Demeio Road, Marsden
This venue is Logan City’s first dedicated cycle park.
Children can enjoy riding through realistic road settings with road markings, roundabouts, signage etc. Even better, the park’s design incorporates aspects of the local community (eg Scrubby Creek, Logan River Red Bridge etc).
There’s also a cute little bus stop and operational bicycle repair station.
Gimlet Street, Crestmead
Crestmead Park features multiple spaces for riders of varying ages and abilities.
A network of mock bitumen roads provides an ideal location for children to practise riding. Realistic road markings and street signage allow for development of bike and road safety.
In contrast, more competent riders may seek enjoyment at the skate park or along the dirt BMX tracks (located behind the Crestmead PCYC).
Wayne Goss Drive, Browns Plains
There are approximately 8kms of concrete pathways through the open parkland and bush. The inclusion of 5 bridges adds to the excitement of these exploratory rides.
There are many shady rest stops along the way for tired, little legs!
140 Park Ridge Rd, Park Ridge
This park has a dedicated learn-to-ride section and a bike track that circumnavigates the playground.
Younger or less capable riders will love the concrete pathways with road markings and signage. Children can practise bike and road safety skills as they ride over hills, navigate roundabouts and stop for pedestrians at zebra crossings.
Tygum Road, Waterford West
Wide concrete pathways allow children to ride through the parkland and around the circumference of a stunning lagoon (approximately 1.3kms).
Riders can also enjoy the onsite skate park facilities.
Paradise Road, Forestdale
Situated on the banks of Oxley Creek, this park is a haven for birds and other wildlife species. Visitors can ride along the wide concrete pathway and wooden boardwalk before reaching an observation tower that overlooks the water.
This path continues to a junction. Riders can divert back to Paradise Road or continue along an unsealed track for further adventures.
Mountain Ridge Rd, South Maclean
A bike riding adventure trail travels alongside the creek, showcasing an old farmhouse and dam. This track offers two levels of difficulty, allowing riders of all abilities to collectively enjoy the experience. An extensive cycling path alongside Mountain Ridge Road allows more capable riders to continue their journey.
There’s also a dedicated “learn-to-ride” section, featuring meandering pathways of various terrain.
Parkview Crescent, Cornubia
A wide concrete pathway with several wooden bridges winds through this bushland.
The well-shaded track is relatively flat, with a distance of 1.4kms from the entrance at Parkview Crescent (just after Alpinia Street) to the entry point through Collie Park (Collie Street).
Conlan Street, Boronia Heights
Riders can access a network of trails that wind through the bushland. Most of these are wide concrete pathways, however there are also several smaller dirt tracks.
Despite multiple track options, there is no signage indicating distances or direction. Groups with less capable riders are advised to select the easier lower tracks.
Clarke Road, Loganholme
PCYC Tudor Park is now home to a brand new pump track and network of bushland bike riding trails.
The bike riding trails are ideal for skill development and offer three levels of difficulty. Each track forms a one-directional loop with features that vary by ability.
Logan City has a flourishing network of designated cycling routes. Once children have mastered the art of cycling and are aware of road safety rules, these routes will provide endless exploration and fun.
Map can be found: http://www.logan.qld.gov.au/…/logan-city-cycleways-map