City of Temecula’s Pump Track Ribbon Cutting Ceremony Set for November 19th

The City of Temecula is finishing construction and will have a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Tuesday, November 19, 2019 at 4:00 pm to celebrate the new Pump Track located at the Ronald Reagan Sports Park (30875 Rancho Vista Road) next to the Temecula Skate Park. Come out and help us celebrate the grand opening! Be sure to bring your bike, and a safety helmet so you can be one of the first to ride this awesome new attraction. The audience will be treated to a pro rider demo, and the festivities will include informational booths including popular bike manufacturers and safety gear companies.

A pump track is a continuous loop of rollers, and banked turns (berms) designed to be ridden completely by riders without having to pedal. Pump tracks are relatively simple to use and cater to a wide variety of skill levels of all ages. The City of Temecula’s new Pump Track has an asphalt surface to help reduce maintenance. It provides the ideal access to cycling from toddlers through professional cyclists, and is fun for the whole family. You don’t need a special bike to ride a pump track. In fact, you can ride BMX Bikes, Mountain Bikes, Skateboards and Scooters (non-motors only). It’s a great workout, and lots of fun! Please note that safety helmets are required when riding in the pump track.

For more information, please call the Community Services Department at 951-694-6480.

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