Eastview Bike Park

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We’re planning the new bicycle skills facility located at Eastview Park. It will be built in two stages next to the soccer fields toward the south-east portion of the park.

The first part of the facility we need your help to design is the pump track.


  • Refine the pump track design
  • Understand what programing, events or training you would like to see
  • Plan future amenities and phases

We’ll use your feedback to finalize the design and share it with the community by winter 2022.

Pump track example


Are you interested in joining our working group?

We’re also asking for anyone invested in the project to submit an application to our Bike Park working group by October 26. This volunteer group will help steer the work following engagement. You must commit to three meetings in November 2021, February 2022 and April 2022. The first meeting is scheduled for November 10 from 6:30-8:30 p.m.

To apply to the working group, fill out this form.

We’ll notify successful applicants by November 5.


We’re planning the new bicycle skills facility located at Eastview Park. It will be built in two stages next to the soccer fields toward the south-east portion of the park.

The first part of the facility we need your help to design is the pump track.


  • Refine the pump track design
  • Understand what programing, events or training you would like to see
  • Plan future amenities and phases

We’ll use your feedback to finalize the design and share it with the community by winter 2022.

Pump track example


Are you interested in joining our working group?

We’re also asking for anyone invested in the project to submit an application to our Bike Park working group by October 26. This volunteer group will help steer the work following engagement. You must commit to three meetings in November 2021, February 2022 and April 2022. The first meeting is scheduled for November 10 from 6:30-8:30 p.m.

To apply to the working group, fill out this form.

We’ll notify successful applicants by November 5.


  • What is a bike park and pump track?

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    A bike park is a purpose-built facility for bicycles of all types (BMX, mountain, dirt jump, recumbent). They are designed to give riders of all ages and skill levels the ability to get outdoors and safely improve their bike riding skills. A bike park may include pump tracks, progressive jumps, skills courses, trails and other features.

    A pump track is looped track with berms, rollers and turns—it’s designed for riders to use their body to ‘pump’ and move with little pedaling. Our pump track is for all wheels (bicycle, scooter, rollerblade, skateboard, wheelchair, etc.), all ages and skill levels. It provides a safe space to practice skills, get exercise and meet other people in our community.

    example pump track with paved surface and grassy areasPump track example



  • Eastview Park Master Plan

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    The next phase of development for Eastview Park’s Council-approved master plan will be coming together over the next five years. In addition to the bike park, the park will also see the installation of a splash pad and disc golf course. Visit guelph.ca/eastview for details as they become available.

    Visualize the space

    Stylized map of Eastview park indicating future sites of bike park and splash pad as well as existing elements and areas planned for future development

  • Budget Watch

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    Funding for the design of the bike park was approved as part of the 2021 capital budget process. The construction of the bike park will be funded by development charges, pending Council approval of the 2022 capital budget.

    the design concept fits within the proposed 2022 capital budget which will be presented for approval in December.

Page last updated: 07 October 2021, 13:01