Building a great mountain bike trail is about recognizing great spaces. Our team builds world-class mountain bike trails that make efficient use of the space they live in. We help communities turn these spaces into incredible rides. We design mountain bike trails that will test the very best rider and mountain bike trails that will help to build up a new rider’s skills and experience. We know how hard we can push the trails and how hard they’ll push back and we straddle this line in all of our work. From initial assessment and design to building and maintenance, Shoreline Dirtworks build nothing but the best.
A great network of mountain bike trails is about more than just riding a bike. We help communities revitalize, rebuild, and renew their cities and towns as tourist attractions. Our mountain bike trails can make the difference in your community. These spaces help draw adventure tourists to a region and give you an opportunity to showcase everything you have to offer, starting with the incredible mountain bike trails we build, but branching out to shopping, restaurants, and accommodations. If you start with a great reason for people to come, they’ll take it from there.
Fall River Bike Park
Glenbourne Bike Park
The expert line feaures some devilishly fun flow, as well as some large jumps for pulling out the bag of tricks.
Aside from these lines is a beginner line. It's a really fun beginner rhythm line to whet your apetite for air.
Some peoples' favorite feature of the park is the pump track. It's pretty large and has evolved over the years.
MARC - Dayspring
Mount Edward Road
Brookside Bike Park
Delaney Drive Pump Track
Keppoch - Kinsmen Pump Track, SwitchCraft, Riverside and Chicken Cougar Trails
The Kinsmen Pump track is just plain awesome. It's fast, flowy and there's so many secret lines you'll feel like you're in a Tony Hawk video game as you unlock them with your new skills.
Chicken Cougar is the first trail of its kind in Nova Scotia. Designed as a beginner / intermediate flow trail, Chicken Cougar boasts some massive berms, flowy lines and some secret jumps you'll discover as you practice the course. It runs from the top of the hill almost to the bottom.
New Glasgow Bicycle Skills Park
Built several years ago, this park has not ever received any official updates or maintenance. The little raised pump track is fun in all weather conditions.
The jump lines feature wooden roll/drop ins and still flow reasonably well.
Contact local Councillors and MLAs to push for maintenance. We would love to see this park receive the boost it requires.