Riverview Pump Track


Type: Pump Track


Difficulty:  All Skill Levels


Directions: Visit our Google Map and get turn-by-turn directions from your front door by clicking here



A pump track is a small dirt course full of rollers and tight radius corners.  The corners are all banked so riders can maintain speed.  Riders pump their bike around the course, no pedaling is required.  The outside of the course is fairly basic and easy, while the interior of the course has some jumps for those who are into that sort of thing.


There is also a skills area of sorts.  There's a tapered log to practice log hopping on.  One side is low and easy, the other side is higher and tougher to get over.  There is also a log ride, that branches into two directions, a high side and low side.


The pump track and skills area was built in 2010 by B4 Consulting and Construction in cooperation with the City of North Augusta, Andy Jordan's Bicycle Warehouse, SORBA-CSRA, Specialized Bicycles, and Fox Racing Shox


The pump track.  The lots of trees and a pavilion mean there's always plenty of shade.  There's even a bike rack near the pavilion for parking.


Jumping the 'volcano'


Railing the tightest berm at the pump track.


More berm action.  No one has hit that tree...yet.


2010 IMBA World Summit attendees enjoying the pump track on demo Specialized P-Bikes.


29ers can tackle the pump track too


This is the tapered log.


Log ride, high side on the right, low side on the left




The log ride is extremely well made.