16/04/2019 : Dirt Factory Pop Up Ride Session Open Age Session

Dirt Factory Pop-Up Ride Session (open age session)

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Manchester (GB088)
Tel 2019-04-16
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Dirt Factory Pop Up Ride Session Open Age Session

Come and ride at the new Dirt Factory Pop-Up at Mayfield Manchester and be one of the first to hit the trails, air-bag and pump-track. As we gear up for full opening, we’re keen to test our systems and processes whilst giving our supporters a chance to ride the new trails. This 2-hour session is limited to 25 riders. More sessions are planned this month so if you can’t make this one, keep your eyes peeled for future dates. **If you are under 18 you must have the consent of your parent or guardian to ride the bike park. Guardian or parental signature must happen on location.** **Children under 12 must be supervised by a parent or guardian.** Event image taken by Mark Waugh.   FAQs How do I get to the bike park? By bike and by foot. By train: Manchester Piccadilly train station is a 5 minute walk away.

By bus: Nearest bus stop is Travis Street / Fairfield Street By car our address is: Dirt Factory Pop-Up, Mayfield, Bond Street, M12 6HW Is car parking available? Yes, please note there is a 2.1m height restriction to the car park. Do I need to wear a helmet? Helmets are mandatory for all riders. What types of bikes are allowed in the park? All types of mountain bike and BMX. Your bike and equipment are your responsibility and must be safe to use. Do I need brakes? Yes, a minimum requirement is a working back brake but we recommend a front brake too. What are your opening hours? Please keep an eye out on our website and social media channels for when we announce our opening hours. For now there are a number of pre-opening sessions available – please keep checking our website for further details.
Can anyone ride the bike park? There will be sessions available for all ages and abilities. Are bikes available to hire? Currently, we have a fleet of TREK Roscoes (wheelsize 20” and 24”) to hire and eight Marin San Quentin adult bikes (wheelsize 27.5") Are helmets available to hire? We have a range of youth helmets only at this stage. Do spectators have to pay to enter the park? No, but we do ask that you stay off the riding area. Spectators can watch the bikers on the trails in the designated areas. Is there an accessible point for spectators to view in the park? There are designated areas for spectators to view from. Our staff will be happy to show you where these are. Is there disabled access? Disabled parking is available on site (please note the height restriction for vehicles is 2.1m). Accessible toilet available on the ground floor.
Do you have a baby changing area? Yes, this is located in our accessible toilet on the ground floor. Can I bring my own food and drinks? No outside food or drinks allowed in the bike park. Is food and drink available on site? A range of hot and cold drinks and snacks are currently available on site.

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