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New Bike Track at Noyer Park

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by Kerenza Korostovetz (subscribe)
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Published October 12th 2020
The wait is over for local families
Logan City Council has officially announced the opening of the highly anticipated bike track at Noyer Park (Mount Warren Park).

This bike track is ideal for younger or less capable riders to practise road safety and develop skills. It is well set back from the main road and forms a loop around play equipment and picnic shelters. This particular design allows for clear sightlines of riders and quick access by supervising adults if required.

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Bike track and upgrades at Noyer Park

The track features alternating sections of concrete and pebble pathways. Please note that the pebbles are not suitable for scooter riding and may pose difficulties for younger children riding balance bikes or bikes with training wheels.

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Alternating sections of concrete and pebbles

Various obstacles have been incorporated, including a balance rail, bike bridge, bumpy terrain and an assortment of roadblocks.

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Bumpy terrain with pebble surface

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Obstacles along bike track

A lengthy concrete track runs through the middle of the looped circuit. This wide pathway is ideal for both bikes and scooters and continues further into the parkland.

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Central path continues through parkland

The bushland toward the rear of the property has also received an upgrade, with the planting of numerous native trees and shrubs.

Toilets and parking are provided for convenience.
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Why? To practise road safety and develop physical skills
Where: Noyer Park
Cost: Free
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