Video: First Tracks Down Maydena’s Loam Labyrinth

Nothing gets us quite as excited as a fresh, loamy trail. Multiply that trail 15 times and point them all down an 820m mountain, and we’re almost lost for words. So, we’ll just shut up and let you watch.

Maydena Bike Park’s construction team, Dirt Art, currently has 15 staff and seven excavators working on site constructing the first stage of trails, with more than 15 gravity trails set to open on the 26th of January 2018.

Construction teams have been working through challenging spring conditions but have still managed to construct an incredible network of trails. 12 gravity trails have now been completed, ranging from smooth, beginner flow trails through to double black diamond technical trails.

A huge 20-tonne excavator has just arrived on site, with works now underway on the park’s massive ‘jump zone’, which will see the construction of beginner, intermediate and advanced jump trails. These jump trails will offer opportunities for riders of all abilities to safely progress their jumping skills.

This video is the first of a regular monthly video release, which will showcase completed trails and other progress at the park. Next months video will include a range of footage from in and around the park’s summit and base building, showing the full extent of facilities in this major bike park development.

The park operates on a pre-booking model, with sell-outs likely at peak times. For more information or to make a booking, head to

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