90,000 sq. ft. Indoor Bike Park is the first of its kind in Canada.
Want the kids to burn off some energy? Take them to Canada's first gigantic indoor bike park right in the heart of Markham.
Joyride150 welcomes all levels of riders. They have clinics, summer camps, and bikes for rent. It's also a really cool place to have a birthday party! JOYRIDE 150 Indoor Bike Park brings riders from all over the province, and the country to take a run at their facility.
Located on Bullock Drive between McCowan Road and Main Street, this clean, well-lit facility features beginner, sport and expert sections. Feel the adrenaline pump through your veins as you experience the BMX zone, rhythms, foam pit, resi jump, street park, grind room, pump tracks, cross-country ever-changing loop with climbs and the JoyrideFIT facility offering spin cycles and weight training. Joyride also offers concessions and bike rentals for visitors.
Van LaPointe has been a member at Joyride for a year and finds his riding has improved since he’s been able to train year-round in a safe environment.
“I keep coming back to Joyride because of my love of cycling and mountain biking,” says LaPointe, who works just 15 minutes away for the facility and rides at Joyride before heading home at the end of the day. “I don’t like to ride outside in the winter and since conditions at Joyride are always perfect, I can go any time.”
With after school programs, summer camp, skills workshops, demonstration days, races and competitions and ladies weekends, there is something in this park for any biker. Spin classes are now available with a complete room of Louis Garneau spin bikes and the option to bring your own bike to participate in classes.
“The main thing for me,” says LaPointe, “is that my mountain biking season now extends right through the winter and I start outdoor riding in the spring fully conditioned instead of my endurance and skills lying dormant for five or six months.”
This high-end facility in the heart of Markham is attracting national attention. Canada’s National XC Mountain Bike Team visited the Park for training in November to test each rider’s skill level and fitness.
Joyride is open to bikers of all disciplines and skill levels.