Check out bike trails and BMX destinations that are sure to keep you rolling back for more.

July 1, 2020
Parks & Recreation

Once a predominantly youth sport, non-traditional bicycle recreation—including mountain biking (cross-country, free-riding, dirt jumping, pump track riding) and BMX riding (urban riding, dirt jumping and racing) has been growing steadily in popularity across all ages. Surrey has been carefully designed to offer a variety of tracks and trails to suit all abilities.

For those just starting out, ensure you have all the necessary safety equipment, including a helmet. A knowledgeable professional can also help ensure you have the right bike to fit both your needs and body. Once you're suited up and ready to roll, your next priority is choosing which of Surrey's many tracks and trails to try first.

South Surrey Athletic Park

This facility offers an excellent trail network for beginners to advanced riders. With dirt jumps and a pump track area, the accessible outdoor recreation facility has held BC Cup cross country races and cyclo-cross events featuring Olympians Geoff Kabush, Catharine Pendrel and Emily Batty. Check out the South Surrey Bike Park video.

Invergarry Park

This local treasure offers a range of trails to suit various ages and skill levels, ranging from small rollers to large jumps—all flowing through a unique forest setting. Suitable for elite-level training, it is used by pro riders, including Liam Wallace and Anthony Messere. Drops range from two to 10 feet. Check out the Invergarry Mountain Bike Park video.

Port Kells Park

The forested area in Port Kells Park features a dirt jump area that is well-used and maintained by a relatively advanced group of riders. Suitable for intermediate to advanced riders, there are seven dirt jumps in total, with two berm turns at both ends of the jumps.

Newton Athletic Park

Action BMX maintains and manages this BMX racing facility of international racing standards, located adjacent to Newton Athletic Park. Users, including Olympic athlete Tory Nyhaug, come from throughout the Lower Mainland and Fraser Valley.

Cloverdale Athletic Park

Located at the northwest corner of Cloverdale Athletic Park, this bike park is a great destination for novice to intermediate riders. The facility includes a pump track, BMX half-track, snake run, jumps and freestyle area.

For Tots and Young Riders

Panorama Park

This 2.4 hectares (5.8 acres) neighbourhood park located in the West Newton features a playground, kids' pump track and lots of open lawn area for picnicking.

Fun Fun Park

This park is an awesome destination for tots and younger aspiring riders who will love switching back and forth from the new playground equipment to the mini pump track. Check out the fun fun park pump track video.

Check out City of Surrey's park use guidelines. For more information, contact City of Surrey Parks, Recreation & Culture or Surrey Off Road Cycling Enthusiasts (SORCE).