Emergency services responded to three separate and simultaneous rescues on bike trails in Northern Tasmania today.
Two crashes occurred at Derby, while another was at St Helens.
A 55-year-old man and 50-year-old female crashed at Derby - the man suffered a broken leg and was evacuated via the Westpac Rescue Helicopter from the Return to Sender trail.
The woman was rescued by SES volunteers and treated by an Ambulance Tasmania paramedic for a broken collar bone.
She too was riding on the Return to Sender trail, according to police.
In other news:
A 26-year-old man received a broken collar bone from a crash on the Salty Sea Dog track at St Helens.
He was rescued by SES, Tasmania Police and Ambulance Tasmania teams.
Tasmania Police said all patients were taken to hospital.
Senior Constable Leighton Riggall from Northern Search and Rescue said with good weather and trail conditions, emergency services are seeing an increase in riders across trail networks.
"It is helpful in ensuring a timely response that you know how to provide your exact location when calling for help - consider downloading the free Emergency+ app on your smart phone, which will display your co-ordinates," he said.