VIC Govt Talks to Riders

The Victorian Government has engaged with riders to resolve conflict between riders, resident and other forest users.

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Nowhere To Ride

There's hardly anywhere to ride legally in NSW.

Land developers, policy exclusion, clowns and noise has resulted in closure of nearly all available areas.

Now there are Environmental problems as riders push into areas they would not have used previously.

Erosion from new track creation, grooving of water diversion banks (roll-overs), creek bank destruction and spreading of weeds and diseases from unwashed machines are all problems now.

Media Release

23 November 2010


The Motorcycle Council of NSW (MCC of NSW) calls upon the NSW state government to immediately introduce Recreational Registration for off-road motorcycles along the lines of the Victorian model.

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Safety & Emergencies

We can try to deny it until the sky turns green and they open golf courses to bikes on Saturday mornings, but the fact is that riding dirt bikes is a risky business. Two small patches of rubber groping for traction on mud, sand, leaf mulch or gravel isn’t exactly sensible, now toss in a power-to-weight ratio that race car drivers would kill for, and you’ve got real potential for trouble. Granted, this is a major part of the attraction of dirt riding, but we need to acknowledge the risks so that we can take steps to minimise them.

  • Preparation = Prevention

    Maintenance First! Outpatients is beckoning when you ride a poorly maintained bike. Tyres and brakes are the most obvious areas to look after, and replace them early rather than late. Use the correct ...

  • Ouch! Get Me Out of Here Now!

    Going Down Eventually you will be involved in an emergency situation, with either you or a mate injured. If you’re smart, you will have done a first aid course or two and have a clear understanding...