable Trust helps manage, maintain and promote the Motu Trails. Trail access is free so please consider supporting us!
Bay of Plenty
Motu Trails (www.motutrails.co.nz) is one of the Great Rides on Nga Haerenga, New Zealand Cycle Trails. At Motu Trails Charitable Trust, we manage, maintain and promote the trails. We develop free trail brochures, provide free/current trail info online; do regular maintenance on Pakihi and Dunes Trail; drive trail extensions and enhancements such as shelters; assist trail-related services; and more. Access to Motu Trails is 100% free so if you've used the trails, please consider supporting us. Thank you!
At Motu Trails Charitable Trust, we help manage and promote the Motu Trails for the good of visitors and locals alike. With trail access 100% free, we depend on grants and donations. Thank you.
Your donation will help Motu Trails Charitable Trust to promote and manage Motu Trails — benefiting all users.
Thank you Kopiko Aotearoa 2022 rides 3 July 2021
Thank you to the Kopiko Aotearoa riders who have chosen to donate to Motu Trails Charitable Trust as part of their 2022 entry. It's hugely appreciated. At the trust, we do the general maintenance on Pakihi Track and Dunes Trail: this winter has been mighty challenging with several heavy rainfall events and, on Pakihi, resulting multiple rockfalls, slips and windfalls. We've got Pakihi in good condition again now, but there was some significant work (about 200hrs in the last five weeks). As well as providing important funds for future work, the donations to the trust mean a lot. Thank you! Jim ... Photo, clearing one of the recent Pakihi Track slips.
Big thanks to the people who have chosen to donate their tax credits to Motu Trails - super appreciated!
Thank you Simon! Your support of Motu Trails Charitable Trust's work is really appreciated. Nga mihi Jim
Fantastic :) Thank you to the people who have regifted their tax credits! We really appreciate the support.
That is awesome thank you Kieran! Donations really help us to look after the trails and do stuff, so it's really appreciated :) Nga mihi Jim