Tidworth Freeride is one of the South’s best kept secrets when it comes to riding spots. Now under B1KE’s management we are doing everything we can to get the word out about how good the mountain bike trails at Tidworth really are!
With a range of Freeride focussed downhill trails you’d be forgiven for thinking you’d been dropped in a Bikepark in mainland Europe.
To Ride at Tidworth Freeride you need to be a B1KEPARK Member, There are now 2 Membership Options. You can Register as a Free-2-Ride Member which is Free you will Pay for a £7 Day Pass on each visit. The best option is to Register as a Site Member which is a one of Fee to ride at Tidworth Freeride and any of the B1KEParks in the Network for 12 Months (the equivalent of 7 B1KEPARK Network visits)!
Site Membership Prices:
Adult – 18yrs – £85.00
Youth – Under 18yrs – £60.00
Students (those in full time education) - £70
Forces - £75 (though further discount can be achieved if regiments buy into corporate passes....please contact B1KE in for further information)
With more B1KEPARK’s joining the Network soon this is a great option and there’s no better time to take it out than at the start of the season!
Winter Opening Hours
Mon & Fri 10:00am - 5:30pm
Weekends 8:30am - 6:00pm
|Sat Nav:||SP9 7TE|
|Grid Ref:||SU 23566 46678|
Published: 17 January 2018
Tidworth might be closed for the winter but the team have already been busy planning for 2018 with winter dig days and the return of the Root 1 race series.
Published: 21 November 2017
Tidworth Freeride recently hosted the 5th annual Hooper Hooner and conditions were very treachourous. Watch the highlights here with a few great crashes!
Published: 19 October 2016
Check it out Hooner 2016 track preview has landed courtesy of Alfie Bacon and Ollie House..... Lining up to be a good'n!!.... Still entries available get in while you can 40 remaining....
Published: 3 October 2016
When Ben Deakin 'The Deakinator' hit the trails at Tidworth Freeride we were only too happy to join the party.
Please note: Distance is calculated as air distance or "as the crow flies" the most direct route between two points, so the distance by road maybe slightly longer.
Disclaimer: All trails and location details have been submitted to this website by independent contributors and resources. We hold no personal responsibility for the accuracy or legality of any trail description or location published herein. All listings are for information only.