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The Sapwi Bike Park project is a partnership between the Concerned Off-Road Bicyclists Association (CORBA) and Conejo Recreation And Parks District (CRPD). The park will be a free, public recreational bicycle skills park facility located in the heart of beautiful Sapwi Trails Community Park in Thousand Oaks, California. The Community Park will also feature several miles of multi-use trails, natural habitat preservation, and other activities such as disc golf, cross-country running, and a non-motorized glider flying area. The bike park portion received full approval from CRPD in 2017 and is now under development.

The Sapwi Trails Bike Park will offer a wide range of trails and features to challenge all ages and skill levels. In addition to a pump track, the park will feature progressive drop and jump lines – varying in difficulty from beginner to advanced. Outside of the dedicated bike park area, there will be several trail side feature areas and a hard-surface beginner level pump track. This is an exciting project in a community that has a long history with and is deeply invested in the sport of cycling.

CORBA, a 501c3 nonprofit, is a chapter of the International Mountain Bicycling Association (IMBA). CORBA has entered into an agreement with (CRPD) to construct and maintain Sapwi Trails Bike Park and the multi-use trails and skills stations within Sapwi Trails Community Park.

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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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