MOUNTAIN BIKER’S RESPONSIBILITY CODE
Follow the code to ensure that all riders have a fun and safe experience at Glencullen Adventure Park.
We reserve the right to remove day passes or ban riders from the park for breaches of the mountain biker’s responsibility code.
- Always carry a mobile phone and make sure it is charged before you leave the house. If in need of assistance contact 01 2942782
- Avoid riding alone, it’s safer and more fun to ride with others.
- Stay in control at all times. It is your responsibility to avoid crashing into other riders and objects around you!
- Be respectful and aware of other riders varying skill levels, relax and have fun.
- Do not stop on the trail. Pull off the trail in a safe place if you need to stop for any reason.
- When entering a trail or starting downhill, you must look uphill and give way to other riders coming down the trail.
- Respect the trail gradings, read the grading descriptions. Begin on the easier trails and do not ride the trails that are beyond your current level of ability.
- Even if you have ridden a trail before, be careful! We will be making ongoing changes and improvements to the trails and features, so they may have changed since your last visit.
- Trail conditions change with the seasons and the weather; mountain biking is an all-weather sport but respect the added challenge and risk that rain, ice, dust and wind can pose to you. If it’s windy, do not attempt jumps; keep both wheels on the ground and stay on the easier trails.
- If a rider is hurt, do not move them, notify the bike park staff immediately.
- Keep off closed trails and forest areas and obey all signs and warnings.
- Stay on marked trails only. Do not cut switchbacks, or modify trails.
- Only ride the trails during opening hours. There is no access to the trails when the park is closed.
- Do not push or ride up downhill trails.
- Respect your environment; take home your litter with you!
- Keep out of the bike park if your ability is impaired through the use of drugs or alcohol.
- Be Friendly, courteous and respectful to your fellow riders, poor conduct will not be tolerated.
- Riders 16 years of age and under must be accompanied by a legal guardian (over 18) at all times.
- All riders must display a valid pass on their handlebar at all times. This includes season pass holders who must check in at the visitor centre and collect a day pass on every visit.
- Please help us maintain the park. If you see a problem on the trails report it to us.
- Know your limits!
HAVE FUN, RIDE SAFE!
Mountain biking is a potentially hazardous activity carrying a significant risk, including death.
It should only be undertaken with a full understanding of all inherent risks.