Red Deer Mountain Bike Park

The Mountain Bike Park is a unique park located in North Red Deer. It caters specifically to the needs of mountain bikers although all non-motorized, non-equestrian outdoor enthusiasts are welcome.
Red Deer Mountain Bike Park

Location

The Mountain Bike Park is located east of Gaetz Ave and west of Riverside Drive. The south entrance is located off 77 Street and the north entrance is located at the corner of 48 Avenue and 79 Street.

The Site

The park includes a large area of cross country single track, dirt jumps, and free-ride stunts. Please refer to the Red Deer Mountain Bike Park Map (pdf) for more details.

The Central Alberta Bicycle Club (CABC)

The park was built and is maintained by volunteers from the Central Alberta Bicycle Club in cooperation with The City of Red Deer. Frequent users are encouraged to join the club.

All stunt and jump construction is overseen by representatives of the Central Alberta Bicycle Club who ensure stunts are properly designed, constructed, and receive regular maintenance.

Important things to remember when mountain biking

  • Helmets are mandatory within the park and mountain bike “body armour” is highly recommended for all dirt jumps and stunt riding;
  • Stunt construction within the park must only be completed by insured members of the Central Alberta Bicycle Club;
  • Always inspect trails, jumps, and stunts before riding;
  • Mountain Biking is a dangerous sport, always ride within your ability;
  • Building stunts in city parks is dangerous, illegal, and exposes builders to risk of lawsuits: all unapproved stunts will be dismantled when found.

For more information, please refer to the Red Deer Mountain Bike Park Brochure (pdf) .

News & Notices

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The City of Red Deer is holding an open call for musical acts, performers and storytellers to provide entertainment in City Hall Park and other downtown locations during the 2019 Canada Winter Games, February 15 to March 2, 2019.

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City Council heard from approximately 29 citizens at a public hearing about a land use bylaw amendment for a proposed future supervised consumption services site at 5233 54 Avenue, near the existing Safe Harbour site.

City and CUPE, Local 417 reach agreement

November 13, 2018

City Council ratified a new three-year collective agreement with the Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE), Local 417, at its November 13, 2018 meeting.