Cycling BMX freestyle
WeRide is a 7000m² (75,000 sq.ft) indoor bike park located on the outskirts of Lyon, designed to accommodate BMX, MTB, skateboard and rollerblade riders and competitors. The bike park has a pumptrack/pump-park, an inclined airbag unique in France with three kicks, a park-jumpline area, a BMX Race track, indoor MTB circuits and a Trial and BMX street-flat area. The site features a workshop with an experienced mechanic and on-site spare parts. It also has a restaurant-bar, air-conditioned meeting rooms, changing rooms with showers and a large private car park. The on-site chef can provide a range of meals tailored to competitors and special diets. The meeting rooms are equipped with video projectors and broadband internet access. A room can be converted into a fitness / strength training area.
WeRide is an indoor park that allows you to train in any season, 24/7!
WeRide has the necessary structures to train for the different BMX disciplines: pumptrack, airbag, jumplines allow you to work on all tricks and techniques!
On-site catering, meeting rooms, and the mechanical workshop make it possible to plan courses lasting several days.
The opening hours are very flexible and can be adapted to the needs of the practitioners.
WeRide is located in Lyon with many Hotels nearby.
The WeRide park is close to the Lyon Part Dieu TGV station and Lyon airport.
The French BMX freestyle team has come to the park to train on several occasions.
In 2019, we hosted the French qualifier of the international RedBull UCI Pumptrack World Championships competition – an event with more than 80 pilots on the pump track.
Many pro-riders train at WeRide: Antoine Bizet, Thibaut Panaville, Benoit Coulanges, Adrien Loron, Louis Reboul, Luke Cryer, Aurélien Fontenoy …
WeRide JAM: we organize a big BMX / skate / rollers contest every year.
Meeting room Internet access Equipment available for private use Infirmery Floodlit facilities Hospital nearby Relaxation room Film screening room Vehicle hire service Adapted vehicle hire service