Pump Tracks

Pump tracks are an incredibly flexible option for communities looking to bring excitement to riders of every age and skill level. Pump tracks are an eco-friendly, sustainable option for a community looking to build something significant for the future. Our team builds world-class pump tracks by assessing the spaces that are available and designing the best track for that exact space.


Communities are able to leverage these pump tracks to draw visitors from far and wide. Day trips turn into vacations. Vacations turn into relocations. Pump tracks provide safe, fun, healthy options for young people and can be used as hubs to drive tourism and community activities. An investment in a pump track is an investment in the future of your community.


One of the major concerns that often faces a community as they look to create attractions and activities is where to build. The cost as well as the physical spaces available often means that some opportunities are simply not an option. However, pump tracks can be built almost anywhere. No matter the size, shape, or slope there are opportunities for pump tracks. We’ve built large-scale community pump tracks as well as backyard options. So no matter what your community has at their disposal, we can find a way.

Park Locations

Fall River Bike Park

The fall river bike park offers dirt jumps designed for beginners right up to advanced level riders. Located just minutes from down down Fall River this has become one of our most popular parks to date.

Glenbourne Bike Park

Glenbourne Park has a little something for everyone. The intermediate jump line features some ultra fun rollers planted on a ridge, and alternate hips and what we call the "fun pile". It's a 5 way jump with rider freedom in mind.

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

This park was rebuilt in October 2011. With a focus on more beginner riders, we're looking at some adjustments to open it up a bit more for more advanced riders on the top line. It's a great park with a hopeful future. We'd love to know if you ever drop by to use it.

Mount Edward Road

Mount Edward Road Dirt Jump park consists of a set of reasonably advanced sized tabletops. Beside them are a set of 3 intermediate sized jumps with multiple take offs and landings to offer. Also on the park site is a sweet, lightning fast pump track.

Brookside Bike Park

This is a sweet little park in a great community. It's got a couple of similar lines all leading in to berms to point you back up the hill. There are a few secret transfers on site for the more creative riders, too.

Leeward Avenue

A small but fun novice level park. With a pump track and three dirt jumps, some berms and rollers this park is aimed towards younger riders with basic bike skills.


This small bike park has a short series of beginner friendly dirt jumps and berms.

Delaney Drive Pump Track

A great little pump tack situated in a community park. Fun for riders of all skill levels!


This small community park features dirt jumps for beginner to intermediate level riders.

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.

Port Hawkesbury - Asphalt Pump Track

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