Lachie’s NSW State Gravity Enduro Series 2023 (Mountain Biking)

Lachie physio NSW gravity MTB series

Lachie is one of our talented physiotherapists and when he’s not expertly healing and guiding our patients to recovery, you can find him conquering the trails as a mountain biking dynamo.

Lachie physio NSW gravity MTB series 2nd placeRecently, Lachie took on the thrilling challenge of the NSW State Gravity Enduro Series 2023 and boy, did he shine! With sheer determination and skill, he soared to an impressive 2nd overall in the Expert Men category 🎉



Such a triumphant mountain biking season has earned him well-deserved recognition. We can’t wait to see him take on the Elite Men’s division next year.


The series itself was no easy feat, spanning across five rounds in locations like Orange, Tongarra, Mt Stromlo, Mt Borah, and culminating in the epic finale at Ourimbah Mountain Biking park. 


Lachie truly exemplifies the perfect blend of healing hands and adventurous spirit, and we couldn’t be prouder to have him as a valuable member of our team. Keep riding high, Lachie! 👏👏👏


Lachie also just happens to be one of our expert Bike Fit physios at Sport & Spinal Physio 🚴🏻‍♀️ 👍


(ps. Lachie’s partner Alysha also swiped up a very impressive 1st overall in Elite Women by only a few points, tight racing!

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About Craig Honeybrook

Craig is the practice principal of Sport & Spinal Physiotherapy. He attained a Masters in Sports Physiotherapy degree in 2000 at Sydney University studying foot injuries in runners and anterior knee pain in cyclists. He has been working as a physiotherapist for over 20 years and moved to Canberra over 12 years ago. He has been consultant physiotherapist for Balmain Rugby League, Eastern Suburbs Rugby, Australian Track & Field and Brumbies Rugby. His special interests include lower limb biomechanics, spinal instabilities and malalignments, bike fitting, running assessments, shoulder injuries and knee injuries. Craig was a former international level middle distance runner but now enjoys endurance mountain biking achieving a 2nd placing in the 2010 World Solo 24 hour Mountain Bike Championships. He also enjoys skiing, swimming, kayaking, gym work and spending time with his family.