Heeley Millennium Park Bike Track is located in Sheffield in South Yorkshire. It was built in early 2012 and consists of a short technical single track mountain bike trail and a pump track.
It is in an urban setting and enables folks locally to train to master many of the types of features you would find in a trail centre or riding out in the Peaks nearby.
The Bike Park
- Heeley is a mix of technical single track with opt in sections flowing through tight wooded area which flows into a Pump Track full of tight berms and jumps.
- The pump track is at one end of the trail and is friendly for both small (BMX) wheels and big wheel mountain bikes. The track is progressive in nature so children can ride it and experienced riders will still have their skills tested.
- Heeley is feature rich with rock drops, skinny's, rocky sections, berms and rollers. The new path weaves in and out of the trees across the whole of the bottom of the park from Well Road across to Gleadless Road by the Sheaf View pub.
Groups and clubs
- Recycle Bikes vocational courses for young people.
- Heeley Millennium Park was built by Bike Track In consultation with the CTC. The funding came from the big lottery fund and the works were carried out for Heeley Development Trust who manage the park.
- If you have ridden Heeley Millennium Bike Track then why not share your experience with us and post up some pictures, videos or write us a short review.