Shoretrax Portable Mountain Bike Track Systems

Feb 4, 2014

Category: Gear

Maybe you don’t have prime real estate in the vicinity, or maybe you just don’t feel like spending weeks in the woods carving out that perfect track. Either way, the Shoretrax Portable Mountain Bike Trail is the perfect option.

Rather than venturing out to find (or create) the best mountain bike trails, Shoretrax brings it right to your backyard – literally. This portable system was designed by a team of professional mountain bike riders using Canada’s North Shore trails as inspiration. The system comes in packages ranging from 10 meters all the way to 100 meters in length, all of which are built from high quality timber. And, thanks to the modular design, it can be assembled to accommodate riders of any skill range. While it was designed for mountain bikes, the UK built systems work with great with any type of bicycles, including BMX bikes. [Purchase]

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