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Raynbird Creek

Kluvers Rookout

My friend Paul once told me about an old trail which ran from the highest point in the D’Aguilar Range down to the Lacey’s Creek valley, losing over 700 metres in altitude over almost twenty kilometres.  He called it “The Lemon Tree Track”.  Today we thought we should check it out.

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Imbil

Nick

When my friend Mike recently offered to show us around some of his favourite trails in the mountains near Imbil, we jumped at the chance.

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Riders on the Storm

Darb at Burleigh

“High winds, heavy rain, rough seas.” The forecast was bleak. In this sort of weather we decided our best chance for a good ride was to go to the beach – away from muddy trails and fallen tree branches.

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Reedy Creek

Mount Byron Road

Reedy Creek is a delightful hidden valley tucked into a secret corner of the D’Aguilar Range.  We’ve ridden near it many times, but never even suspected it was there.

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Billy Mateer

Mt Byron Road

In 1893 Brisbane experienced its biggest flood in recorded history. In order to get a message to residents of the impending danger, a heroic rider named Billy Mateer rode his horse over the D’Aguilar Range from Caboonbah (near present-day Toogoolawah) to North Pine (now called Petrie). He did it in one …

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To the Top and Back

Tyre Track

Although we’ve ridden on Bribie Island many times, the continually changing tides and seasons make each visit a different experience.

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Old Roads

Rush Creek Road

Roads are like people: there are many of them, new ones are constantly being born, and they eventually grow old and die. Today we explored one old road that is slowly being reclaimed by the earth.

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Bunya Mountains Bikepack

Old Coach Road

This large multi-day adventure took us on a rugged but picturesque loop of the South Burnett, including the foothills of the Bunya Mountains. It had everything – rail trails, old stock routes, thick forests, big climbs, long descents, and even some organic wine.

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