Avg: 5 (5 votes)
Sapwi Bike Park offers a recently upgraded (Spring 2022) beginner/intermediate pump track, as well as beginner, intermediate, advanced and expert jump lines. The jump lines feature wooden ramps, jumps and hips with dirt landings, berms and wall rides.

The Bike park is free to the public, and open from sunrise to sunset, except on Sundays when Sapwi's Dirt Church volunteers do weekly maintenance. The park is also closed during and after anything more than a 1/4" of rain, so check Instagram or the Sapwibikepark.com web site.

Sapwi Bike Park is led and managed by an all-volunteer committee of CORBA, the Concerned Off-Road Bicyclists Association (CORBA) in partnership with the Conejo Recreation And Parks District (CRPD). The Larger Sapwi Community Park also features several miles of multi-use trails, natural habitat preservation, and other activities such as a full competition disc golf course, hiking and running, and a non-motorized glider flying area.

With extensive community fundraising by CORBA’s Sapwi Bike Park Committee, the bike park opened in 2018 with a pump track. Over the next few years jump lines were added. Future plans (under construction spring 2022) include a flow trail into the park. Donations are always being accepted to help cover the cost of maintaining and expanding the park.
Skillpark Supporters & Maintainers


Feb 21, 2021 @ 11:50pm
Feb 21, 2021
Park usually have weekly maintenance from 8am-12pm view
Jul 14, 2020 @ 9:11am
Jul 14, 2020
The jump lines are closed between July 13 and August 12 2020 as we add an expert jump line, and reconfigure the beginner and intermediate lines,... view
Nov 5, 2019 @ 4:31pm
Nov 5, 2019
Jump line opened on 11-2-19 and has beginner, intermediate, & advanced lines. The pump track has been updated and is well taken care of. The... view
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