- Would you use an indoor centre?
absolutely. Over here in Finland where it’s snowy for 6months, an indoor bike park would make perfect sense. There are too many sites over here without a roof, meaning that they’re closed for the majority of the year (and thus not earning money).
Consider indoor climbing/ bouldering centres. In Sheffield, there’s loads of great outdoor climbing to be found and yet, there are maybe half a dozen indoor centres. The indoor places are busy and visited by beginners and experts alike. It could be similar for bikes if indoor bike parks are developed…Posted 3 years agostMember
Yes, not too local to me and I’m not all that handy when it comes to getting a bike in the air but with having kids who are now at an age where skaetparks and the like are becoming an option this seems like a great way to get them engaged in a good environment.
I’d see it as an option for most as opposed to the sole riding destination. Along the same lines as finding a spot in the woods in the Summer holidays and staying there all afternoon as a kid.Posted 3 years agogazcMember
i’d be up for giving them a go, especially in winter. theres a new indoor dirt jump/skatepark in sunderland i’ll probably head over to soon. dirt jumps look a little too full on for me, but it would be nice to ride dry dirt when everything outside is soaked. would be good if there were some more lines to suit a middle aged man on a full susser (mamoafs?)
oh and i’d be happy to pay for it. i don’t expect people to put hard graft into providing a facility/service for nothing…Posted 3 years ago
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