Avg: 3.4 (8 votes)
"This park was built by Jay Hoots for UniverCity, and he's done an awesome job. There are three jump lines, and a really nice pump track. I highly recommend you check it out, it's a lot of fun. There's a small parking area beside the park. As for location, it's right across from the bus loop at the top of the mountain, right beside SFU." - From BMBA's post.
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Oct 13, 2020 @ 10:09am
Oct 13, 2020
Dead view
Nov 3, 2019 @ 1:07am
Nov 3, 2019
torn down view
Oct 27, 2019 @ 9:04pm
Oct 27, 2019
A fence has been erected around the dirt jumps with no trespassing signs on it. Safe to say they're going to be leveled any day now. view
Jul 28, 2019 @ 1:21am
Jul 28, 2019
May these great dirt jumps rest in piece. Univercity has put up a notice stating that the dirt jumps are very soon going to be leveled to prep the... view
Sep 13, 2016 @ 3:37pm
Sep 13, 2016
Shape is perfect for dirt jumps as well as for pumptrack. view
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      • University Cresent & Highland St
      • Burnaby, BC Canada
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      UniverCity Dirt Jumps
      UniverCity Dirt Jumps
      0:46 | 579 | comments: 1 | favs: 1
      Nov 30, 2015
      Drone, SFU, and jumps. How to (not) go to school. #notsteezyatall


      • + 3
       The large jumps and whole park combined with pump track is very well done. Looking forward to next summer to try out the big set! Thanks Hoots and company
      • + 1
       Park is in full sun the jumps get really dry, sandy and dusty. Careful on these days as it increases the chances of your tires slipping out from under you. Would probably only come back after a rainfall.
      • - 1
       I have to say the largest jumps to the right weren't built properly. Just by looking at them there not in line with each other, this could potentially end someone's run pretty bad one day. But besides that I feel the park is pretty sweet just could've had some more thought put into it, I feel like they rushed to build it.
      • + 3
       I have rode them and they flow perfectly good with the right line into them.
      • + 1
       Love this park, but can't help thinking about the day when SFU will inevitably tear the jumps down when they run out of room for condos.
      • + 2
       Welp looks like that day is coming pretty quick

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