(07) 4091 2244

55 Main Street, Atherton

Atherton Forest Mountain Bike Park

To access the mountain bike track, drive 1.6 km south on the Atherton Herberton Road. Turn right into Rifle Range Road and travel 1.8 km (going past the rifle range) to the trail head sign at the start of the Herberton Range ridge road. The trails in the Atherton Forest Mountain Bike Park also start from here.

Maps are available through the oficial page here:

Trail conditions link:



Davies Creek Mountain Bike Park

This network of mountain bike trails in the Lamb Range between Mareeba and Kuranda is accessed from the Kennedy Highway, approximately 13km from Mareeba. Follow the Davies Creek signs. The trails wind along the rain-shadowed slopes of the Lamb Range.

With lengths and grades for everyone, riders navigate granite outcrops, cross clear streams, and traverse forests of bloodwoods, stringybarks, she-oaks, cycads and grass trees.

These shared trails were built for mountain bike riding but are available to walkers. Horse and trail bike riding are not permitted.

Full map available Here

Mountain Bike Hire

We DO NOT offer bicycle hire - but we recommend these two local businesses that do:

Tableland Adventure Guides 

Contact   Mob: Matt  +61 437 817 675     Website:


Atherton Bike Hire.

Contact  :  Dave Savage 0408 911 854 


Local cycle clubs

To find out what's happening in the local cycle scene, check out the local clubs.

Atherton BMX Club

Atherton BMX

With a local track close to town, the ATherton BMX club has a very active calendar. Visit their website for more information:

Tableland Cycle Sports Inc

Tableland Cycle Sports Inc

For regular road rides, the club has regular each Sunday morning commencing at 7:00am.

This group also organises other events including the Herberton 8 Hour. This annual event is a cross county endurance event that attracts riders from across the region. For more information, visit the club website at:


Mareeba Mountain Goats

Mareeba Mountain Goats

Join the club on their Scenic Sunday rides to get to know some great off-road riding spots around the Tablelands. Organisers of the Far North Epic, check the club website for events dates and details.