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SOUTH GERMANTOWN BIKE PARK
SOUTH GERMANTOWN BIKE PARK
The South Germantown Bike Park is a result of a partnership between the Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission (M-NCPPC) & MORE. This growing facility has a 6,000 sq. ft. pump track, 15,000+ sq. ft. of progressive dirt jumps, a NEW advanced flow line, pavilion (shared, cannot reserve), 3 progressive drops, teeters, a rock garden, skinnies and log-overs.
The park was built with progression in mind. Riders of all ages can hone their bike handling skills to help them ride safely in a variety of trail situations. The tracks are appropriate for kids on scoot bikes all the way up to seasoned jump veterans.
Located along the Hoyles Mill Trail in the South Germantown Recreational Park, the track is free, and open to the public from dawn until dusk. The volunteers that maintain this facility do not post closures due to wet or muddy conditions. We ask our visitors to use their best judgement when enjoying the volunteer maintained facilities.
Please DO NOT ride when wet and muddy. If you are making ruts on the track, you are damaging the surface and creating additional work for volunteers.
Also, please keep children from running on the berms and jumps since this damages the surface and poses a safety hazard.
Please ride responsibly and always wear a helmet.
NOTE: Specific features (including jump lines) may be closed due to construction, persistent wet areas or damage even when South Germantown Bike Park is open. Check Park's Facebook Page for additional information.
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Donations made directly through this page go directly to the selected trails system and help MORE and its trail liaisons purchase materials, tools and hire the expertise necessary to help us maintain and sustain world class trails in the Washington DC Metropolitan region.
$10 Minimum Donation. Please change the quantity to increase your donation.
* When donating to a specific trail system MORE will endeavor to use your donation as it was designated, but under extenuating circumstances may assign the funds to other trails/projects in consultation with the appropriate trail liaison or project leader in such cases as, including but not limited to, the closure of the park, failure of the project to move forward, completion of the project under budget, extended periods of inactivity and/or other factors limiting the ability to apply the funds to the original intended designation.
The jump lines and berms at the South Germantown Bike Park are suitable for riders of all ability levels and can be as easy or difficult as determined by the individual's abilities. MORE subscribes to IMBA's trail difficulty ratings
MORE Volunteers donated 131 hours of their time during 2018 to help maintain the South Germantown Bike Park berms and jumps.