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rodg 72

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Jul 25, 2017
03:36 pm

Hey guys, I have just bought a Fatty and wonder what the story is about riding in the National park and on the beach at Bribie. I look forward to any iformation you can give me.

Thanks

 
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Jul 26, 2017
11:22 am

That's a good question.

I'm sure you can ride it along the beach on the east side at least as far as the vehicles can go, I wouldn't go across the the inland 4x4 westerly track as last time I was there it was soft as and would not be fun to ride.

But on any of the other beaches I don't know but I would contact Dept. NPSR 13 74 68

 
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rodg 72

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Jul 26, 2017
11:50 am

Thanks Mark, it's pretty good beach and a good length to ride any way. I did see a warning that it's pretty heavy going on the inland tracks. I might just suck it and see. I was wondering about the legalities of riding the national park tracks on a pushy.

Rodg

 
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mark22

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Jul 26, 2017
12:06 pm

Hi Rod

National park roads open to traffic are ok for pushies.

 
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rodg 72

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Jul 26, 2017
02:42 pm

Thanks Mark, It's all GOOOOooooooooo.

 
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Jul 30, 2017
07:37 am

A large group of us did it for Global fat bike day last year. It was awesome and brutal at the same time. Word of advice, don't do it if you have a strong southerly or northerly although iv'e heard you can organise a water taxi to golden beach / caloundra at the top of bribie so in that case a southerly would be lovely.


https://blog.neilennis.com/index.php/global-fat-bike-day-2016/

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