Bazzas Berms New Blue Descending Track At Glenlivet

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Glenlivet mountain bike trail centre has recently launched a new blue track called Bazzas Berms.

The new blue graded track is a flow trail you will want to session over and over.


It is a downhill style flow line with big wide berms, rollers, and tabletops so you can get some fun airtime or roll them. At even a decent pace down it’s a good 90 seconds of descending heaven.


It has been designed and constructed by CRC with the principle to cater to a wide range of riders, to be progressive, and to target intermediate riders to build their skills.


It starts off at the start of the red track and ends near where the mini DH ends.


Bazzas Berms is named after Jamie Edmondson the World Cup racer's dad. Jamie helped design the trails.


The development never stops at Glenlivet it seems and as well as the trails they are currently installing a canopy over the slabbed area at the front of the cafe. This will mean all-weather seating.



Set in the heart of the Cairngorms National Park Glenlivet already boasts blue, red, and black runs as well an Orange freeride line, a Mini Downhill, and a pump track/skills area. The facilities are decent too. Check out the full Glenlivet iBikeRide listing where you can get full trail details, leave and read reviews, watch or post videos as well as check out and post the latest images of the track. Go check them out, Now!


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