The Parklands Silo Center Bike Park reopens Sunday morning
Entry into the bike park is free, and it will be open daily from 10 a.m. to sunset.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- The new Parklands Bike Park is set to reopen on Sunday.
In a release, park officials said the Silo Center Bike Park in Turkey Run Park will reopen for the season at 10 a.m., although the Trough and Crazy Red's flow trails will stay closed temporarily for additional repairs.
Pump tracks, skills loop and other flow trails will be open for riding. Entry into the bike park is free, and it will be open daily from 10 a.m. to sunset, according to park officials.
The Bike Park is the newest addition to the Parklands. The park debuted in the fall before closing during the winter months.
Park officials say flow trails, the skills loop and pump tracks in the park were specially built by the International Mountain Bicycling Association.
The park offers various levels of difficulty, starting with a smooth, introductory trail for beginners, all the way up to more challenging trails for more experienced individuals. The park also offers a Toasted Swine Skills Loop and beginner pump track, as well as four more difficult flow trails and an intermediate pump track.
Officials also say the trails in bike park are for bikes only. Pedestrians and pets are not permitted.
Visitors need to come to the park equipped with proper safety equipment, including a helmet, and to follow park rules and posted signs, park officials say.
Head to The Parklands website for maps, rules, and more information on the Bike Park.
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