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Nearest Town: Great Ayton   

Great Ayton Mountain Bike Trails has dirt jumps for the beginer to the expert rider. Read more

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Great Ayton Trails - Local groups set up and built this jump park that has everything for the beginer to the expert.... it is always having new jumps and sections built and is large enough to spend a good few hours.

Parking is not easy and the main road at the bottom of the track is hard to cross at peak times.
Nearest Town: Great Ayton

Trail Reviews Summary

Fun factor
Fun factor 8.5000 out of 10
Trail variety
Trail variety 8.5000 out of 10
Trail quality
Trail quality 8.5000 out of 10
Facilities 8.5000 out of 10
Location 8.5000 out of 10

"A spot with a lot of variety - very good for the pros and the new starters alike"
Review by: rockhopper77 on 27 May 2010

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Head north up the A1(M) for about 45 miles and take the Disforth turning, the A168 to Thirsk and onto the A19. Continue up the A19 for another 10 miles or so and turn right onto the A172 towards Stokesley. At the first roundabount in Stokesley go right up the A173. Great Ayton is only a couple of miles on. Pass through the village and look for the back of the Great Ayton sign that you would see if you were coming the other way. Park up on the left near the gates. On your bike go back towards the village for 50 yards and turn left down the dirt track. Follow the track and cross the railway line. The trails are up the hill on the left.

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Great Ayton Trails 4.3 out of 5 based on 2 ratings. 2 user reviews.

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