15.0 References

Cessford G.R. (1995) Mountain Biking Impacts and Rider Preferences. In Proceedings: New Zealand Recreation Association Conference, Mt Cook, New Zealand, 1995. Pp 61-71.

Hillary Commission (1992) A Track Classification for Walkways and other Foot Tracks in New Zealand.

International Mountain Bike Association (1994) IMBA Rules of the Trail.

Kennett s. et. al. (1994) Classic New Zealand Mountain Bike Rides.

McCoy M. and M.A. Stoner (1995) Mountain Bike Trails: Techniques for Design, Construction and Maintenance. Adventure Cycling Association, Missoula, USA.

Porirua City Council / Wellington City Council (1991) Management Plan Spicer Land.

Rogm@microweb.com. Roger's Ideas for Reducing Conflicts on Multi-use Trails. Internet Home Page.

------------------------------ Roger's Hints for Beginning Single-Trackers. Internet Home Page.

------------------------------ Minimizing Impact of Mountain Bikes on Single-Track Trails. Internet Home Page.

Wellington City Council (1990) Bolton Street Memorial Park Management Plan.

------------------------------ (1990) Wellington Botanic Garden Management Plan.

------------------------------ (1991) Wrights Hill Recreation Reserve Management Plan.

------------------------------ (1992) Izard Park Management Plan.

------------------------------ (1993) Off Road Mountain Biking in Wellington City.

------------------------------ (1993) Truby King Park Conservation and Management Plan.

------------------------------ (1994) Off Road Mountain Bike Policy for Wellington City.

------------------------------ (1995) Trelissick Park Management Plan.

------------------------------ (1995) Wellington Town Belt Management Plan (Parts 1 and 2).

------------------------------ (1996) Consultation Policy.

------------------------------ (1996) Event Policy.

------------------------------ (1996) Otari Native Botanic Garden Management Plan.

------------------------------ (1996) Seton Nossiter Park Management Plan.

Wellington Regional Council (1996) Wellington Regional Council Policy on Mountain Biking.

An initial 41 written submissions received in the early review period also provided significant local information for the development of the draft policy.