BOOMERS BIKE PARK

OUTLOOK RIDERS ALLIANCE Inc. is a not for profit Club.
All fees collected and monies raised go directly back into the construction, development, and maintenance of the trails and running of the Park.

The Outlook Committee Members are volunteers that work tirelessly for the love of our Club and Sport, to ensure you and your family and friends have the best quality trails available to ride on a daily basis.

Our goal is to provide a Club and Park where all our Members and guests can ride fantastic trails in a fun and friendly environment. So get on board and become a part of and have a say in the future of our Brilliant Club and Park.

PARK INFO & HOURS

Park is open 7 days/week except for some public holidays (Christmas and Boxing day).

The park is open from 6:30 am till 4:30 pm. You must be back down to sign out prior to this time.

RIDERS cost is $19 for non-members and $14 for members. You’ll be given a green wristband, wear it as you like however, it must remain visible at all times.

NON-RIDERS enter the park for free and will receive a red wristband. If you do not have a wristband on, you will be asked to head back to the shop and sign in. This includes parents shuttling riders.

TRACK OVERVIEW

EAST SIDE TRAILS – TRAILS ON THE EASTERN ESCARPMENT

Green Machine: Easy

Starts at Trail Head. A gentle gradient trail featuring flowy rollers and corners. A perfect trail to get a feel for the park. Green Machine meanders between the shuttle road and Rodney’s Run and the final section of Rodney’s Run can be ridden to the shuttle pick up point using Green Goblin and Green Lantern detour sections. Follow the green trail markers at trail junctions.

Chute the Shoot: Difficult

Runs off Alter Ego. Look for the start on the right hand side. A challenging single trail featuring steep gradients, steep chutes and unavoidable obstacles. There are gap and step down jumps. The trail shoots out onto Medicare Bridge.

Medicare: Intermediate

Starts at the Upper Junction. Use Green Machine to access the start at the Upper Junction. A gentle varying gradient featuring flowy, bermed corners, rollers and table tops. When competent, add speed and Medicare morphs into a fun Intermediate + trail. It merges with Rodney’s Run just after the Medicare Bridge and then the final section of Rodney’s Run can be ridden following the green trail markers on the Green Goblin and Green Lantern detour sections.

Rodney's Run: Difficult

Starts at Trail Head. A challenging single trail featuring steep gradients, unavoidable obstacles, high speed berms and an intimidating rock garden chute. There are gap jumps and a ramp step down gap with B-Lines. The flow of the trail is not compromised riding the B-Lines.

Enduro: Intermediate

Starts at the Upper Junction. Use Green Machine or Rodney’s Run to access the start at the Upper Junction. Predominantly single trail with varying gradients and surfaces. The trail has unavoidable obstacles and technical flow. There is an option to continue or join Rodney’s Run at the Dirt Jump area.

Super Stag: Extreme

Runs off Enduropedia. Fast and flowy with long gap jumps finishing with the Super Stag Step Up at the Dirt Jump area. Continue down Rodney’s Run.

Alter Ego: Difficult

Starts at the Upper Junction. Use Rodney’s Run to access the start at the Upper Junction. A challenging single trail featuring varying gradients, unavoidable obstacles, including low gradient rock gardens and joins Rodney’s Run above the rock garden chute.

NORTH SIDE TRAILS – TRAILS ON THE NORTHERN ESCARPMENT

Mini Mega Air: Extreme

Starts at Trail Head. An exciting free-ride trail featuring gaps, hips, sharks fins, ramp drops, table tops, wall rides, satellite dishes and switchbacks. Flowy, Intermediate B-Line options have been cleverly designed into the line.

Shane's Big Line: Extreme Pro Line

Runs off Black Betty.
This trail is only open when a Club Marshall is present.
Extreme gap jumps. Only for highly experienced and capable riders.

What's Up: Difficult

Starts at Trail Head. Challenging single trail with steep gradients and variable surfaces and many obstacles and gap jumps with B-Line options.

Ricco: Extreme

Starts at Trail Head. Challenging single trail featuring varying gradients, off-camber, unavoidable obstacles, technical drops, a gap jump with B-Line option and The Scenic Traverse.

Black Betty: Extreme Pro Line

Starts at Trail Head.
This trail is only open when a Club Marshall is present.
Extreme gap jumps. Only for highly experienced and capable riders.

MEMBERSHIP INFORMATION

Annual fee via cash payment or Bank funds transfer valid from
1st January through till 31st December each year, COST= $60.
6 MONTHLY Memberships are available from 1st June through till 31st December ONLY.
6 month memberships will not be accepted prior to the 1st June
COST= $35.
Outlook Riders membership cards are colour coded each year to let the Pro Shop staff know you are a current paid up member.
MTBA memberships are available also by selecting Outlook Riders Alliance as your preferred club. With an MTBA membership comes rider insurance whenever you ride. It has the option for social rider or race license. Your MTBA member card is also your entry card to Boomerang farm Bike Park, present your valid license with ORA as nominated club to golf pro shop staff upon entry.

No CLUB or valid MTBA card means you will pay full Non-Member entry fee!!!.
ALL Riders and Spectators heading down to Boomerang Farm are reminded that “SIGNING IN” is a condition of entry that “EVERYONE” must adhere to. Everyone is required to attend the Golf Pro Shop and sign in the Bike Park Register. This is a safety requirement so in an emergency situation Staff can identify who is still present within the park.
Signing in also ensures you have read and agree to the WAIVER which is a MUST for all persons entering the property.
A wristband will be allocated by the Farm staff once the appropriate fee (if applicable) has been paid.
Staff and ORA committee can quickly and easily recognise who has or has not actually signed in.

BANK DETAILS:
BSB: 032-563
ACCOUNT: 333 980

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

PARK HOURS

The park is open from 6:30 am till 4:30 pm.
You must be back down to sign out prior to this time.

SHUTTLE

Shuttles are a volunteer service provided by the Outlook Riders Alliance Inc Club. Shuttles are not run by and have nothing to do with Boomerang Farm Pro shop staff.
Shuttles are run most Saturday and Sunday mornings. The cost is $15 per day that is payable at the time directly to the shuttle driver. You will receive a Blue wrist band to identify you’ve paid the shuttle fee on the day and are eligible to load your bike on the trailer.
Shuttles run from 8am through till approximately 2pm and can go longer depending on the numbers on the day, at the discretion of the Committee/Club Member who is running them.
If you’re coming out and want to know if shuttles are on (especially public holidays/school holidays) please refer to posts on our FB page or write an inquiry post. Pro shop staff don’t know this information.
Self-shuttles are permitted 7 days per week provided you have your own 4×4, and obey the signs and rules within the park. Any drivers/vehicles driving erratically or unsafely will be asked to leave the park.

RIDER SAFETY EQUIPEMENT

As a rider it is your responsibility to ensure you have the adequate equipment and safety gear required to ride within Boomerang Farm.
A Helmet is required at ALL times whilst riding, this is not an option.
I would Highly Recommend the use of a Full Face helmet, knee and elbow pads and body armour if you’re not up to an expert level of riding.

DIG DAYS

Cost is free to enter prior to 9am, and upon signing in you will will receive a Yellow wristband. These days are organised monthly to ensure trails are maintained and running at their best. If you’re a member or regular visitor to the park, it is in your best interest to put a little back in to keep the trails running at peak performance for your own enjoyment. PLUS besides getting to ride the rest of that day for FREE, you will be “REWARDED” with a FREE FULL RIDE DAY PASS to use whenever suits you at your own convenience (except Race/Open Weekends), but only if you turn up prior to 9:30 am.

Further to that, riding times are now as follows, 6:30am-4:30pm daily. Failure to leave the Farm at closing time (check with staff) will find your vehicle locked in and an extra fee payable to have the gate unlocked.
Please ensure ALL items and rubbish are taken with you upon exiting the park, or put in a rubbish bin down at the Pro Shop.

ALL RIDERS MUST DISMOUNT ABOVE THE HOUSE AT THE SHUTTLE PICK UP POINT AND PROCEED TO WALK YOUR BIKE PAST THE GOLF COURSE, IN THE CAR PARK AND THE GOLF PRO SHOP AREA. 
ANY REPEAT OFFENDERS OF THIS RULE WILL BE ASKED TO LEAVE THE PREMISES AND HAVE FUTURE ENTRY TO THE PARK DENIED.

P.S AGAIN- Please us bins provided for your empty bottles and rubbish. If you can’t find one there is skip bins behind the toilet block near the Pro shop.

We have worked extremely hard to secure an “open daily” format, it’s now up to you guys to keep it that way!!

We look forward to seeing you out there on the trails having a blast!!!

SPONSORS

Our tribute to the Kombumerri Clan:

On behalf of Boomerang Farm Bike Park, we’d like to show our ongoing respect to the Kombumerri people. They inhabited this beautiful region and would have fished and hunted on the banks of Mudgeeraba Creek that borders the park. The people of this ancient culture spiritually embraced the land and its unique fauna.

The Kombumerri Clan’s tribal boundaries extended north to the Coomera River, south to Tallebudgera Creek and west to the Gold Coast hinterland. They spoke a dialect, which is largely unrecorded, fortunately some 500 words of the Yugambeh-Bundjalung languages have been preserved.

Thank you for living in harmony with the natural riches of this land and sharing it with future generations. We are eternally grateful.

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