A mountain biker has died after coming off his bike throughout a journey in Tasmania’s north-east.
Round 4:15pm on Friday, an ambulance was referred to as to the St Helens mountain bike path head on Flagstaff Street after reviews a 67-year-old man had suffered a severe crash throughout a technical descent.
Regardless of the efforts of members of the general public and paramedics, the person died from his accidents.
Police mentioned the person, from the state’s north-west, was an skilled rider and was carrying security gear on the time.
They’ve urged all those that head out on mountain bike trails throughout the hotter months to watch out, put on security tools and journey to their skills.
St Helens is a vacation hotspot for mountain bikers and was last year named Tassie’s Top Tourism Town by the Tourism Business Council Tasmania.
The city not too long ago opened about 110 kilometres of mountain bike trails to enrich these at close by Derby, which is internationally recognised as a mountain biking vacation spot.