BOOKED YOUR UPLIFTS?
If you’re reading this guide we can imagine you’ve already booked your passes and are eagerly awaiting your riding trip. But if you haven’t we strongly recommend pre booking to avoid disappointment and help speed up the check in process. Even during off-peak periods we regularly sell out. See all our pass options and book online via the links below.
HAVE YOU SIGNED A WAIVER?
Help speed up the check-in process and hit the trails quicker by signing our waiver prior to your arrival.
Note: Only required to sign once per year.
RIDER SAFETY TIPS
Our number one goal at Maydena Bike Park is to keep our guests safe!
As we are a gravity-focused bike park we strongly recommend considering more protective equipment than you may wear on a typical trail ride. We also have some minimum bike equipment requirements that must be complied with.
WHAT SHOULD I BRING?
A FEW THINGS WE RECOMMEND BRINGING
- While it might be warm at our base our summit sits at 1100m
Bike Specific Spares e.g. Hanger
70+ TRAILS TO CHOOSE FROM
Constructed with every level in mind our network features trails for all abilities and fitness levels. Wether your into earning your turns through our climbing trail, jumping on the Lower Mountain Uplift to experience our trails with a little less elevation or getting the full Maydena experience through our summit uplift there’s something for the whole family.
HAVE YOU CHECKED YOUR BIKE RECENTLY?
BIKE CHECK TIPS
To ensure you can hit the trails straight away we recommend you check your equipment prior to arrival. Heres a few things we recommend looking over:
Check Brake Pads/Rotors (with 800m of elevation we eat brake pads here)
Tyres Inflated (Theres nothing worse then arriving with a flat tyre)
When was your last service?