To all riders heading down to Boomerang Farm, they will notice over the coming days the implementation of wristbands to allow Farm staff/ORA committee quick and easy recognition of who has actually signed in. This should act as a reminder, that “signing in” is a condition of entry that everyone must adhere to.
For riders, you’ll be given a green wristband, wear it as you like however it must remain visible at all times. Non riders will receive alternate coloured bands on the day. If you do not have a wristband on, you will be asked to head back to the shop and sign in.
Further to that, riding times are now as follows, 7am-4pm 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. We have been working hard to secure an “open daily” format, it now up to you guys to keep it that way!
For further info, hit us on the contact us page or check in over at Facebook!
Heads up to all peeps heading out to Boomerang Farm.
A small charge of $10 is now applicable for all riders. Like many other clubs, this is something that cant be avoided and giving some love back to the owners only helps us in the future. Each rider will be given a wristband for the day. No band/no ride…..
As per usual, sign in still applies but a committee member will collect the coin until we integrate it with the Farm’s register. We shall update you as info comes in,
Should it need to be said, Sunday’s are currently still the only ride or “want to go take a look” day.
The Outlook Riders Alliance are celebrating the upcoming SEQ DH season (thanks to DIRTMerch, ForTheRiders, Ashgrove Cycles) and local stars Max Warshawsky and Remy Morton in France tonight and we want to give some shirts away! Simply guess who is going to take out the the top 3 final spots in Elite Continue reading →
Some excerpts from some of the support received yesterday……the implications of a poor decision by the Gold Coast City Council regarding the Outlook will be seen around the world! C’mon Council, you have nothing to lose and everything to gain from this!
Anything you want to add?: just take a look at queenstown to see what bikes can do for your states tourism dollar……. ~upper Riccarton, Christchurch, New Zealand
Thanks everyone so far for all the awesome internet skills you have, website and the email servers going into overload! We are really happy to get these guys on-board > MXstore Josh and the gang are keen to lend their support wherever they can!! So check them out, throw them some high five’s or paper ones!
Only 15 hours has passed since we posted, but already 2000+ riders have hit the website wanting positive action. Below are just a few of the comments that have already been received from around the globe…..thanks everyone so far! If you haven’t seen the form, click on the Save Outlook at the top of page!
To Whom It May Concern:
The Outlook, Highland Park Downhill course is well known even in the US, and followed by many around the globe in the mountain bike community. When visiting Australia it is one of the must see locations thus supporting Continue reading →
In light of recent comments on the news last Thursday, here is a clearer picture so that no one makes false assumptions about whats happening(and what has happened) @ the Outlook. We have know what is about to happen for two years now, everyone was advised of whats planned to happen.
Hey all, just in from the GCCC, wild dog control measures about to start at the Outlook and which require the park to be closed down for just over a week to the public. If you have any questions, click on the contact us page and shoot us a message!
Get out there and throw some dust!
Hope all is well with you. Just letting you know we are going to trap for wild dogs in the park from Monday 9th – 20th Mar. Signs will be placed on the gates and no access will be possible for this period. Would you mind passing the message on to all Outlook Riders please and my apologies for the late notice.
Thanks for all the help out there today guys, truly awesome and massive thanks to Bob for the shuttle pig. What was even better, Troy rocks up on a 29’er. What followed was some of the funniest stuff I’ve seen for a while. Not only did he get loose on the rock chute….but top to bottom, one of the hairiest if not the most sketchy, ride I’ve seen hahaa Good fun lads, vid below!
After 5 hours of walking the track, I hit the shop at Boomerang Farm looking for a curry pie and a beer. Chrissy greeted me from behind the counter and gave me “that” look…..a quick glance at the pie warmer and I knew what she was about to say. There were no pies……no curry pies….nothing! But with good reason, as she explained it to me it was like 6 minutes of mayhem when all the crew from the days ride confronted her wanting food. 25 pies and the pasties all gone? It’s all your fault Roy!!! Continue reading →
As many know, the Guanaba Experience is copping some trash talk from the locals and it’s up to all of us to get the truth out there. If you have not already done so, click the link and take a look through some of the garbage that’s been churned out! To quote Jim, help “fight the good fight”.
You may have seen the post, but the hard work by some gets ruined by a few and sets us a back a bit. Shane has been working on the top line to get things in mint condition, but someone felt the need(even after a closing it off) for a few runs and basically put a spanner in the works.
Please guys, stay off the top four until Shane updates us all on it!