Australia’s Largest moto park

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1/5/2018 10:53 PM

While I’m on my family vacation I couldn’t stay away from the bike or track so My Latest Track Review that is now live from one of Australia’s largest motorcycle park. See how this park stacks up agains one of California’s facility’s

https://mytwowheellife.com/mytwowheellife/2018/1/5/queensland-moto-park

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1/5/2018 10:57 PM

sleetdawg wrote:

While I’m on my family vacation I couldn’t stay away from the bike or track so My Latest Track Review that is now live from one of Australia’s largest motorcycle park. See how this park stacks up agains one of California’s facility’s

https://mytwowheellife.com/mytwowheellife/2018/1/5/queensland-moto-park

You need to take a 2000km trip south and head to Ride Park in Victoria, then visit Park4 for a day while down there.

If back later into the year, Krusics also in Victoria is pretty dam sweet, especially if you like sand.

Cool write up on the Qld Moto Park smile

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1/5/2018 11:17 PM

aaryn #234 wrote:

You need to take a 2000km trip south and head to Ride Park in Victoria, then visit Park4 for a day while down there.

If back later into the year, Krusics also in Victoria is pretty dam sweet, especially if you like sand.

Cool write up on the Qld Moto Park smile

I’d love to travel more around Australia and see what the tracks are like. I’ll make sure to put Ride Park on my to do lists. Thanks for the kind words learning as a go with this whole “blog” thing.

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1/5/2018 11:57 PM

Was skeptical it was even possible to compare an Aussie track to Socal tracks but that article was well done.

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1/6/2018 12:12 AM

Cool write up, been there 2 or 3 times and always came away grinning ear to ear.

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1/6/2018 12:13 AM

sleetdawg wrote:

While I’m on my family vacation I couldn’t stay away from the bike or track so My Latest Track Review that is now live from one of Australia’s largest motorcycle park. See how this park stacks up agains one of California’s facility’s

https://mytwowheellife.com/mytwowheellife/2018/1/5/queensland-moto-park

I ride Qmp nearly weekend, as a motocross racer it can be hot and cold. Some days It will be unreal ripped deep and watered which makes for unreal ruts. Other days it isn't ripped deep and not watered enough then it ends up like riding a creek bed. (rocky/sketchy). To their defence they try to cater for "weekend warriors' who like riding smooth/flat hard pack tracks.

My favourite track is Natural Terrain but i don't mind MX2. I just don't really understand the positioning of jumps. Theres two doubles/Step downs that are coming straight out turns and even on a 450 if there isn't a decent rut or much traction, i have seat bounce to get over them. I think there a little sketchy because your still turning and all it takes is your rear wheel to loose traction especially on the slick hardpack upramp and you'll end having a big high side crash.


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1/6/2018 12:52 AM

Awesome write up, come to New Zealand next time and you will never want to leave

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1/6/2018 2:44 AM

Rotaholic wrote:

Awesome write up, come to New Zealand next time and you will never want to leave

Hahaha classic Kiwi lol

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1/6/2018 7:36 PM

sleetdawg wrote:

While I’m on my family vacation I couldn’t stay away from the bike or track so My Latest Track Review that is now live from one of Australia’s largest motorcycle park. See how this park stacks up agains one of California’s facility’s

https://mytwowheellife.com/mytwowheellife/2018/1/5/queensland-moto-park

JB479 wrote:

I ride Qmp nearly weekend, as a motocross racer it can be hot and cold. Some days It will be unreal ripped deep and watered which makes for unreal ruts. Other days it isn't ripped deep and not watered enough then it ends up like riding a creek bed. (rocky/sketchy). To their defence they try to cater for "weekend warriors' who like riding smooth/flat hard pack tracks.

My favourite track is Natural Terrain but i don't mind MX2. I just don't really understand the positioning of jumps. Theres two doubles/Step downs that are coming straight out turns and even on a 450 if there isn't a decent rut or much traction, i have seat bounce to get over them. I think there a little sketchy because your still turning and all it takes is your rear wheel to loose traction especially on the slick hardpack upramp and you'll end having a big high side crash.


I agree with you the park is designed for all the hobby riders as it should because they are the one who are paying the bills and supporting the sport. There was many parts of the tracks that hadn’t been prepped in quite a while, but like I said kudos to them for making a facility that has something for everyone

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