Information for Participants
Hosted By: Brisbane Motorcycle Club Inc.
Contact: Randall Goldsworthy (email@example.com)
Parks Australia Liability Agreement
PROTECTIVE CLOTHING minimum requirements: **
· Helmet – Any of the following approved
standards is acceptable. AS1698, Snell, JIS, FIM, ECE.
· Clothing - Gloves, long sleeve jersey
and long pants
· Body Armour - Recommended for Junior
· Off-road Boots ***
· Goggles/eye protection
Protective clothing of acceptable standards is the responsibility of the rider.
Be constructed of leather or other similarly durable material; and
- be of a length which must at least overlap the trousers with the rider in a
normal seated riding position on the machine.
Participation by Matched Ability:
Park Managers are responsible to manage rider safety through groupings of
participants based on ability and speed, not rider age or bike capacity. It’s
important to not think of riders as junior or senior but as a beginner,
intermediate or experienced rider and group them accordingly with the
flexibility to move riders to other groups as the day progresses or as the Ride
Park Manager deems appropriate.
the purpose of this Guideline:
· Beginner: This group is for riders that include
children, parents and participants possibly new to motorcycle riding. It’s to
be managed at an appropriate speed to cater for the youngest or most novice of
riders. The start straight run on a MX Track may present as an appropriate area
for parents to teach their children how to ride.
· Intermediate: This group is for those who have sound
motorcycle ability but possibly not ridden on tracks before. As with all
groups, the intermediate group participation should be based on ability
regardless of age.
· Advanced: The advanced group is ideal for those
who frequent ride parks and possibly hold or have held a competition licence.
Ride Park Manager has the authority to remove any rider from the track who is
deemed to be riding recklessly, or putting other riders’ safety at risk, or
whose behaviour falls short of the expected standard set out in the RPD
comply with Ride Park Days non-competitive status, venues must not use a mass
start, or time/score riders in any way which will determine a finish order, and
no award for performance can be given.