Get ready

to have fun!

Here’s what you need to know about your first time at B-LINE:

Everybody needs a waiver! Even spectators just walking around.

Our waiver is a legal document and it must be signed by the parent or legal guardian of a minor participant.

(do yours now)

Helpful hints:

  • You can bring your own MTB, DJ or BMX bike, or rent one of ours.
  • We have pay lockers in the front and free lockers in the change rooms if you bring your own lock.
  • Dress in comfortable clothing you can ride in. Flat bottom shoes are best (no clips).
  • The average stay is 3-4 hours. Bring food and snacks.
  • You are beautiful, and awesome. You got this!

Can you stand on your pedals?

Standing on your pedals will help maximize your fun on a bike, and allows you to do more terrain from curbs to bike parks. Check out this video for tips that will help you get your butt off the saddle and get you standing on your pedals.

We have terrain for all skill levels, and we use the same rating system as ski hills

We are a 60,000 square foot facility dedicated to biking, having fun and being safe. If this is your first time at an indoor bike park, we recommend you read the rest of this page. Here is a breakdown of what you will find at B-LINE Indoor Bike Park:

Bring your own bike, or you can rent one of ours - You can use your own bike as long as it is clean and in good working order. We also have WTP BMX bikes, and COMMENCAL Absolut Dirt Jumpers. FLAT PEDALS are best.

Reception and Pro Shop – When you first come in you’ll find our reception desk and Pro Shop. You can check in right away if you’ve done your waiver online, or if you love line-ups, you can fill the waiver out here. Parents or legal guardians of minors should do the waiver for themselves if they’d like to walk around and watch

Picnic Area – We have 22 picnic tables spread around the facility. We ask that you don’t leave your stuff on them when you are not using them… we have cubbies by the picnic tables and lockers for that!! (bring your own lock or loonies for our pay lockers)

Riding Areas – We have several different sections and features to our park. We use the same color and shape system as they do for ski hills. Green Circle shows the easiest terrain, Blue Squares show intermediate terrain and Black Diamonds show our advanced and Expert terrain.

Kids 3 and under – Riders 3 and under are just $10. There’s no charge for parents to chase after them either. Wear good shoes for chasing bikes on wooden ramps.

Kids 4-7 – These guys are half price and must be accommodated by a guardian in the park at all times.

Kids 8-11 – This age group can roam the park on their own, but must have parents or guardians in the facility

Check out this video for a little intro lesson on rollers and berms

Rules of the Park

Helmets are mandatory, pads are HIGHLY recommended
Stay in control at all times. It is your responsibility to avoid other persons and objects around you
Do not stop where you obstruct a trail or are not visible to traffic
When entering a run you must yield to riders already in motion
Keep off closed areas and obey all signs and warnings
Stay on marked trails. Do not exit trails mid route
Do not enter the park if you have been using alcohol or drugs
Ride trails in marked direction only
Assist others. If you are involved in or witness a crash please help and inform a B-LINE staff member as soon as possible
Kids 7 and under must be accompanied by a parent in the park at all times

Kids 11 and under must be supervised in the Foam Pit Area and Big Air Room, at all times by a responsible adult

Know the Rules - Be safety conscious. It is your responsibility.

Park privileges revoked for breach of park rules, or the terms and conditions of the waiver.

B-Line Code

I will:

Always wear my helmet, because it is the smart thing to do
Stay in control of my bike and my person at all times
Look out for my fellow riders and pedestrians by not crashing into them
Assist others. If you are involved in or witness a crash please help and inform a B-LINE staff member as soon as possible
Stay out of the way of riders in motion
Slow down and be cautious at intersections
Ask for help when I need it. Be it to clear a path or learn a new trick.
Be aware of my surroundings and fellow riders. Some of these guys are going fast and doing flips
Have fun and spread happiness
Gladly stay on marked trails and follow directional arrows
Check my bike regularly
Not ride brakeless unless ok’d by front desk staff

Equipment Check

The trails and features of B-LINE Indoor Bike Park are rough and demanding on both the bike and body. Before riding always inspect your equipment or have it checked by a qualified bike mechanic.
1. Ensure your helmet is in good shape and properly adjusted.
2. Inspect bike frame for cracks and damaged or dented areas.
3. Ensure you have sufficient brake pad to stop your bike while riding.
4. Front and rear axles (skewers) should be tight.
5. Headset and stem must be secure with no looseness or play.
6. Check that your tires are in good condition, with no tears or cuts in the sidewall.
7. Handle bar and handle grips must be tight and unable to spin. Seat and seat post need to be fastened securely.


Use of the Park involves the risk of injury. You control the degree of risk you will encounter in using the trails and features in the Park.

Do not attempt any of the trails or features unless you have sufficient ability and skill to do so safely. Always ride in control and within your ability level.

Foam Pit Rules, Suggestions, and Things to Know

Ensure the foam pit is clear of any persons before entering
Stay within your ability
Stay attached to your bike
Pad yourself
Empty your pockets
Tighten your shoes
Remove all loose jewelry and anything you don’t want to lose
Wear pads – we have rentals
It can be a workout getting out of the foam pit
You’ll probably never find anything that you lose in the foam pit

Kids 11 and under must be supervised in the Foam Pit Area and Big Air Room, at all times by a responsible adult