Part of The Barossa Council’s Big Project this 1km loop is located in the township of Angaston on the corner of Washington and Fife Street. The track features a range of rollers and berms, a wall ride, and timber bridge.

TrailScapes are the clever folks behind this project and according to their website this track is “Very much like a little MTB playground in the middle of a town, this unique loop gets “sessioned”, laps after laps by riders of all ages and ability level. This is definitely a great trail to gain confidence on the bike.”

We can’t wait to check this one out for ourselves and will update this post with more info soon.

Check out Goolwa Pump Track which is another TrailScape project.

Corner of Washington and Fife Street, Angaston

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