Section of Sooke bike park closed due to weather

The closure affects the bike jump section only. The pump track remains open to the public.

  • Dec. 2, 2015 9:00 a.m.

A partial section of the SEAPARC Leisure Complex Bike Park is shutting down due to cold and wet weather.

The closure affects the bike jump section only. The pump track remains open to the public.

Recent rains and cold weather has allowed the water to pool and consequently freeze at the bottom of the jumps, blocking drainage, say SEAPARC officials.

 

 

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