place Bridport, DT6 6HG
Symondsbury Bike Trail and Skills Park is near Bridport in Dorset. It opened at the beginning of August 2013.
It consists of an XC trail and a Skills Park Area with 4 Mini Trails and Jumps. The XC trail is open to the general public and the Bike Skills Park has a day rate and an annual membership and you will need to sign a disclaimer.
XC Bike Trail
The Symondsbury XC route is an 8km scenic trail with sea views, singletrack and rocky descents. The XC bike trail is free for all to use! Parking available behind Manor Yard.
Wyld Quarry Trail - This trail has been engineered to be as close to natural as possible. This course winds around a disused quarry before you enter the Ammonite Drop - a 10 foot rock shute that launches you into a table-top jump combo. It leads directly into Shutes Copse Single Track, after a rocky braking zone.
Sloe Copse Single Track - A classic old-school hand-built single track that winds downhill through the copse into a series of berms and turns. Constructed by Matt Broom of West Wales Trails, using traditional course building methods. Can be combined with Wylde Quarry Trail to give a double length run brimming with features.
Flow Trail - A mini downhill trail constructed of machine-built berms, rollers and table tops. You have to nail each element cleanly to 'flow' your way to the end. This is a seriously technical ride but SO much fun!
4-cross Track - A four-on-four race track! There a three different routes for you to race to the bottom, over some jaw-dropping jumps, drop offs, tables and much more! There different routes are going to cater for both intermediate and advanced riders. Suspension is HIGHLY recomended! Estimated completion time: End of April 2014!
Symondsbury Bike Skills Park is open Saturday & Sunday from 10am to 5pm.
Daily pass costs £5 and a annual pass cost £20.
Age 11+ (under 11 must be supervised by parent/guardian - no under 5's).
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