Bikepark Beerfelden

Bike parks around Baden-Württemberg

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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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    Bikepark Albstadt

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    The bike park Albstadt, located in the beautiful Swabian Alb, is a playground for "small and large" with constantly maintained tracks that offer lines in various difficulty levels and many jump variants. In the attached shop you will find fresh snacks, cakes and drinks and a workshop for problems with the two wheels. Beginners can get started with the Beginners' package.

    Opening hours Bikepark:
    Saturday and Sunday (and bank holidays): 10 am to 5 pm (June to September from 1 to 7 pm)

    Prices:
    Day ticket: 22 euros
    Children's day ticket: 18 euros
    5 points card: 12 euros
    10 points card: 22 euros

    Info:
    bikezone-albstadt.de/Media/Ausflugsziele/Bikepark-Albstadt

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    Bikepark Beerfelden

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    The town of Beerfelden is conveniently located between the cities of Darmstadt, Mannheim and Heilbronn, so that the Bikepark Beerfelden can be reached from all three places in just over an hour. The bike park offers very different freeride, downhill and super-enduro routes, each about one kilometer long. The access to the tracks is done with the ski lift Beerfelden.

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    Freeride Mountain Schorndorf

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    The Freeride Mountain Bike Park Schorndorf is run by the SG Schorndorf Bikeriders e. V.
    For several years now, the team has run the bike park, which is constantly being renewed and improved. In addition to a pump track with many variations, there are various dirtlines for all skill levels. From the simple and most widely used tablelines, to a line with various race track obstacles, to the big doublelines and the contestline everything is there. The highlight is the floodlight system of the bike park. Thus, even decent nightsessions nothing stands in the way. Please note the training times of the club here.

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    Bikepak Münsingen

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    The Mountain Bike Park at the sports grounds Wiesental is a public institution of the city of Münsingen, which was set up by the cycling department of the TSG Münsingen for training purposes and for competitions. The use is free of charge, protective clothing is required. From the steep descent of the Illig bridge, the cobblestones Paris-Roubaix or the Schwörer-S, the drivers on the approximately 1.4 km long circuit much demanded.

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    Bikepark Sonnenbühl

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    "Bikepark" is a bit high-spirited, after all, they have started an attempt to set up a mountain bike practice course for the kids. If you ever drive through misfortune, you can even look at it, even if the course could now take a Schüppe care.

    By the way, the Pizzeria Da Pino is located on the premises of the Sportheim TSV Undingen next door - for the small appetite in between;)

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    Sputnik Park

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    The Sputnik Park in Lindau on Lake Constance is the bike park of the German Alpine Club Lindau section on Lake Constance. Currently there is a pump track, a classic dirtline with tables in 3 heights and a flowline. In planning is a Doubleline, a jump jump and a trail course. The park is open to the public for a fee.

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    Bikepark Hindelang

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    In Bike Park Hindelang, biking fans can enjoy a total of 9 freeride kilometers in various difficulties on two marked routes and one course. The height difference of the two runs is 520 meters. On the downhill, you should slowly increase in difficulty, starting at the "Yellow course". Only for absolute top drivers is the "black course" suitable. The start is easily reached by the Hornbahn Hindelang.

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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 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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    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 Brandnertal

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    Bike fun for young and old, for beginners and professionals promises Vorarlberg's first bike park. Its route network offers more than eight kilometers four freeride and downhill trails. The easy to moderate freerides and northshores guarantee downhill fun on numerous banked turns, jumps, wooden elements, and so on.

    Experienced bikers and professionals will get their money's worth on the heavy downhill track "Tschack Norris". High jumps, challenging root passages, difficult to negotiate terrain and steep slopes characterize this track, where once a year the iXS Downhill Cup is a guest.

    Three-wheeled downhill fun is available for the whole family - mountain karting or monster scooters take you down a three-kilometer, beginner-friendly track.

    Bikepark Brandnertal:
    to.austria.info/bikebrandnertal

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