#rideburnside 2022 track locations have been announced and after its initial trail rotating four locations, they have announced another year of four locations. It’s a pretty good set up (for a temporary job) and the KiA kids have enjoyed it on bikes and scooters and skateboards.

The east is definitely lacking in these facilities, so this is a great initiative to provide the community.

You’ll find the #rideburnside pump track at the following locations

  • Penfold Park, 591 The Parade, Magill 2 February – April 2022
  • Civic Centre (cnr Portrush Road and Greenhill Road) April – July 2022
  • Langman Recreation Reserve, Wyatt Rd Burnside, August – October 2022
  • Bell Yett Reserve, Stonyfell Rd, Wattle Park, November – January 2023

Open from sunrise to sunset every day!
The pump track is a free recreational facility for bikes, skateboard, roller skates, scooters, balance bikes (BYO)

Please note – some equipment is not suitable for use (3 wheels, go-karts, motorised equipment, bikes with training wheels), wear protective gear and helmet, keep distance between riders, daylight hours only, slippery when wet, parent/guardian supervision required.

While you’re there, look out for the petition on the fence and whack your name on there to help support a skatepark development for the area.

Check engage.burnside for updates.

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