The popular Bike Park in Špindlerův Mlýn is located directly in the Svatý Petr resort. In the summer you can try one of the six tracks here, including the Pump Track. Both beginners and experienced bikers will enjoy the Bike Park. Simply choose one of our tracks. Driving outside the tracks is forbidden..
The Scott Spindl Bike Park was founded in 1994, and its history dates back to 1995 when the first international downhill race took place here.
Today, the tracks are created by MRSN Workxxx together with patron and co-creator Michal Maroši, an icon of Czech downhill racing, multiple Czech champion in downhill racing, four-cross world champion and European dual slalom champion.
You can find up-to-date information on the Facebook Špindl Bike Park.
A bike and equipment rental store is directly in Spindl Motion Shop & Rental Svatý Petr.
Rental open TH - SU 10:00 - 17:00
Reserve a bicycle and equipment at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Important!: We ask visitors to only ride on marked bike tracks! If you violate the rules, you may lose your Bike Pass.
Slopestyle track: 250 m
Vertical metres: 25 m
The Slopestyle track in the Scott Špindl Bike Park is unique in the Czech Republic, expanding the options of a wide range of bikers. The Slopestyle track starts at the very end of the downhill race track, where it is connected by a turn to the first obstacle called "Start Drop" and continues with the combination of wooden and dirt obstacles down to the finish below the slopes. The track includes variants for both advanced riders and less advanced riders.
Length: 35 m
Vertical metres: 0 m
If you want to improve your mountain biking and learn how to ride on foot bridges, visit the new Skills Center right next to the Pump Track.
Length: 75 m
Vertical metres: 0 m
The Pump Track is an oval track with plenty of rollers and banked turns, built on the plain at the bottom of the slopes in Svatý Petr. Experienced bikers don't need to use the pedals here, they simply "pump" their hands and legs while driving through the artificially created unevenness, riding round and round without pedaling. The track is also suitable for complete beginners and children. You can ride any bike freely on the Pump Track.
Length: 2800 m
Vertical metres: 450 m
Start: the start tower is at the top station of the innogy line Svatý Petr chairlift. The track runs along a blue slope with frequent turns to the edges of the adjacent forest. It is less technically challenging and has a freeride nature, making it fun for a wide range of bikers. You will experience a number of banked turns, dirt and wooden jumps, as well as wooden footbridges that can be bypassed. In many places the surface is finished with gravel for a more comfortable ride.
Race for experienced bikers
Length: 2100 m
Vertical metres: 450 m
This track that runs under the six-seater chairlift underwent a complete change in 2017. Thanks to the reconstruction, the track is now easier and more accessible to a wider range of bikers. However, it is still the most challenging track in the Bike Park. It is technically challenging with very difficult passages that only experienced riders can handle. Its difficulty meets all the requirements for organizing races (national and global). There are natural and artificially created jumps on the track, short wooden footbridges and its surface is made of dirt, stones and forest ground with roots and small rocks.
Length: 1200 m
Vertical metres: 130 m
The track starts in the middle of the red freeride track below the top station of the Hromovka chairlift, where it turns right to the green Deep Forest trail. This trail is playful, fun and has a freeride nature. In the first third, there are many easy footbridges and banked turns, which then turn into a flat pass through a deep forest on a forest path. The track ends on an asphalt road, from which it connects to the red freeride track after 100 meters.
Length: 7000 m
Vertical metres: 430 m
The Touristic Downhill track starts next to the top station of the six-seater innogy line Svatý Petr chairlift. Initially, the track runs along a gravel path and then along an asphalt path, and the lower section runs along a panel road back to the bottom chairlift station. It's a pleasant sightseeing ride suitable for beginners, parents with children and amateur bikers.