BMX Track Brighton – Clay BMX Pump Track the Whole Family Can Enjoy!

If your family LOVE bike riding as much as ours does then we KNOW that you’ll LOVE this awesome new Brighton Pump Track where the whole family can hone and show off their skills on their bikes!

This seriously cool clay Pump Track is a series of small dirt mounds and banked turns over a 1350sq m site, located right near the Brighton Train Station. Cyclists travel around the track using their own momentum rather than pedalling – so the kids will love it even more than usual!

The Brighton BMX Pump Track is located on Commercial Road, Brighton – just north of the Brighton Train Station.

Frequented by young and old alike, you’ll see a mix of families and friends getting involved in this highly physical activity, enjoying the challenge.

The track closes periodically after severe weather to preserve the surface.

Brighton Pump Track Release

And we're off! Brighton Pump Track is now open to the public! We hope you enjoy Australia's best pump track. Thanks TrailScapes, Troy Brosnan, Connor Fearon and City of Holdfast Bay

Posted by Brighton Pump Track on Monday, February 13, 2017

For other great places to take Bike loving families check out: Bike tracks for kids and families in Adelaide

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