Whyte Bikes are proud to announce a new partnership with local cycling centre The Bull Track bike park located in Crowborough, East Sussex.
The Bull Track has various trails built for all levels of rider from beginners to advanced. The trails have different styles to accommodate enduro bikes, dirt jumpers and e-bikes making it super easy to get back to the top of the hill ready for more laps!
Whyte Bikes ambassador and world record holder, Daryl Brown coaches and trains at the Bull Track, sending frontflips and backflip no-handers over the mulch jump on his Whyte e-Bike! Many leading freeriders have trained here and started out as Bull Track youth riders.
Whyte Bikes are proud to support their local bike park with trail maintenance and investment for the development of new features and jumps. Riders can expect demo days and events too.
Whyte Bikes and Bull Track share the same passion for riding and the development of riders. Bull Track owner Alvar said, “Bull Track’s aim is to get people of all ages off the sofa and to enhance their life by sharing the fun and freedom a bike can offer, in a safe environment. This started as a playground for me and my friends and it has grown into a community hub for kids to make friends and develop into confident riders. Partnering with Whyte is a fantastic opportunity for us to grow and develop the park, it’s great to see a UK bike brand like Whyte supporting grass roots ventures and opening up the sport to more people.”
Chris Sartori, CMO at Whyte Bikes said, “We’re excited about working with Bull Track. We’re passionate about getting more people on bikes, whether that’s for the first time or rediscovering your childhood. Bull Track, a community bike park offers adrenalin fuelled thrills within a safe environment where people can jump, shred, laugh, learn new skills and share experiences with others.
The partnership develops as Whyte and Bull Track build new lines, kickers, table tops and shark-fins together.
The new Whyte line at the Bull Track is fine-tuned and tested.