Mountain Bike Trails

Mountain Bike Trails

Cyclopark has 6 kilometres of mountain bike trails, designed by World Cup trail designer, Hugh Clixby.

Each trail has been designed to cater for different abilities, from beginners, to those who are up for a challenge!

Don't have a bike, or you’re unable to bring your own? Don't worry! Here at Cyclopark we offer bike hire.

All day access for cyclists with their own bikes & helmets during public sessions costs just £7. We have 3 levels of mountain bike trails available here at the park:

  • Blue – Wide berms and gentle rollers  
  • Red – Fast flowing trails, with spiral mountain loop and rock features
  • Black – Challenging rock garden sections

Riding After Dark

The mountain bike trails are available for use after dusk on weekdays until 9pm.

What you'll need:

  • A minimum of 2 riders together
  • Lights - minimum of 600 lumens
  • Sign in (and out) at reception with emergency contact number.

MTB After School Skills Club

Weekly skills sessions coached by 7 X British Bike trial champion Scott Wilson. Learn new skills and make new friends!

  • Dates: Tuesday
  • Time: 5pm – 6pm
  • Age: 7 - 16
  • Price: £7.00
  • Equipment: Bike & helmet included

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 Mountain bike club

Weekly skills sessions coached by 7 X British Bike trial champion Scott Wilson. Take your riding to a new level and build your confidence on the trails.

  • Dates: Tuesday
  • Time: 6:30pm – 8pm
  • Age: 12+
  • Price: £10.00
  • Equipment: Bike & helmet included 

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Cyclocross sessions are available during Winter months.

This style of racing requires a special set of skills that stem from mountain biking and road cycling. Within our seasonal coached sessions, riders can expect preparation for the unique demands required of this well-established winter discipline.

Training sessions: Coaching sessions with the main focuses on specific skills, mounting and dis-mounting, off camber practice and more.

Speak to a member of our team for more information. Call 01474 831 400

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Mountain Bike Trails

Mountain Bike Trails

Fact: Did you know that you should stay seated when mountain biking uphill?