BMX, Skate and Scooter Series - free fun this November

​Wheels ready and helmets on, we've got BMX, skating and scooters being celebrated around the district this November!

Our last contribution in the Adelaide Hills Council district is Sunday 24 November at the Woody Trails Bike Track in Woodside, hosted by The Summit Community Centre. Two professional coaching sessions will be held for riders aged 5-12yrs (booked out) and there will be fun live commentary of demonstrations on the senior track, featuring many of the Woody Trails locals who have long volunteered their time to maintain and improve the site for everyone's use. Prizes will be on offer for stand-out experienced riders during the 2pm-4pm jam session, and Love Woodside will have a sausage sizzle available to purchase refreshments. This event is free to attend.


Young people around the hills are invited to join the fun at the BMX, Skate and Scooter Series being held in Gumeracha, Stirling, Woodside and Mount Barker. All events are free to attend, with coaching sessions available to learn new tricks, live jam sessions, prizes, demos, and food and drink available for purchase (cash sales only).

The Series is a joint initiative of the Adelaide Hills Council Community Centres (The Summit and Torrens Valley), Mount Barker Community Centre, and The Hut Community Centre, and is designed to give younger members of the community something active to celebrate in their neighbourhoods.

3 November | Gumeracha Skate Park, Albert Street
10 November | Stirling Bike Track, Pomona Road
24 November | Woody Trails Bike Track, Woodside
Every Friday | Mount Barker Skate Park, Dumas Street

Bring a rug or some chairs and make a day of it with family and friends!

Coaching sessions are limited and must be booked via the links above. All attendees must have appropriate safety gear: no helmet, no ride. Young children must be supervised by a responsible adult.

This event series is supported by the Department of Human Services and Adelaide Hills Council's Youth Leadership Program.

Bike, Skate and Scooter
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