CRESTMEAD and Marsden residents say they are being "terrorised" by trail bike riders speeding down their streets.
One Crestmead resident, who did not wish to be identified for safety reasons, feared somebody would become seriously hurt if the riders continued to ride uncontrollably throughout the streets.
"They have no regard for the road rules or for any other road users," he said.
"They just hop on their bikes and tear up and down the streets without a care in the world.
"Sometimes they are going so fast they wouldn't be able to stop if a car or bicycle pulled out.
"Or worse, what if a pedestrian was crossing the road?"
Angered, the man also continued on to say the riders had once again started riding erratically after a short period of no activity.
"Earlier on in the year, the riders used to be really bad," he said.
"They would ride at all times of the day and night.
"And then it quietened down for a little while.
"But last week, we once again heard and saw them flying down our street and we thought 'not again'."
He described the riders as a nuisance.
"They are just out to cause some trouble in the local neighbourhood and annoy the residents," he said.
"I know many people are becoming very sick of their actions.
"I want to tell them to grow up and think about the danger they are putting themselves and others in."
Crestmead Police Station Officer in Charge, Senior Sergeant Rob Mulhern said many traffic reports came from his local area.
"Most of the reports we get for traffic complaints have been in the Marsden area," Snr Sgt Mulhern said.
"We do get some in the suburb of Crestmead to a lesser number.
"But it is for a wide range of vehicles including trail bikes, hooning or speeding.
"Unfortunately these people are not out there for hours and hours.
"Sometimes they just do a run up or down the street for 10 minutes and annoy people before going back to their backyards."
In a bid to help police catch these offenders, Snr Sgt Mulhern is urging residents to contact the Hooning Hotline on 13HOON and offer as much information about the vehicle or person as they can.
"Information such as the time and date of the offence, vehicle colour, a description on their clothing or helmet could help us in finding these people," he said.
He also said if the matter was urgent, residents could contact the Crestmead Police Station on 3803 9555.