Here are some cool features, too. I guess the “small” road gap might be the most famous one. But there is not just that gap, there are tons of other nice features ready to ride. For example a nice combo with a rock to pass, small jumps, 2 corners and 2 bigger kickers to choose from. There is even another supposedly nice drop, built by Alban Aubert (didn’t ride it so far, tought).If you are into skinnies, small north shore stuff, there is plenty for you, too. I unfortunately got absolutely no talent (or is it the missing balance) for such noth shore elements.
If you wonder who is behind the Neuch Bike Park, have a look at this website: http://bikeattitude.net
The guys from Bikeattitude describe themselves as an organization that aims to develop the freeride through various actions and they are mainly active at Chaumont (my french is poor, if there are is anything wrong in my translation please tell it to me).If you wish to support the association, you can join Bikeattitude and buy a Bike Attitude card. The card offers discounts at bike shops, free tickets to film screenings and you will also receive a Bike Attitude T-shirt.
And now enjoy the pictures or have a look at the previous Blog post with some more information about the Chaumont or have a look at our Blogpost about the Bernese Oberland.