Moto Ride Days
What is a Recreational Motorcycle Ride Day?
Ride days are exciting and fun on track experiences for all riders from first timers through to seasoned track day junkies who prefer riding on a closed race track environment rather than public roads. We cater for all levels of riders with four individual groups that a rider can chose from according to their experience and ability. Our Ride Days are not a race or race practice days, they are aimed squarely at the leisure ride day motorcyclists wanting to have a fun day at the track.
If you want to test the speed and limits of your motorbike in a controlled environment, without speed cameras, other cars, or other hazards that you get on the road then a ride day is a great way to spend the day riding and socialising with like-minded enthusiasts and mates.
The Four Groups You Can Enter
Formula Group / For entry level riders and those who prefer to ride at a casual pace.
GT Group / For riders who want to take a step up in pace from the Formula Group.
Corsa Group / For advanced riders who have experience and pace beyond either the Formula or GT groups.
FX Group / A group for the most experienced riders with dedicated track bikes who ride at pace beyond the other three groups.
*Please note RACERS Track Action Moto Ride Days reserves the right to recommend that a rider move to another group when we believe it is in the riders and the other riders of the group they are entered in best interests.
All participants must hold at least a RACERS Clubman one day Licence, which provides personal accident cover. There is the option of a one-day licence for $20 or a yearly licence for $65 which if you are going to do multiple ride days then works out at better value plus reduces the time required to enter the day and or at sign on.
Not only can this licence be used to ride your bike, it can also be used at any event Accredited by RACERS at many venues.
The best part of attending a ride day is sharing experiences. Queensland Raceways Ride Days is run by people who enjoy riding.
Tips for the day
- Come with a full tank of fuel
- Keep your fluids up, avoid dehydration as that can make you tired and lose your judgement on the track
- Get a feel for the track first
- Let your tyres warm up for a few laps before really pushing your bike
- Ask questions of others who are familiar with the track
Can friends and family come to Queensland Raceways Ride Days?
Friends and family are welcome to watch you on your ride day. It is free to enter the track for spectators. They can take photos of you on the day too.
Should I bring ear protection?
Due to the nature of our venue, visitors can expect to experience a certain level of noise from the vehicles taking part. Reduced noise earbuds are available for all visitors, especially children, to get closer to the action without feeling uncomfortable.
Are pets allowed at the tracks?
No dogs are permitted, nor should they be left in your car or in the campsite. Only guide dogs and assistance dogs for the disabled are allowed on site.
Are there any medical facilities?
We have a dedicated Medical Room at Queensland Raceway and Lakeside Park. Staff are qualified first aiders and we always have qualified doctors and medical staff during events.
Can I bring my own food to Queensland Raceways?
Whilst we do have on site cafes at Lakeside Park and Queensland Raceway, you are welcome to bring food and beverages to either of our venues. Our facilities are perfect for a picnic whilst soaking up the entertainment on track.
What do I need to wear?
Long sleeved shirt, trousers, enclosed shoes and a AS1698 Aust. Standards helmet is the minimum apparel required. There are some exceptions to this mainly for the drift events and cruising where they need only wear t-shirt, shorts, enclosed shoes and a AS1698 Aust. Standards helmet.