Avg: 5 (3 votes)
Through the creation of man made wooden features and by using the natural gradient provided by an old disused gravel pit we are hoping to bring a small taste of Wales or the Alps to Suffolk!

The total size of the site is around 25 acres and is easily accessible and located on the A14 between Bury Edmunds and Newmarket.

We have squeezed an intense approx. 3. 5 mike cross country / cyclocross course around the site which incorporates many of the features we have on site such as jumps ,table tops , various drops and a rock feature.

Key features have been designed to test your mettle and hopefully improve your skills before heading off to the mountains proper… be it mastering a drop or getting air!!

The bike park comprises two areas:
– The pump track and skills area outside the shop
– PIT where we have bigger features/ jumps /drops and the xc course.
Admission £5 GBP


Apr 18, 2022 @ 11:23am
Apr 18, 2022
Lots of jumps good for all ages highly recommended much better than thetford forest for learning how to jump. view
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      • Bury Road, Kentford, Newmarket, CB8 7PZ.
      • Newmarket, United Kingdom
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