Ready to ride, but don’t know where to go in Logan?

There are plenty of great places in Logan to ride bikes for people of all ages and abilities. Whether you’re looking for a hill to fly down or a trail to explore, there is something for everyone.

The team at Logan City Guides asked several Logan Locals and asked them where they think the best trails are.

A local favourite is the mountain bike trails at Daisy Hill Conservation Park. Suitable for everyone from beginners and families to the advance riders. Predominantly dirt, this extensive network of 22 trails spans over 54kms; showcasing stunning nature views.

Berrinba Wetlands is another local hotspot. These 80 hectares of natural beauty features 430,000 new native plants, 100 nesting boxes for birds, possums and gliders, and 8 km of walking and bike tracks for everyone to enjoy.

The newly completed Slacks Creek Greenlink opened in June 2020 is another popular trail. The environmental and recreation corridor features nearly a kilometre of 3 to 4-metre-wide pathway that connects Moss Street with Compton Road.

For more bike trails options, head to https://www.logan.qld.gov.au/sports-and-recreation/cycling, to download your Logan City Cycleways map.

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