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Important Safety Information
Whilst out on the trails
While out on the trails, please follow the ‘Mountain Bikers Responsibility Code’
- Always carry a mobile phone and make sure it is charged
- Avoid riding alone, it’s safer and more fun to ride with your buddies.
- Stay in control at all times. It is your responsibility to avoid crashing into other riders and objects around you!
- Be respectful and aware of other riders varying skill levels, relax and have fun. Mean People will not be tolerated.
- Do not stop where you obstruct the trail or are not easily visible.
- When entering a trail or rejoining, give way to other riders coming down the trail.
- Respect the trail gradings, read the grading descriptions, start on the easy trails and do not ride trails that are beyond your current level of ability.
- If a rider is hurt, do not move them, notify the Visitor Centre staff immediately.
- Keep off closed trails and forest areas and obey all signs and warnings.
- Stay on marked trails only. Do not cut switchbacks, do not modify trails in any way.
- Only ride the trails during forest opening hours.
- Do not push or ride against the flow of traffic on trails.
- Respect your environment; take your litter home with you!
- Keep out of the forest if your ability is impaired through the use of drugs or alcohol.
- Be friendly, courteous and respectful to your fellow riders, poor conduct will not be tolerated.
- Riders 16 years of age and under must be accompanied by a legal guardian (over 18) at all times.
- Please help us maintain the trails. If you see a problem on the trails report it to us.
- Know your limits.
- Have fun, ride safe!