Ride ready

Ride ready

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More than 70 Queenslanders have been killed using quad bikes since 2001. The Ride ready campaign aims to reduce deaths and injuries.

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Adverts and resources

Ride ready - helmets

Ride ready - kidsWatch the ads and download free resources, including:

  • films
  • posters and
  • checklists.

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How Ride ready are you?

Play the Ride ready game and test your quad bike safety skills!

Play the Ride ready game for your chance to win a quad bike helmet!

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Helmets One in five quad bike incidents result in head trauma. Wearing a helmet is the best way to minimise the risk of a head injury.

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Training Even the most experienced riders need to be prepared for the unexpected – enrol in a training course near you.

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Kids on kids bikes

Kids on kids bikes One in five Queensland quad bike deaths are kids under the age of 16. Adult-sized quad bikes are too large for kids and can be difficult to handle.

Read about kids bikes

Loads and attachments

Overloaded Heavy loads and attachments can make quad bikes even more unstable - reduce the risk of a roll-over.

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Don't double

Doubled Doubling on a single-seat quad bike increases the risk of a roll-over – make sure you never double.

Read about doubling

General safety

Tick Things you need to know about quad bike and side-by-side vehicle safety.

Read about general safety