Avg: 4.5 (2 votes)
It has berms, rollers and optional jumps all that can be pumped and rolled. This area is best for dirt jump bikes and hard tails, but can be ridden by full suspension bikes as well
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Aug 2, 2020 @ 3:55pm
Aug 2, 2020
Great place for learning how to pump ride. The track is in great conditions. view
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      Taking my kids bike for a test run
      Taking my kids bike for a test run
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      Aug 2, 2020
      Dale River Plate!

      7 Comments

      • + 2
       Let's get some work parties set up to get this pump track up to snuff again. I live in the area and ride it from time to time. A little elbow grease and slight adjustments to the layout could go a long way. A good drainage plan could go a long way tom improve the longevity through all the seasons.
      • + 1
       I’ll help with the work if you can coordinate.
      • + 1
       @Dzaw460: I reached out toe NWTA, Sounds like there is some work on the way for this pump track, but it is not going to happening right away. I will post here if that changes. After going a few times recently, I realized there is a big population of RC car people who run around the track. Ia m guessing this is why is turns to marbles pretty quickly. Makes it so loose for new riders...
      • + 1
       @arwilso4: Yeah, I agree about the surface. I noticed the kids sliding around also had street tires or they were bald dirt tires like my kid. I rode my kids bike around and I was sliding a bit. I’m planning on taking my hard tail with dirt tires this week and seeing how it does.
      • + 2
       This pump track doesn't make any sense. The exits on the berms don't line up with the rollers in the middle so you can't ride a good circuit. They're also spaced for children or BMX bikes.
      • + 1
       This track was fun but needs some love. It was loose and dusty mid-July. Seems like it hasn't been maintained in a while. There are some very big rocks poking out on the berms. As another commenter mentioned, the lines coming out of the berms don't make much sense. I'll be back because it's still fun and my kids get a lot out of it.
      • + 1
       I’ll help if you can coordinate.





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