SLT packs all this goodness into a small space:
The total footprint is 60×40 feet (18×12 meters). If you build retaining walls on the backs of the berms, you can shrink this to about 54×34 feet (17×11 meters).
Long straights with round rollers help you build speed.
A big, steep 160-degree berm lets you pull serious Gs. Super fun!
Perfectly shaped 100-degree berms carry great speed and teach you pump all those sweet pockets on trails.
Crossover lines add technical challenge and increase the number of lap options.
Your ready-to-build plan includes:
Password protected PDF that can be viewed on any device. It can be printed as well.
Overhead view with plot points.
Side views of rollers and berms.
Dirt quantity estimates, with ways to reduce the amount of dirt needed.
Basic building instructions. For more details, see the ebook Welcome to Pump Track Nation.
If you follow the directions, you’ll be guaranteed a sweet-riding track. Save tons of money and time: Do it right the first time.
Plan thrice. Measure twice. Build once!
Photo and videos courtesy of backyard SLT builder Tyson Wiles:
This backyard SLT is well underway, with most of the dirt placed and a little ripper already visualizing some great flow.