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Places to ride in Qld un-rego

I always have people ask were to ride mxers, kids bikes, riding camping, etc

If everyone adds some location & information would be great!


Black Duck Valley - Near Gatton
http://www.blackduckvalley.com/

Glen Echo - Near Gympie
http://www.glenechopark.com.au/

Moto Mountain - Near Yarraman

The Farm - Near Blackbutt
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An other good list is Motorcycling Queensland
Many clubs with mx tracks to ride - extra cost licence, and some clubs you must be a member ride on there tracks.

http://www.mqld.org.au/
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RTCB ride, many location.

http://www.rtcb.net/

Dalby Moto, has information about good rides

http://www.dalbymoto.com.au/index.ph...ilNews&go=true
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Maner Park

http://www.manar.com.au/
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R u putting this list up to become a sticky?

Good work
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If anyone got any other places please post them up, any important information that should be added about these places please do so. Photo's maps etc are good.

If we can educated everyone to ride legality on un rego bikes this will help all riders and riding areas.

Cheers Greg
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If anyone goes to google earth you can see all the tracks and trails of the ipswich place lat long 27°39'7.88"S 152°47'17.08"E

doesn't look overly big
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Glendon Rock, Warwick. No MX just trail riding. Nice and Quiet. Good camping. Best in Winter as not to hot. They supply fire wood.
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Glendon Rock, Warwick. No MX just trail riding. Nice and Quiet. Good camping. Best in Winter as not to hot. They supply fire wood.
Got a phone number or web page or map or photos or costs etc if possible
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