Frequently Asked Questions
Before you head out for your ride,
This will provide up-to-date information on track open or close status as well as advice on current and scheduled maintenance work. check out the Wylde home page.
For your own safety, please do not use the Wylde mountain bike trails if the website says the trails are closed. The BMX track may also be closed at times for events and club meets, and the pump track may be closed at times for maintenance and repairs. Please check the website for the open or close status before heading to Wylde.
Wylde is the largest combined biking hub in Australia, located within Western Sydney Parklands at Cecil Park. Wylde offers:
17 mountain bike trails for all riding abilities through the Parklands’ picturesque bush landscapes
BMX racetrack which is also the new home of the Western Sydney BMX Club
The largest pump track in the southern hemisphere including a junior loop and blue and green jump runs
Picnic shelters, BBQ area, toilets and bike washing facilities.
The picnic shelters are currently not available to book.
Access to Wylde is via Range Road, off Elizabeth Drive, Cecil Park.
The new Wylde facility is the largest biking hub in Australia, combining mountain biking and BMX. The new Wylde mountain bike trails follow a similar design to the original trails with some improved features, including a larger pump and jump track, many new trails and features, and a number of multiple-choice junctions for riders to choose a new adventure with each visit.
Bicycle NSW, Dirtz Track, the original Wylde designers, and the mountain biking community have helped shape the final designs.
Yes, Wylde is free of charge to visit and ride.
The Western Sydney BMX Club will activate the Wylde BMX track
every Tuesday & Saturday, starting from Saturday 17 September, during the following times: 7am - 2pm on Saturdays
4:30pm - 8:30pm on Tuesdays
Wylde BMX will
not be accessible to the general public during the above weekly session times, unless authorised by Western Sydney BMX Club.
Western Sydney Parklands Trust worked with Transport for NSW, Group GSA and Dirtz Track the original design consultants for Wylde mountain bike trail, to design the new modified trail.
View the new trail designs here.
Wylde has 17 mountain bike trails spanning around 15 km through Cumberland Plain bushland.
Check out the
trail map for more detail.
Junior Loop – a self-contained, 1.3km loop designed for young riders
Start Your Engines
Roly Poly Valley
Smiles for Miles
Wylde has a approximately 15km of trails to explore. Many of them are ‘choose your own adventure’ so you can make them as long or short as you like.
The shortest trail is the Junior Loop, a 1.3km loop that starts and finishes at the trail head. It is a self-contained loop designed for young riders to hone their skills before taking on the bigger track network.
The longest continuous trail is up to you depending on which adventure you choose. A full circuit of the mountain bike trails is approximately 15km beginning at ‘Start Your Engines’ followed by Upper Link, Exile, Hidden Valley, Smiles Link, Smiles for Miles, Roly Poly Valley, Lower Link and finishing with Home Run.
Absolutely! Dogs are welcome to join the fun. However, we ask that you keep your dog on a leash at all times during the event. We also ask that you keep your pooch away from food stalls at all times .
Wylde is open from sunrise to sunset. This includes the mountain bike trails, BMX track and pump track.
Wylde has a dedicated car park offering free parking. Turn left off Range Road on to the Wylde Access Road. Parking is located to the right of the Wylde main entrance gates.
Yes, e-bikes are permitted on the mountain bike trails. As always, please respect the trail and your fellow riders.
Yes. There is free parking available at the Parklands. Please follow directions given by traffic controllers on the day.
The mountain bike trails are constructed on a natural clay base. The trail may be closed during and following wet weather to allow the clay tracks to dry out. Please check the status on the
Wylde home page before heading out.
From time to time, some trails will be closed for maintenance. Please check the
Wylde home page before heading out or join the Wylde Facebook Group for regular updates.
There are no food and drink outlets on site. BBQ facilities are located at the picnic shelters near the pump track.
Yes, the pump track is an all-weather track. The BMX track has regular bookings by the Western Sydney BMX Club. Please check our
website before heading out.