GENERAL RULES | FAQS | ETIQUETTE | PARENTS
- A signed waiver is mandatory (Riders, photographers, spectators, parents, etc).
- Check in at the front desk every time you visit the park.
- Day passes are non-transferrable and riders must wear a visible wristband (excludes Birthday party riders)
- We reserve the right to revoke or suspend passes at any time for violations of the rules or inappropriate conduct, without refund, at the discretion of the park staff.
- No food or beverages are allowed in any riding areas.
- Helmets are mandatory (Rentals available) Full face helmets are recommended for the best protection.
- Gloves and pads recommended (Pad Rentals available)
- Understand and obey signage
- Know and ride within your abilities
- No strollers in riding areas
- Bike riding involves the risk of injury
- Be nice. play safe. enjoy.
WHAT KIND OF EQUIPMENT IS REQUIRED TO RIDE AT THE PARK?
In order to ride at the park you need a bike and a helmet…but if you don’t have either of these, we do have rentals! Check out our RENTALS PAGE for more details.
ARE SKATEBOARDS/SCOOTERS ALLOWED?
No. Joyride 150 is open to cycles only.
WHAT KINDS OF BIKES ARE ALLOWED?
Bicycles, bicycles with training wheels, run bikes, unicycles, and tricycles.
ARE E-STRIDERS, PEDAL ASSIST, OR ELECTRIC BIKES PERMITTED?
Electric-assisted bicycles of any kind are not permitted at Joyride 150 for the safety of all of our riders.
WHAT LEVEL OF RIDING SKILL IS REQUIRED?
There is something for riders of all levels at Joyride 150…from beginners to experts. Sections, trails, lines & jumps will all be marked according to the ski trail system: GREEN CIRCLE for beginner, BLUE SQUARE for intermediate, and BLACK DIAMOND for expert. We expect that you will use good judgement and ride within your skill level.
- Fighting, threats, intimidation, foul language and altercations in the park will not be tolerated and can lead to a temporary or permanent ban from the park.
- If you see dangerous or unsafe conditions within the park please report it to the staff immediately.
- Pick up after yourself in the park, treat the facilities with respect.
- If someone is injured or hurt in the park, do not move them, alert the staff immediately.
- Neither food nor alcohol is allowed on the trails, jumps or features at any time.
- Tobacco is not allowed in the park at any time. Adults may smoke outside no less than 9 metres from the entry.
- You will not be allowed to ride in the park if it is perceived that you are inebriated or considered a danger to yourself or other riders.
- Follow guidance provided from the park staff.
- Don’t Stand on Takeoffs or Landings – what goes up, must come down!
- Functional brakes, full-face helmets, gloves, elbow pads, knee pads, shin guards, mouth guards and protective gear is highly recommended while riding.
- Flat pedals are recommended
- Trails and jump lines are directional, ride only in the intended and marked direction.
- NO TRANSFERS
- Trails and jump lines are for riders only, no pedestrians allowed.
- Do not stop or obstruct trails.
- Do not ride on trails or features outside of your riding ability, always ride within your ability.
- Do not ride out of control, maintain control of your bike and person at all times.
- When you enter a trail or jump line yield to riders already on the feature or in motion.
- Obey all signs and warnings in the park. If a trail or feature is closed stay off said trail or feature.
FOAM PIT RULES
- No loose items (phone, keys, money etc.)
- Tie you shoes or you may lose them.
- No jumping from sides or railings!
- One rider at a time – if someone is in the pit – DO NOT GO
- Pads recommended
- You can still get hurt – ride with care.
Joyride 150 is an inclusive, all-age facility for bike riders of all disciplines & skill levels. You can help all riders have a safe, fun time at Joyride by follow a few simple guidelines:
- Children under 6 must be accompanied by an adult that is with them at all times.
- Make sure their skill level matches the terrain.
- It’s not a jungle gym – your child should be on a bike, not running around the pump track.
- Take your turn.
- Helmets are ALWAYS required.
- Ensure you child’s bike is mechanically sound. (brakes help the beginner, even if they’re not “cool” ; )
- Be alert! Tell your kids to look out for fast moving riders – and not to just charge into an area. Collisions happen.
- Be polite.
- Have fun.
There is something for riders of all levels at Joyride 150…from beginners to experts. Sections, trails, lines & jumps will all be marked according to the ski trail system:
Please use good judgement and ride within your skill level.