Calls have been made for a designated area to be introduced for scrambler bikes in a bid to tackle antisocial behaviour.
There have been reports of off-road bikers causing havoc at Camperdown Park.
Dash cam footage shows three riders leaving a nature trail at the popular attraction.
Problems with scrambler bikes have also been reported by residents in St Mary’s and at Clatto Woods.
Captain James Crawford, chairman of trustees for the Friends of Camperdown House, has called for a solution to be found to please all parties.
He said: “There were similar issues in Fife with scrambler bikes coming on to the land. An agreement was reached to allow them to use the space at certain times and that has gone some way to curbing the problems.
“An area the size of Camperdown is very hard to police and we certainly don’t want people riding down nature trails in the park.
“It would seem to be a sensible option to try to work with the riders to find a safe area for them to use.”
Strathmartine councillor Stewart Hunter said he was happy to look at finding a solution to an “old problem”.
He said: “In my time as a councillor there has always been a problem with scrambler bikes.
“The police do all they can but if there was a place where the riders could go it would certainly make a lot of sense.
“The problem is finding a suitable location that is safe and secluded.”
Fellow area councillor Ian Borthwick said the latest incident was another example of “reckless” behaviour by those involved.
He added: “I will certainly bring this latest incident to the attention of the authorities.
“I’ve been made aware of issues in the park in the past.”
Alan Ross, convener of the city council’s community safety and public protection committee, urged anyone who witnesses antisocial behaviour involving scrambler bikes to contact the police or the community safety wardens.
He added: “This type of behaviour is completely unacceptable and is a blight on our communities.”