As part of the national response to limit the spread of the Coronavirus, we are requiring all users and spectators to maintain social distancing whilst using the bike trails.
Advice for users and spectators to limit the spread of Coronavirus
- Users and spectators must not interfere with any closure measures if the bike trail is closed. If it is closed then this will be for a good reason. Do not endanger yourself by breaching closure measures.
- Observe all instructions displayed on site
- Maintain social distancing within the area, according to the Government’s latest advice.
- If the area is too busy then please leave and return at another time.
- Wash your hands regularly; before use and after you have finished. Use hand sanitiser often.
- If the jumps require repair please report this to the Parish Council office (Contact Us) Do not remove the spoil earth to help maintain the jumps.
- The spoil earth should not be used as a jump. Its location makes it unsuitable for this purpose and we keep it fenced off for this reason so do not remove the fence please.
- The layout of the site may not be altered without the permission of Martlesham Parish Council. The reason for this is that we aim to try and manage the risks associated with use of the site and rearranging the jumps may increase those risks to an unacceptable level.
A range of runs are available with jumps all of which accommodates various levels of ability. Any change of the layout would usually include an independent re-assessment of the area. However, if you feel the area does need reconfiguring then do get in touch and we will consider any proposal which might improve its appeal to users.
The Bike Trail site is accessed by a bike track adjacent to the new Gospel Hall entrance off Main Road, near the junction with Laburnum Gardens There are signs by the vehicle entrance gate which is kept locked but easily accessible on bikes and on foot. Please take care to watch out for traffic entering and exiting the Gospel Hall car park.