Bike rider, motorcyclist, crash at Bulli

Two men have been extracted from bushland at Bulli Tops and airlifted to hospital after an accident involving a mountain bike and a motorcycle.

The two collided t-bone style about 7am, within the Illawarra Escarpment State Conservation Area, about 1km from Bulli Pass.

The 25-year-old motorcyclist had the worst injuries, including a fractured jaw, and was given first use of the single four-wheel-drive ambulance that was able to reach the accident site. 

He was later airlifted from Bulli Showground to St George Hospital.

The mountain bike rider, 42, suffered a fractured upper arm and possible a fractured wrist. He was flown to Liverpool Hospital.

Wollongong police are investigating the circumstances leading to the accident.

Ambulance rescue helicopters attended two men at Bulli this morning.

Ambulance rescue helicopters attended two men at Bulli this morning.