Avg: 4.2 (4 votes)
The dirt jumps at Port Kells, are one of the oldest sets of jumps in the Surrey area. This spot is known for having the best dirt there is for dirt jumps, and this is what has made this spot so special for so long. There are currently 3 sets of jumps, ranging in skill levels from beginner to advanced. Future plans include run-in upgrades, and a pumptrack.

source: http://www.sorcebikeclub.org/index.php/bike-parks/213-port-kells-dirt-jumps
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Jun 7, 2022 @ 9:18am
Jun 7, 2022
Great shape, good dirt. Dont love the jump build but it is a great spot if you are a better jumper than me. haha view
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      • + 0
       Dirt seems awesome but they have eliminated any real beginner line. Its tiny, and then "big", with 3 variations of big. The "small" line even has a small gap. Really poorly thought out.

      Would have loved to have had a good dj spot near my place but similar to the willoughby bike part. Its a pump track or a pro line. Poorly thought out. I also don't think its maintained by SORCE anymore since its not listed on their website?
      • + 2
       Do you think it would be ok to maintain/patch (make them epic) them? I’m only referring to people booting for using a shovel
      • + 1
       These jumps aren't big however they are also not for beginners but I must add that they are the smoothest jumps because the dirt is perfect

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