The Jordie Lunn Memorial Bike Park will be having a soft opening May 28, with the full opening scheduled for some time in June. The Park will include a full skills area, jump lines and a Velosolutions pump track, available to ride Friday. Jordie Lunn, who passed in October of 2019, lives on as generations of riders follow him, and will perfect their riding at this dedicated bike park. The park was created with the assistance of the City of Langley, contractors, volunteers and staff.
Yup, it’s finally happening. After 2 years of hard work by City of Langford management, staff, contractors, and volunteers, we are very proud to invite you to experience the Jordie Lunn Bike Park as we open it to the public this Friday May 28. We are honored to have worked alongside Jordie’s family and friends to bring you a bike park that is worthy of his name and legacy. Join us as we #livelikejordie
It has been a huge honor and privilege to be able to bring this project to reality. Special mentions and huge props go to Darren Berrecloth, Cole Nichol, Velosolutions, Sooke Bike Club, Workhorse Trail Design, The Cycling Co, Patrick Nolan, Heather Rose, Dean Tennant.This project was not possible without the vision and teamwork of Jon Watkin, Parker Bloom, and Drew Mackenzie from the Wheelhouse Cycling Society. Special thanks to Darren Kiedyk and City of Langford Staff and Council for believing in this project and for making it a reality.
For more details about the Jordie Lunn Memorial Bike Park, visit the Jordie Lunn Bike Park page.