Sunday 20th October:

Road circuit OPEN 12pm-6pm         Mountain Bike trail 9am-6pm          Skate Park - Closed         Play Park 10am-6pm        Park Eat 9am-5pm 

Mountain Bike Trails


Cyclopark has 6 kilometres of Mountain Bike trails running throughout. The park was designed by World Cup trail designer, Hugh Clixby.

From beginners, to those who thrive on the challenge of adrenaline. Each trail has been designed for different abilities.

Don't have a bike or unable to bring it with you? Don't worry! Here at Cyclopark we are able to offer bike hire throughout the day and weekend.

Mountain Bike Tracks:

We have 3 Mountain bike trails available here at the park:

  • Blue  - Family Route 
  • Red   - Medium Route  
  • Black - Hardest Route 

Once you have mastered one route you can try the next. 

Riding after dusk

The Mountain Bike Trails are available for use after dusk.

What you'll need:

  • Always a minimum of 2 riders together
  • Minimum of 600 lumens (light power/brightness).
  • Sign in at reception with emergency contact no.




Cyclo-Cross sessions are available during winter months.

This style of racing requires a special set of skills that stem from racing mountain bikes, road bikes and to some extent, running. Within our seasonal coached sessions, riders can expect preparation for the unique demands required of this growing winter sport.

Junior Cyclo-Cross Training: Coached sessions with a focus on handling, off camber and general bike maintenance along with much more! Wednesday evenings: 5.30pm - 7pm 

Adult Cyclo-Cross Training: Coaching sessions with the main focuses on specific skills, mounting and dis-mounting, off camber practice and much more! Wednesday evenings: 7pm - 9pm

There is also an external club that trains at Cyclopark on a Tuesday evening, offering coaching for all abilities up to National Champions! Please contact Team Darenth's Facebook page for more information

Speak to a member of our team for more information. Call 01474 831 400

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Mountain Bike Trails

Mountain Bike Trails


Fact: Did you know that you should stay seated when mountain biking uphill?