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Bike parks are great places to hone your bike handling skills. They provide a controlled and safe environment to ride in and are suitable for all ages, ability levels and all types of bikes. A well designed park allows riders to progress through a variety of features from beginner to advanced levels all within a dynamic self-taught environment.

The Riverview Bike Park provides an additional free recreational opportunity to Devon residents and visitors. The park serves as a gathering points for people who enjoy taking part in healthy outdoor activities.

Bike parks also offer a risk management solution to unauthorized jumps and features within a municipality. With that said unauthorized jumps and features found in the bike park or the Devon trail system will be removed.


Apr 21, 2015 @ 7:50pm
Apr 21, 2015
Most lines open. Loose dry soil in corners and between dirt jumps. Some areas of the dirt require maintenance. view
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