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The Tollgate, Wrotham Road, Gravesend, Kent, DA11 7NP
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Cyclopark is a large cycling facility in Gravesend, North Kent. It covers multiple cycling disciplines and caters for all levels from families and beginners through to advanced and professional riders. There are 6km of blue, red and black mountain bike trails, a 330 metre BMX track, a large skate park, a kids cycle play park and a 2.9km road circuit. 

Cycloterrian - (MTB)  

  • 6km of blue, red and black MTB trails for all levels and abilities.

CycloBMX - (BMX)

  • The BMX track is 330 metres long, floodlit and progressive in nature.

Cyclocircuit (Road Cycling)

  • The road race circuit is tarmac, 2.9km long and is floodlit.

Cycloskate (Skate Park)

  • The skate park is large and caters for Skateboards, BMX, Rollerblades and Scooters.

Cyclokids (Play Park)

  • The Play Park is a 3,000sqm cycle-based playground, with water, sand, climbing frames, percussion music and a sensory garden.

Cycloplay (Sports Zone)

  • The Sports Zone is a 600 metre squared multi-use games area.

Other Stuff

  • We recommend you check out the opening times and latest prices on their website prior to visiting.
  • Wrist bands will be issued at the point of payment – please wear your wristband as this inform park staff you are permitted to ride
  • Children under 8 must be supervised by a parent or guardian at all times
  • Under 8’s year olds are not permitted to use the main skate park
  • Helmets are compulsory for all wheeled activities


  • If you have ridden the cycling facilities at Cyclopark then please share your experiences and post your pictures, videos and reviews to this listing.  




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A neat surprise not too far from home
(Updated: April 03, 2016)
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I don't normally go this way and didn't have too high expectations but found myself nearby so thought I'd give it a try. I was very pleasantly surprised. 

The XC is very short but it is what it it says it is i.e. the blue is blue (flowing and wide), red sections are a red with rollers and jumps, few rocks thrown in, (bit tame still for a English red mind) and the black is a black (two short sections) are very rocky and have  a couple of quite technical drops and turns to warrant it's grading. You need to ride it a good number of times due to it's length.

I think I will return with the family as I can have play on the reds and black and my step daughter will love the BMX track, the skate park and the blue. Decent cafe too (with a pool table). You can hire bikes and helmets and it costs to ride (think it was £4.50 plus a quid for the car park). It's a bit like Redbridge cycling centre / Hog Hill set up if you been there. 

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<div>- XC - Blue is a blue &nbsp;and black is a black.&nbsp;<br />- Decent BMX track<br />- Free bike wash.&nbsp;<br />- Good facilities<br />- Well run</div>
Bad Points
<div>- Loop is short<br />- reds could be a bit more redish.&nbsp;</div>
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