Avg: 4.55 (14 votes)
"We are working with the city of Surrey toward the goal of a bike park facility in a small portion of Invergarry park(a previously disturbed area and a former construction waste dump) The heavy use of Surrey's formal bike facilities and the ongoing construction of unsanctioned trails, dirt jumps and free-ride features underscores both the popularity of the sport in Surrey and the need to develop additional safe, sanctioned facilities in the city." --Dirtwest

Invergary Park is North Surrey's Bike Park. It has a number of features on a short network of trails with about 50-100 feet of vertical. There are a number of gap jumps with a few sections of multiple jumps in a row. There are also a few drops ranging from 2 foot to 10 feet. It is a good area to practice your riding skills. Below the bike park is a deep ravine with a few trails that lead down into it. Some of the trails can be made into a loop.
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Apr 10, 2021 @ 3:30pm
Apr 10, 2021
Awesome bike park. Took my 3 yr old and was able to ride the green trail and all features on his balance bike. I was able to ride the other... view
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