Pump tracks play an extremely important role in developing cycling skills for the youngest riders. They also help older riders to acquire new skills such as balance, speed perception, agility, physical and mental strength, coordination, and precision.
These skills can assist users in facing the challenges of everyday life. What sets our pump tracks apart is that they are originally designed for bicycles, but they can also be used by riders with other equipment, such as roller skates, scooters, inline skates, and balance bikes.
Pump tracks serve as an excellent starting point for learning the basics of mountain biking, especially jumping, pumping (generating speed), and cornering. These skills can later be applied to larger mountain bikes and mountain biking trails.
Riding on a pump track doesn't require pedaling but instead utilizes body movements. By shifting our body up and down (illustration below), we achieve the desired speed and enjoy socializing with other riders!