19 May 2017 | By billy1979
Keep up to date with all the latest mountain bike trail news as we unearth the latest developments and gossip with our Trail Build Heros rolling news service.
Last updated: 19th May 2017
The boardwalk section on the Whites Level trail at Afan Forest is now fully open after some repair and TLC work this week. Enjoy!
Trail builders Bike Track have recently carried out some maintenance work at Rushcliffe county park in Nottingham on the 4x track there!
The Trail Crew at Bike Park Wales have been working their magic on Terry's Belly and it's looking epic! We'll let you know when it will re open as soon as possible!
The Rotate Downhill trail group have been busy making some minor changes over the weekend to the new section of 'Split Richard' that joins onto the bottom of the old duel line. The trail has now been reopened, so feel free to have a look. There's a small drop and a new catch berm before the old jumps on the Dual line. Please keep the skids to a minimum, and have a quick look before you hit anything first time!
Penmachno mountain bike trails in North Wales have just installed some the new map boards and section names. They took to opportunity to rename some sections too!
Work is well underway on a new black graded mountain bike decent at the iconic Glentress Trail Centre in South Scotland.
Ready for the Easter weekend Revolution Bike Park in North Wales have just opened Reddy McRedface, a new red graded downhill trail which runs from top to bottom!
The popular Terry's Belly blue graded mountain bike trail at Bikepark Wales will be closed from the 24th of May for approximately 6 weeks for some much needed TLC!
We are pleased to announce the opening of "Cooking on Gas" a new amazingly flowy and fun blue graded mountain bike trail in Lady Cannings on the edge of Sheffield.
We have just heard the awesome news that the legendary Twrch Mountain Bike trail at Cwmcarn in South Wales will be fully reopen within the next couple of weeks.
This weekend saw the official opening of the new mountain bike skills area at the Forest of Dean, which includes a new pump track, drops line and jump line!
Wind Hill B1KEPARK based on the Longleat Estate in Wiltshire is set to open next weekend 7th April offering a variety of trails ranging from blue grade to extreme freeride and downhill.
The resurfacing works on the last section of the Quercus Trail at Whinlatter Trail Centre is going well with improved drainage and berms tweaked to improve riding flow. Once completed it will remain closed for about 2 weeks to allow it to settle and harden. Hopefully this new section will be open for Easter holidays.
The trail crew down at The Track Portreath in Cornwall have been busy building lots of new jump and pump lines due to reopen on the 1st April 2017. With over 15 tonnes of topping down, the new lines are shaping up nicely.
The eagle eyed among you may have noticed an addition to the Bikepark Wales trail map. If you like hand cut, steep, technical trails 'Escort' is going to rock your world!
Lady Cannings, Blue Steel trail has finally reopened! Because lots of the trail had to be largely rebuilt, it gave Bike Track the chance to go it and tweak and change all the little bits to make it ride even better than before!
BikePark Wales have just officially opened their latest blue plus graded trail ‘Popty Ping’. For more information click here.
Velosolutions UK have been working their magic again in Edinburgh with this new pump track at SKELF Mountain Bike Park opening to the public on 31st March!
Firecrest have had a busy day giving the top of Ricochet at Aston Hill Mountain Bike Park a make over ready for the #DH Race on a Sunday 12th March. Surfaced from the start and the 3 surfaced table tops should make for a lot of fun and plenty of air time!
New road gap at the bottom of Devils Dike at Okeford Hill Mountain Bike Park is back in action.
The local trail building group TIMBER have been busy improving the drainage and the berms on the “39 Steps”, a downhill section on the red graded trail at Thetford Forest.
The new jump line at Southampton Bike Park is taking shape after a productive weekend.
The TrailCraft crew are busy currently reshaping and sprucing up some of the switchbacks on the final descent of the Gwydir Mawr Trail formerly known as the Marin Trail in North Wales. Please stay off until further notice and follow the diversion signs.
Together with Ceredigion Rambler Association volunteers and the Ceredigion County Council Rights of Way team, we have replaced the broken bridge at Rhyd y Grib on the Syfydrin trail. You might get a little bit less wet on this trail now!
Only a month to go until this beauty is open. Roll on the summer evenings at Nant Yr Arian Mountain Bike Centre.
Moors Valley Country Park in Dorset are currently giving the single track through the woods a bit of TLC. Sections 8 to 12 are being re-surfaced to make for a much smoother ride with the plan to being back open by half term.
The Chase Trails trail group have just completed the new section at the end of Zig Zak part of the red graded Follow the Dog trail at Cannock Chase Mountain Bike Trails. PLEASE DO NOT RIDE THIS TRAIL YET! Please be patient and do NOT ride it - when it's ready and open we will make an announcement on here.
The new pump track at Stainburn Forest is taking shape as the SingletrAction Trail Building Group have started packing down over 20ft of aggregate. But it's not even close to ready so please don't ride or walk on the trail or features.
Woodys Bike Park near Par in Cornwall is due open in April 2017 weather permitting with everything from blue to double black uplifted graded trails. There has been some serious earth moved by Jasper Flashman at the helm, so you know it's gonna be rad! More details coming soon.
Pumptrack specialists Velosolutions are back in Scotland and work is now underway shaping up the latest creation in Edinburgh which will make up part of facilities at SKELF-Mountain-Bike-Park.
Work has started with a beginner's skills area and a refresh of the older trails at Lochore Meadows Mountain Bike Trails.
New section on Snakes and Ladders red graded trail at QECP Mountain Bike trails due to open on Monday.
The SingletrAction volunteer crew have been busy again at Dalby Forest developing the first half of what will be a new 220 metre red graded section of trail.
The first section which these pictures show is about 120m long. Its a will be red section. It starts like a pump track then follows up with a couple of stone step downs with several berms to finish. The second section with be a run of tabletops, but these a fair way off yet, that will make the whole thing about 220m The first section should be open by the spring at the latest.
Great to see the mountain bike trails at Hemlockstone getting the support of the local council with their new signage at the top of the hill.
URGENT! Sheep hill boardwalk has collapsed on Gisburn Forest Bike Trails and will be closed for many months while its all replaced. Please follow the diversion!
The pumptrack and skills area at the Forest of Dean is starting to take shape! It goes without saying - please stay off the area!!! It will be ready soon enough ; )
The last bit of the new red graded downhill trail at Revolution Bike Park is looking tasty from the air.
The trail crew at Wind Hill Mountain Bike Park are there from sun rise to sun down working to hopefully bring you an amazing bike park opening end of January, subject to weather conditions on the build, keep an eye on this page for updates on that!
Stoughton Downhill trail team have realised whilst riding other trail centres over the last couple of years, that 'The Vale' isn't really a black run. Therefore are planning on making their Black trail a TRUE Black trail. The top section of the track will be closed first, this will be from Wednesday 11th Jan 2017. Signs will be in place, please can everyone adhere to this whilst we carry out the maintenance and changes.
The trail crew at Havok Bike Park have some tasty new berms for you to rail on Dark Red trail.
WORK has been completed on the first phase of a BMX project for riders in Pendle and Burnley at the Steven Burke Sports Hub.
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