Havok Bike Park (formerly Cockhill Bike Park) is a mountain bike facility in the Pennine Valley in Todmorden, Cornholme (on the border of Yorkshire and Lancashire). There are red graded downhill runs, a freeride section and dirt jumps. Booking is essential as there is limited parking. They also in 2015 launched a new black, a dirt Jump line and a freeride taster line and are kicking off running some events ie Downhill racing, dirt jump competitions and something similar to a slopestyle fest
It closed temporarily in November 2015 and re-opened with a new name and set up on May 28th, 2016 as Havok Bike Park.
Havok Bike Park currently has two downhill trails, three freeride trails and a dirt jump set. It's a push-up bike park. Check the Facebook page for prices and opening.
The Red Run
- There is a 1.4 km red downhill run with different options and lines that take around 3 mins to complete. The push-up is on grass (there is no uplift).
- Red trail "Medusa" is nice and flowy with the odd rocky section and rollable jumps thrown in to keep you on your toes. The track has berms, drops, jumps, rock gardens and north shore. The top is known as Snakes and Ladders and is tight and twisty and incorporates north-shore. Then it follows into a rocky descent onto a steep rooty section before you hit large jumps and berms. That's just a taster as there is lots more including rocky berms, step jumps and a gap jump.
- There is a freeride section made up of an extreme skills line. Takes around a minute to dial and is full of jumps, drops, gaps, doubles and big whips.
- There is also a smaller freeride taster line.
Dirt Jump Section
- The Dirt Jump Line includes a 180° berm, step ups and jumps of various sizes.
- The Black trail "The Beast", named after the Beast of Bernshaw is natural, rooty, rutty and always wet to test your technical ability on a bike.
- Check the Facebook page, for booking, membership, prices and opening
- All riders must sign a Participation Statement and obtain a pass before riding the track.
- Parking is available in the quarry area in the forest at weekends between 10 and 5 but the gates must be closed behind you so that the farmer's sheep don't escape.
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