Key facts about the Bike Park

Total Number of Trails  10
Beginner [Green]  2
Intermediate [Blue]  4
Expert [Black]  4

If you are able to ride a bike, use the brakes and shift gears…there is a trail for you!

The Pump Track at the bottom of the hill is a great way to improve the skills of riders of all abilities. The goal is to not pedal or brake as you circle the track. Flow is critical.
 
Do a warm-up run! Take a ride down Sugar Mama. This 2m wide rolling trail is 2 km long and suitable for virtually anyone who has ever ridden a mountain bike before. If singletrack is what you’re after, try Choupette...a bite size taste of Sugarloaf’s easier offerings.
 
Blue riders will want to hit Sugar Daddy. This 2 km jump trail is packed with tables, step-ups, step downs and berms that will have you grinning ear to ear. Good old -fashioned smooth and flowy singletrack that mountain bike dreams are made of. The  Swamp Donkey is a good old -fashioned smooth and flowy singletrack that mountain bike dreams are made of. 
  
Advanced riders can choose from a number of old-school rooty, rocky, and steep technical singletrack. Kodiac is a little less rooty but we’ve added a number of north-shore style wooden features to spice things up. L’Acadienne is the original DH and is for experts only. Planning on racing this summer? Do a few laps of Ti-Polo and L’Acadienne and you’ll be ready for anything.
 
HOURS AND HOURS OF FUN AWAIT YOU AT THE MOST EXCITING BIKE PARK IN ATLANTIC CANADA!!
 

 

 

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