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In 2012, the City of Toronto commissioned Jay Hoots, the most experienced bike park designer in North America, to design a new bike park in the western beaches that runs parallel to the north side of Lake Shore Boulevard between Colborne Lodge Road and Ellis Avenue.

The park has been designed to offer progressively difficult challenges and opportunities for off-road cycling skill building. The park includes a variety of riding features: a skills trail, pumptracks, a wide variety of jump lines, a large drop and a wall ride. It also has a pick-up and drop off area, family meeting area, trails, boardwalks and more. These amenities make the park an ideal destination for families and people who wish to try off-road cycling for the first time.

This bike park addresses the lack of off-road cycling venues in the west end of the city. The hope is that it will reduce or eliminate informal parks being created in ecologically sensitive areas in the High Park neighbourhood. This project is a concrete example of Parks, Forestry and Recreation's work with the off-road cycling community to protect forests and natural areas in the City.
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