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Bike parks in Switzerland

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Bike parks in Switzerland

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Sometimes flowy, sometimes techy, and not a second of boredom: bike parks offer you the ultimate kick. Ideally suited to the needs of MTB-fans, they allow you to perfect your style, and add climb upon climb. From small and regional to international renown – check out the bike parks closest to you.

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    Verbier Bikepark

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    In the Bikepark Verbier downhill fans will find 7 downhill slopes with different levels of difficulty, from blue beginner slopes to the competition track and 23 different enduro slopes. Funicular fun starts with fun, from half-day tickets to season passes, there are various options for short trips or longer stays.

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    Bikepark Zürich

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    Bike Park Zurich offers beginners and professionals varied tracks on around 5,500 square meters - right in the city of Zurich. Thanks to its special design, no water can penetrate the tracks, so that driving is possible even in rainy weather. Thanks to the Urban BMX track, BMX fans will get their money's worth. The site also offers plenty of opportunities for a relaxing break with two rest areas, benches and a fountain. The public toilets are located in the adjacent skate park.

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    Bikelehrpfad Gränichen

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    The bike trail Gränichen is a small bike park for training purposes. At more than 20 stations you can improve your bike technique under the guidance of a blackboard. In addition, the Bikelehrpfad is about 1.5km distance of the international mountain bike race in Gränichen. Little Rockgarden, small jumps, drops, tight curves, steep wall curves, crunchy uphills - everything that fascinates the mountain bike sport!

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    Bikepark Velodrome Suisse

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    In Grenchen, Velodrome Suisse operates a BMX and pump track facility of around 8,000 square meters. The pump track and the 3-meter BMX launch pad are open to the public and can be used free of charge. The 8-meter launch pad is only available to licensed athletes from Swiss Cycling and is intended for professional training.

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    Bikepark Bellwald

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    The two downhill runs in the Valais mountain village of Bellwald begin at the mountain station on the Alpe Richenen at 2,040 meters above sea level and end directly at the valley station chairlift in Bellwald. No one is guaranteed to get bored on the 2,200-meter-long downhill slopes.

    The first objects that will make the bike take off are already waiting for the first 200 meters - and then you continue through steep wall curves, kickers, step-ups, step-downs and wooden bridges. In addition to the Raceline, there are of course also various Northshores. Chickenways are also available for the less experienced; a pump track is in the making.

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    Bikepark Hölstein

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    In the Bikepark Hölstein there are wooden obstacles for the technical training, a large earth pump track and a great picnic area. The facility is suitable for young and old, as well as for amateur athletes and professionals. The technical and picnic area is open all year and in all weather. The pump track is closed in winter. From spring to autumn, the Facebook page provides information on whether the pump track is open. In May / June the local bike race, the ORIS Cup, takes place.

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    DirtPark Steffisburg

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    The Funpark Steffisburg is the most famous Dirtjump park in Switzerland. 16 jumps, a Schnitzellandung and a big Quarterpipe offer on 4 Lines great variety and training opportunity of beginners to professionals. Entry is free, with the help of shoveling, tidying or covering the jumps with tarps desired. Every year there is a stop of the Dirt Offspring Series and the Event Dirt King. In summer, a bike school is also offered.

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    Bikepark Bonaduz

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    Just 15 km from Chur and therefore easily accessible, the Bikepark Bonaduz is an ideal training ground for young and old, which makes it possible to supplement the technical driving skills. Via roots, steps, jumps and Northshore track paths, the riding technique can be perfected on every level, and on the many trail descents in and around the bike park, bikers of all skill levels will find something that suits their needs.

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    Bikepark Lenzerheide

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    Only 16 km from Chur, the Lenzerheide bike park can be reached quickly by car or public transport. It is located between the Scharmoin middle station and the Rothorn valley station.

    Five routes in all levels of difficulty offer you entertainment: from the simple FLOWline, through the medium-difficulty PRIMEline and SHOREline, to the black STYLEline and the STRAIGHTline World Cup route.

    In the Skill Center, kids and beginners can practice basic techniques and go up to the routes in a relaxed way by cable car. You can find all information on opening times, prices and events here: bikekingdom.ch/de.

    You can get a few impressions of the FLOWline here: komoot.de/highlight/467619.

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