Jubes Mountain Bike Park
The Jubes Mountain Bike Park is open with NSW Government COVID-19 restrictions.
View facility COVID safe checklist.
This purpose-built facility is located at the back of Golden Jubilee Field off Esk Street in Wahroonga. Originally constructed over 10 years ago, the site has recently been revitalised under the guidance of local youth and professional track builders to create a more up to date and challenging experience for riders.
Jubes has three distinct areas:
Skill development - Open
Designed to help riders improve off-road cycling with rock, wood and narrow sections.
Pump track - Open
Easy to intermediate difficulty levels to encourage the rider to use their upper body to 'pump' through the course.
Four new jump trails ranging from easy, intermediate and difficult begin from the start pad. Council and volunteers are currently finalising works on this area, including new signage and minor site works.
Jube Mountain Bike Park Management Plan
Jubes is a community facility run by volunteers under the guidance and support of Ku-ring-gai Council. Everyone has a role to play in keeping Jubes safe, sustainable and awesome.The management plan outline’s how the Park will be run and maintained and the role of Council and volunteers.
Due to the nature of the trail surface, Jubes may be closed for maintenance requirements or due to inclement weather including rain and/or winds of over 25km/hr. The park will be signed if closed.
Join passionate locals as they work on tracks and trails to assist with maintenance and community stewardship of these sites. Currently we have three Trailcare groups at Warrimoo, Jubes and Tryon Rd Mountain Bike Trails. View more and apply to volunteer.
Mountain bike trails
Other popular mountain biking sites include:
Informal bike tracks and illegal jumps damage bushland and affect other people, such as bushwalkers. Please stick to authorised trails.
- Mountain biking is a dangerous activity.
- Wear personal protective equipment.
- Ride within your ability.