McLaren Bike Park is currently a half-acre bike park in San Francisco serving The Excelsior, Crocker Amazon, The Portola, Visitacion Valley, and Sunnydale neighborhoods, the Bay Area and beyond.
Since 2008, The MBP Founders have been working with The San Francisco Recreation and Parks Department, SF Parks Alliance, SF Urban Riders, and many other community groups, to bring a bicycle skills park to San Francisco.
Address: 2050 Sunnydale Ave, San Francisco, CA 94134
Hours: 9am-5:30pm Daily
General park schedule and event info: firstname.lastname@example.org
MBP is managed by San Francisco Recreation and Parks. SFRPD updates and information on rain closures can be found here.
Phase 1 opened on Saturday, October 21, 2017!
We need your help to keep the momentum going to get Phase 2 built. Please follow the McLaren Bike Park page on Facebook or contact us here. Please click here to donate.
We’ve been working with Alpine Bike Parks to ensure that this park will be professionally designed and constructed, and ultimately become a unique draw to visitors from the Bay Area and beyond.
Its design will contain elements appealing to families with children just getting comfortable on two wheels, young adults seeking the thrills of a jump park or wanting to improve their technical skills and anyone that wants to experience the joy of riding a bicycle in an off road environment.
It will feature beginner to advanced level bike features such as flowing trails, berms, progressive table top jumps, dirt jumps, wooden ladders, wall rides, a pump track, and much more.
Thanks to everyone for your support, especially the MBP Founders who’ve contributed a wealth of time and money to the project!
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This is an awesome idea. I am semi-geezer 44 that is getting back into bmx racing. I go to Napa BMX track, the closest to me. It makes so much sense to have something like this in SF.
I pray it happens.
Awesome, Just stumbled across this site. GREAT idea!
Is this plan still in the works? I’m excited if it is!
Yep. Big news coming in the next few days.
I have two young boy bike riders and can’t believe we don’t have a pump park in SF. I’d love an update since no news is here for 2012 and would like to help, please post an update
Update come in the next few days. Sorry for not having any recent updates. We’ve been hard at work, but no big news… until now. Thanks for your support.
Its been a “few days” and I can’t take the suspense any longer! Just tuned up my shovel and work gloves!