Tidworth Freeride Bike Park
Built and managed by Tidworth Freeride Club, the bike park has been a 'proving ground' for the local downhill and freeride biking community for nearly 10 years.
Built manually from scratch the site offers a challenge to riders of all levels. Whatever your style of riding, Tidworth Bike Park gives you the opportunity to develop in confidence and ability, offering a graded selection of progressive tracks (with jumps, drops, berms and step downs), a Dirt Trail Arena, with small tabletops to large doubles and a full-on set of dirt trails, all meticulously shaped.
The park features:
- 6 Graded downhill tracks
- Progressive jump area
- Dirt Trails
Tidworth Bike Park is located amongst the woodlands of Salisbury plain 2 miles North of the A303 on the A338 in between Tidworth and Shipton Bellinger.
Please be cautious in using this address to locate the entrance to the bike park. If possible, please use the grid reference below as it will provide you with a more accurate location.
How to ride here
On site parking capacity for approximately 50 cars.
The nearest train station is Grateley, which is operated by South West Trains on the London Waterloo to Salisbury line. The distance from Grateley train station is approximately 6 miles by bike.
Accommodation, food and drink
The nearest town is Tidworth, which is 1 mile to the north on the A303. In Tidworth you can find Tesco, fast food options, cafes and a bus service.
The nearest pub is the The Boot Inn on the High Street in Shipton Bellinger, which is less than a mile away.
The nearest bike shop is Bertie Maffoons Bicycle Co on the Marlborough Business Park (SN8 4AL), which features car parking, a café and bike hire. It is just 20 minutes north of Tidworth.
There is also Stonehenge Cycles in Salisbury (SP2 7QY), which is just 20 minutes to the south of Tidworth.