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Rescued

RACQ LifeFlight Helicopter

Our social ride to the Steamers didn’t go as planned after someone had a nasty crash and needed to be rescued by the LifeFlight Helicopter.

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Mountain and Plain

Bald Mountain

Tannymorel is a delightful little village with a perfect location for adventure on the edge of rugged mountains and vast plains. By camping there overnight we were able to have the best of both worlds.

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Spicers Peak

Winding Trail

Today’s challenging adventure took us through some rugged scenic country on the edge of the Great Dividing Range.

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Mount Brisbane

Lake Somerset

The Mount Brisbane Range stands like a wall on the western shoreline of Somerset Dam.  It reaches heights of almost seven hundred metres, and is covered with National Park and cattle properties.  Today we got a rare opportunity to explore it on our bikes.

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Social Ride Invitation- The Steamers

The Steamers

You’re invited to join us for a challenging social ride to one of the most picturesque places in South East Queensland.

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Under the Steamers

Emu Vale

“Let’s ride up the valley as far as we can,” I suggested to everyone before to our ride at Emu Creek.

The long narrow Emu Creek valley passes through some remote and rugged country, ending at “The Steamers” – a stunning mountain formation in hidden pocket of the Great Dividing Range.

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Maryvale

Allora Goomburra Road

Today’s adventure took us through a large 100km horseshoe-shaped route from Cunningham’s Gap up to the Goomburra section of Main Range National Park then back again.

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Enoggera Reservoir

Enoggera Reservoir

After last weeks easy “stroll” on wheels, we wanted a more challenging ride which would also allow Darb and Russel to maximize their mileage in October as part of their fundraising efforts.  So we headed up into the D’Aguilar Range towards Enoggera Reservoir.

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