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    Is there an indoorMTB bike park in Ontario?

    Is there an indoorMTB bike park in Ontario?

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    There is Joyride 150 in Toronto. Great place.
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    haven't been but anyone i've talked to that has really enjoyed joyride 150
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    Is there an indoorMTB bike park in Ontario?

    It is a good place to hone your skills over the winter. They have separate tracks for bmx and mountain bikes.

    The areas that I found most useful were the pump track and the skinnies.

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    Yep, we spend most of our winter Sundays there and, while I may be biased, I think it's awesome. It's very kid friendly and there's something for every skill level. You won't believe how talented a lot of the regulars are as well!

    And, it's surrounded by some amazing places to eat. If dim sum is up your alley, you'll be in heaven!

    Here's a shot of Nerdgirl and Monster Jr. from this past January.

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    Quote Originally Posted by garage monster View Post

    Here's a shot of Nerdgirl and Monster Jr. from this past January.

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    That's awesome! May have to take my 4 year old there this winter, see if her training wheels will handle a little abuse!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bikingnerd View Post
    That's awesome! May have to take my 4 year old there this winter, see if her training wheels will handle a little abuse!
    That picture was taken when he was just 14 months old. He's big enough now to have the seat back on the bike and he can make it around the block with a little help from Dad ().

    We're really looking forward to seeing what he can do on the Joyride kiddie pump track this Winter.
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    Joyride is a lot of fun. Specially if you like skinnies and having some fun trying out new things. I don't catch a lot of air, but there are hours of other fun to be had. It does get really busy midday to evening on the weekends. I try to get there after 6:00 on the weekends and by 7:30, it is really empty.
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    I should mention that we get there right at opening time on Sundays. The kids practically have the place to themselves until about noon. (I guess everyone else is at church... ).
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    UUGHH, Sunday mornings are sometimes rough!
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    cool. I have to check out that place. thanks

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    Agree with everyone else. Joyride is fantastic, and even more so for kids. Both my daughters have perfect their craft there. In fact, I think they ride more there during the winter than they do anywhere else during the rest of the year.

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