Park rules and safety

Revolution Bike Park Limited reserves the right to ask you to leave and/or ban you from the park for breach of this code.

  1. Ride within your ability! Trails are graded according to ability; ensure that you are competent to ride each trail. If in doubt start on the easier trails and work your way up. 
  2. The 50:01 Pro Freeride is designed for experienced riders; before attempting this track you must fully assess the trail and all features, read all information provided and follow the advice of our staff.
  3. Take your time! Don't assume you know the trails, even if you have been to the park before. With constant use by riders, maintenance and improvements the trails and features can change over time. 
  4. Riders must not push or ride up the trails. Use designated push/ride up routes.
  5. When entering a trail or starting downhill, look up and give way to riders coming down the trail.
  6. Do not stop on the trails. If you have to stop, pull off the trail in a safe place.
  7. Stay on marked trails - do not cut switchbacks or modify trails.
  8. Keep off closed trails and abide by all safety signs, information and directions from us including information provided by our staff.
  9. The park is private property and riding is prohibited when the park is closed to the public. We will only permit you to use the trails if we accept your booking (in accordance with our terms and conditions for bookings and you have completed and signed the Participation & Risk Acceptance Membership Form - further copies available on our website and at the park).
  11. You must follow the Mountain Bike Checklist provided to you (further copies available from our website or at the park). We also strongly advise you wear gloves, body armour, eye protection and a neck brace. It is your responsibility to ensure you and your equipment are fit for purpose.
  12. If a rider is hurt, do not attempt to move them - notify a member of staff immediately and in the case of an emergency call 999.
  13. Always carry a mobile phone with an ICE (in case of emergency) number installed and make sure it is charged before you leave the house. If in need of assistance alert a member of staff or call 999 in an emergency. If you have called an ambulance please inform the centre so we can assist in guiding them to you.
  14. There are public footpaths and bridleways within the bike park. There crossings are marked and extreme care should be taken at these points. Riders must give way to those using the footpaths and bridleways
  15. Riders must not cycle along the public footpaths and bridleways and should at all times remain on the marked mountain bike trails.
  16. If you are under the influence of drugs or alcohol you will not be allowed to ride at the park or use the uplift service and will be asked to leave the park and may be banned from further entry.
  17. All participants under the age of 18 will need to provide a signed consent form from a legal guardian (aged 18 or over).
  18. A parent or guardian must accompany riders aged 16 or under and must stay ON SITE for the duration of the uplift day.
  19. Mountain Biking, like any extreme sport, is dangerous, includes substantial obstacles, which can be physically testing. There is a risk of injury and death when undertaking such activities.
  20. We recommend you do not ride alone for your own safety.
  21. Stay in control at all times. It is your responsibility to avoid crashing into other riders and objects around you!
  22. Be respectful and aware of other riders varying skill levels.
  23. Be friendly, courteous and respectful to your fellow riders, poor conduct will not be tolerated.
  24. Trail conditions change with the seasons and the weather; mountain biking is an all-weather sport but respect the added challenge and risk that rain, ice, mud, dust and wind can pose to you. If it is windy, do not attempt jumps; keep both wheels on the ground and stay on the easier trails.
  25. Please help us maintain the park. If you see a problem on the trails report it to us.
  26. You must ensure you are physically fit and able to ride the trails and must advise us of any existing or previous medical conditions that may affect your ability to take part.