Avg: 4.8 (5 votes)
The Whatcom Falls Pump Track was built in partnership by the Whatcom Mountain Bike Coalition and the City of Bellingham in 2017. The track features both intermediate and advanced loops, along with a beginner track designed for strider bikes without pedals for children just learning to ride. This is a great place for the whole family to enjoy and improve their bike handling skills.

-Use bicycles only
-Helmets required
-No night riding
-Respect closures for weather or track conditions
-No loud music
-Use walk up path for entering and exiting pump track

To help minimize pump track maintenance and have a fun, safe experience, please observe the pump track etiquette below.

-Please avoid riding in wet conditions
-Smooth or semi-slick tires preferred
-Riders on track have right of way
-No running, walking or climbing on top of berms
-Keep track entrances on start ramp clear for riders
-Ride slowly through Whatcom Falls Park and respect other trail and park users
-No riding on the basketball court while players are using the court
-Spectators please stay off the start ramp during busy times and use the outside areas for viewing
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Jul 14, 2022 @ 2:03pm
Jul 14, 2022
A little dry, but otherwise great. Fun. Best for BMX or DJ. view
Nov 15, 2020 @ 4:20pm
Nov 15, 2020
Mar 24, 2020 @ 10:10pm
Mar 24, 2020
City of Bellingham Parks & Rec has closed this pump track due to the outbreak of Covid 19 and that you'll be in close congregation with each... view
Feb 19, 2019 @ 5:29pm
Feb 19, 2019
Still covered with a lot of snow. view
Aug 8, 2018 @ 8:33am
Aug 8, 2018
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      • Sunset LN
      • Bellingham, WA United States
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      A Night At The Pump Track
      A Night At The Pump Track
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      Apr 20, 2019
      After snowboarding for my last day of the season at Mt. Baker I headed to the pump track for a solo session. I love this place!


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