The Ville de Mont-Tremblant is the first municipality in Québec to provide a modular track, which is located in the recreational bike park in the îlot sportif Erik Guay (sports island) near the Complexe aquatique Mont-Tremblant.
This track is a temporary outdoor facility (which is taken apart and removed prior to winter) constituted of modules that allow it to be configured in three different ways.
The 66.5-metre track is considered to be intermediate in terms of level of difficulty. The modular track is made of wood and the cladding is in polyvinyl chloride (PVC).
The following are allowed on the modular track:
One type of user at a time is allowed on the track, for example, cyclists cannot use it at the same time as a skateboarder or a person on a scooter. There is no schedule for the various users and the Ville is counting on courtesy among the users.
- Bicycle maintenance station
- Drinking fountain
- Bicycle washing station
- Bike rack
- Picnic tables.
- Use of the site is entirely at your own risk. The Ville de Mont-Tremblant cannot be held responsible for any damage including injuries and serious accidents.
- Children under 10 years of age must be accompanied by a responsible adult.
- For your own safety, please ensure that there is another person present in order to obtain help in the event of an emergency.
- It is ABSOLUTELY REQUIRED that a helmet, closed shoes and appropriate body protection be worn.
- Make a familiarization tour of the track before using it.
- Use the tracks that are in accordance with your level of skill.
- Visualize your line and adapt your speed to avoid a collision on the track.
- Be polite and courteous with others and clearly signal your uses of the track at all times.
- The consumption of alcohol and other substances which will reduce coordination, reaction time and judgement are strictly prohibited.
- It is prohibited to modify or alter the tracks in any way.
- Creation of graffiti is strictly prohibited.