When there is not enough snow, it’s raining or you just want to practice your mountain bike or BMX skills, JOYRIDE 150 Indoor Bike Park is the place to be!
Joyride was created in 2009 by avid bike riders. It boasts 102,000sq/ft for bike riders of all disciplines and skill levels. Joyride features beginner, intermediate, expert levels of riding in all sections.
There staff is super friendly and very helpful.
Here’s a list of facilities…
Bike Shop – Great place to buy Joyride Swag or if you require service
Lockers & Change rooms – The have a limited number of lockers but they do have shelves. Bring your own lock.
Party Rooms – Birthday parties are popular here
Now with the fun part….THE PARK:
Beginner Area – Skinnies and pump track located at the entrance. It’s not too busy here,,,you just have to look out for the little people.
Cross Country – It’s an 800m mountain bike trail that includes climds/decents with rocks log overs. What a great way to learn this skills of singletrack.
Pump Track – The have a beginner for the little people and advanced. I would suggest going here first, just to warm up the muscle and get in your groove.
Skinnies – So much variety and lots of different obstacle including a teeter totter and logs.
Foam Pit – It’s exactly what it sounds like. Only 1 person can drop in at a time and you are landing in Foam. Like all areas at JoyRide, this one has beginner to Advanced.
Street Plaza – Another great name for an area for the BMX lovers. There’s wall rines, spines, quarter pipes and lots more.
Jumps – This is very popular for all. I would suggest trying the green first just to get a feel for it then gradually work up. I just sit there sometimes and watch the kids on the Red – Advanced jumps. Simply amazing!
My recommendation – Dress in layers as it does get cold but you do warm up quickly.
I’ve noticed, when your renting a bike, they do hand out bikes catered to the rider. I tried a guys rental and it was much heavier than mine. The one I was given had Carbon bars.
This is a great way to stay in shape and to keep on top of your skills in the off season.
Happy adventuring! #getoutside ♥