Bike Parks/Pump Tracks

Santa Cruz County is quickly becoming a bike park mecca. With pump tracks popping up all over, as a result of cooperation between the mountain bike community and various public land agencies, the opportunities to rail berms and pump rollers are quickly multiplying.

  • Harvey West Pump Track at Harvey West Park in the grove of trees past the field between the Friendship Garden and the pool (326 Evergreen Street). Funded and built by MBoSC with support from the city of Santa Cruz. Learn more about this project hereSkill Level: All
  • Chanticleer Park Pump Track at Chanticleer Park in the Live Oak area of Santa Cruz (Chanticleer Avenue between Mattison Lane & Capitola Road) Skill Level: All
  • West Side Pump Track on the west side of Santa Cruz (100 Western Drive). This park is managed by the city of Santa Cruz in conjunction with Another Bike ShopSkill Level: All
  • Scotts Valley Pump Track at Sky Park in Scotts Valley (Mt. Hermon Road & 361 Kings Village Road). Learn more about this MBoSC-driven project. Skill Level: All
  • San Lorenzo Valley Pump Track Funded by the Santa Cruz Rotary Club. Located on the lower meadow near the Water Street bridge (1160 Broadway Street). Skill Level: All
  • Capitola Pump Track in Capitola (McGregor Drive). Learn more about this project. Skill Level: All

Bike park projects listed below are in various stages of planning and/or development:

The world-renowned Aptos Post Office Jumps and Aptos Pump Track located behind Epicenter Cycling’s Aptos location was retired in February 2015. MBoSC is actively seeking to offset this loss to the Santa Cruz cycling community and is supporting the re-design and build of the Aptos Polo Grounds Progressive Jump Park at 2255 Huntington Dr, Aptos, CA 95003.

Read this article on Santa Cruz area pump tracks from our friends over at Hilltromper.

Stay tuned for more information on area bike parks to be posted here soon.