A community-led design of a revamped bike park has been produced by young local riders and representatives from the Surf Coast Mountain Bike Club and Anglesea Bike Park Committee.
View the design here(PDF, 13MB)
Works are expected to commence in September when the weather is more suitable.
The existing track will remain open for use until construction commences.
Temporary fencing has been erected to ensure site fill material can be delivered as it becomes available.
What would a revamped bike park mean to local riders?
“It would be nice to hang out with my friends from Jan Juc at a local park doing something we enjoy doing.” (Josh, 12 years old)
“It’s great as it will help girls of all ages to get out on the bike. It will give people the chance to shred, almost like the feeling of shredding down a mountain.” (Belle, 11 years old)
“So kids stop building jumps on council land.” (Ky, 9 years old)
"A bike park at Bob Pettitt would give us more options of places to ride and mean it will be less busy at Spring Creek and less dangerous." (Harry, 12 years old)