- Hold a current motorcycle licence
- Hold current registration for your motorcycle
- Have a noise compliant muffler and spark arrester
- Ride only on formed roads and tracks
- Respect others
- Do Prepare your bike, your gear, yourself, your ride plan
- Do Take care with fire, sparks & noise
- Do Stop for horses, you may frighten them
- Do Talk to other forest users, you may learn things
- Do Go quietly near walkers, horses, picnics, carparks
- Do Obey signage, restrictions,etc
- Do Respect locked gates, private property
- Do Take your garbage home – leave no trace
- Don’t Use unregisterable bikes or ATV’s on public land
- Don’t Use signposted management roads/tracks
- Don’t Make new tracks through the bush
- Don’t Ride on walking tracks
- Don’t Disturb people with noise, especially near residences
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Consideration of others
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