All photos by Erica Schneider/Acres of Hope Photography
Deven Schneider’s dreams of getting kids unhooked from their devices and into the real world by building bike tracks that provide a fun riding experience for experts and beginners alike. And by the looks of the new track his excavation and grading company is building near San Diego, Calif. he makes a pretty compelling case.
“My dream is to build this style of pump track and bike park for counties across the US,” Scheider said. “A track like this would fit perfectly next to publicly funded skateparks and has such an easier level of entry for building skills as opposed to dropping into a vert ramp.”
This 12,000 square foot build includes it’s own irrigation system, and aquifer and 29 fruit trees. To make the park scalable to rider skill levels Schneider made the track rollable for beginners, but strategically placed transfer lines so even experts and pros are challenged.
Check the gallery below for more mazing photos of this build.
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