Mountain biking can be dangerous, with major obstacles that can be physically challenging. There is a risk of injury and death when riding MTB.

At the moment, the Bike Park is not opened to children under 13 years old or under 1.51m (4’11”).

Children aged 15 and under must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian (over 18) at ALL TIMES.

Children aged between 16 and 18 must be supervised at ALL TIMES by a responsible adult.

Equipment and safety

Mandatory helmet: All cyclists must wear a well-fitting helmet suitable for mountain biking.

Recommended protection: Knee, elbow and back protectors are highly recommended for your safety.

Check: Make sure your bike is in good condition before setting off on a trail. Our team will check your mountain bike and may refuse you access if it does not meet our quality criteria for safe access to the Bike Park.

No access: If you do not have a helmet and protection, you will not be allowed to ride in the Bike Park or use the UPLIFT service.

Track selection

Difficulties: Choose a trail adapted to your level. If this is your first visit, familiarise yourself with the trail signs. Trails are classified according to level of difficulty.

Reconnaissance: Always do a low-speed reconnaissance of the trail. Trails change according to weather conditions and the constant modifications and improvements made to them; do not assume that they will always be exactly the same on every visit.

Respect for other users

Priority: Those descending always have priority. Show courtesy.

Alert: Signal your presence when approaching other users, especially in narrow sections or with reduced visibility.

Responsible riding

Controlled speed: Your speed must be adapted to the conditions of the track and the density of the traffic.

Respect the Signs: Observe and respect all signs and markings.

Respect for the environment

Marked trails: To preserve the flora and avoid disturbing the fauna, do not leave the trails.

Wildlife: If you come across deer, please do not chase them or leave the paths.

Cleanliness and Preservation

It is forbidden to picknick in the Bike Park.
Leave no trace: Take your rubbish with you and use the bins provided.

Raising awareness: Encourage others to adopt environmentally responsible behaviour.

Attitude and Savoir-Vivre

Kindness: Be courteous to all visitors to the bikepark.

Communication: A smile, a hello or a simple thank you can enrich everyone’s experience.

Alerting and Assistance

Be proactive: In the event of danger, a problem or an obstacle on the trail, quickly inform the bikepark staff.
Our beautiful Bike Park is a place for sharing, where every cyclist contributes to the safety, respect and preservation of the environment. Your behaviour counts, so please take care of yourself, others and our precious natural environment.

Enjoy the ride! 🚴‍♂️🌟 


By visiting the Mo’Bike mountain bike trails, you are preparing to take part in a high-risk activity. You can minimise this risk by following the safety rules and advice in the mountain bikers’ code of responsibility and the mountain bike and equipment checklist. If you do not follow the safety rules and advice, you increase the possibility of a serious accident that could be fatal.

I understand that mountain biking is dangerous and involves significant obstacles that can be physically challenging. I accept that there is a risk of injury and death during these activities.

I understand that I must wear a  helmet and knee pads at all times, and that eye protection, a protective waistcoat and gloves are strongly recommended.

I agree to abide by the mountain bikers’ code of responsibility at all times.

I agree to check my bike and equipment in accordance with the above mountain bike and equipment checklist at the start of the day, before each session and after each fall.

In the event of any accident, loss or damage to my personal belongings, I acknowledge that the company, its sponsors and all associated parties will not be liable for any direct or indirect loss, damage or injury arising out of or in connection with the activities (except in the event of death or personal injury caused by the negligence of the company).

I certify that, to the best of my knowledge, I do not suffer from any medical condition that would increase the likelihood of my being involved in an incident that could result in injury to myself or others.