“I got to work on Monday and everyone’s like, how was your weekend? Bloody great that’s how my weekend was”, says 26-year-old Albury man Joel Tuck. “They all look at me like I’m crazy, ‘but it was so cold’ they say, ‘what did you get up to?’ they ask me.
“They’re destroying the place one sharp turn at a time”, exclaims concerned 58-year-old West Wodonga resident Ann Greebum. “My husband and I bought this land 25 years ago, (at the bottom of Hunchback Hill) and we have rarely seen fires up there during that time, until now. The only thing that’s changed over 25 years is the Council opening up that stupid track, bringing those Lycra Hooligans up here on their darn mountain bikes”.