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Skill park "Tri ovce" is build for all levels of riders from novice to intermediate/advance riders. It offers three 100m lines packed with features with 20° average stepness. You can use this place as a single trail rider or skill park, depending on line you chose to ride and deciding whether you are going to ride it from top to bottom or will be training single features.

The park consists of three lines (green, blue and red) and small picnic area to relax and grill some food Smile .

Green line is suitable for novice riders and young kids, who want to progress in their skills but still don't have confidence to ride larger objects. The green line offers north-shore ride, 3 paralel drop with 20cm progression each and 3 paralel tabletops with 20cm progression each.

Blue line can be ridden by beginers and intermediate riders who are comfortable with short kicks and tight berms. The bottom part of the line is designed as a short pump track with rollers and various skill features like skinnies, seasaw and stepup tables.

Red line is short but heavy, with small rock kicker over the rock garden, followed by step, tight berm that takes you up to 2m drop!

The skill park is currently still being build. By the summer the green line will be completed and by the end of the year 2020 all lines with all features will be ready to ride!

Please check the latest info on clubs page!


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      • 45.968428, 14.290095
      • Vrhnika, Slovenia
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