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UK trail centre updates

Posted on October 30 in Routes

SWINLEY FOREST - new/revamped Bikini (Carwash) Line - a fun new set of jumps accessed from the top of red 10 (previously red 20)
NEWBURY - a pump track in Goldwell Park, revamping an old dirt track, now for all-weather riding FLYUP 417 - Flowberone - a new red grade trail offering drops, jumps and plenty of berms. 
FOREST OF DEAN - the blue grade Verderers trail has a new optional red grade climb and a new red grade downhill trail and jumps and drops have been added into the Freeminers Red Skills area
PHEONIX BIKE PARK - has a new Pro-line trail and has rebuild the pump track at Ground Zero Park.
HAVOK 2.0 BIKE PARK - in case you missed it, after having to close in 2021 it re-opened in spring 2023 at Todmorden, OL14 8PU 

VAN RD TRAILS - a big, new all-erode pump track, located in Caerphilly  
COED LLANDEGLA - new red trail added called 'Pipeline' and 'Natural Selection' a technical off-piste 
DYFI BIKE PARK - Insta360 Flowstate, a 400 metre, single black diamond grade trail offering rocks, woodland singletrack, drops, big berms and even a wallride.  
HAFOD TRAILS - not long until this brand new uplift venue opens, near Brechfa forest 

FORT WILLIAM - the new Bike Park is now home to Scotland’s second largest pump track, an ‘adaptive bike track’ (and a BMX / skate park, and trials area to follow). 
LAGGAN WOLFTRAX - new blue trail opened on 18th October 2023 
GLENCOE MTN RESORT - new red section with rollers, berms and (optional) gap jump, located just off the chairlift.
CALLENDAR ESTATE - new blue trail to provide some progression from the green.
TARLAND TRAILS - Pittenderich offers blue, red and black trails
GLENLIVET - 'Kieran's line' (named in memory of Keiran Mckandie) offers a new jump Pro-Line
CAIRNGORM MTB PARK - introduce two novel 100m conveyor belts to provide family-friendly uplifts, to access the descent.

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