Logan City boasts several well-maintained bike tracks, many of which trail through local parks and state forests. With its diverse and accessible bike trails, The City of Logan is an excellent destination for those looking to explore the outdoors on two wheels.
Daisy Hill Conservation Park, Daisy Hill
There are 10 bike-only trails at Daisy Hill Conservation Park and 12 mixed-use trails where bikes are permitted to share the track with walkers and horse riders. Most tracks in the park are for intermediate-level riders and range from 5-minute to 2-hour estimated ride lengths.
Cornubia Mountain Bike Trails, Shailer Park
Featuring 14 different trails covering 18 kilometres, the Cornubia Mountain Bike Trails are a popular destination for mountain biking! The trails are rated for intermediate and advanced riders, so are best suited to people with some existing mountain biking experience.
Scrubby Creek Bike Track – Loganlea Road to Berrinba Wetlands, Meadowbrook
Scrubby Creek Bike Track is a 10.5km, point-to-point trail, taking an average of 2-hours to ride in one direction. If 2-hours one-way or 4-hours return is too much of an ask, there are smaller sections of this trail that might suit. This is an easy, level track and it’s up to the riders to determine how far they go.
Logan Village to Yarrabilba Rail Trail, Logan Village
The Logan Village to Yarrabilba Rail Trail is 3.5km in one direction. This 2.5m wide asphalt pathway is designed for walking, jogging and hiking. The trail is built on the de-commissioned Bethania to Beaudesert rail corridor, which is now a Logan City Council-managed road reserve.
Slacks Creek Bikeway, Springwood
The Slacks Creek Bikeway is a 10km bitumen bikeway that runs from Springwood to the Tygum Lagoon in River Glen Village. It’s an easy track, taking riders past various scenery including the Logan Gardens playground and water play park. Please note: The entire track is 10km long, meaning it’s a 20km round trip, so attempting a section of the track might not be advisable for beginners.
How to find other bike tracks in Logan City
To find lesser-known local bike tracks in Logan City, you can try the following:
- Visit the Logan City Council website, they have a section dedicated to parks and recreation, and they might have information on bike tracks in the area. Also, check out Explore Logan for local information, including bike trails.
- Search for “bike tracks in Logan City” on Google Maps; this will give you a map view of local bike trails and their locations.
- Check with local bike shops or cycling clubs. They may have information about popular bike tracks or group rides.
- Visit websites such as Alltrails and Trailforks, where users can find, review, and share mountain bike trails.