Iso-Syöte Bike Park

Now you can enjoy fell views, nature and cycling down the fell in Iso-Syöte! Iso-Syöte Bike Park opened it’s lifts in Midsummer 2020 and is inviting everyone to try this popular cycling sport form. The idea is that you go up with a lift and down by bike. There are different routes and trails, which are suitable for beginners and also for more pro cyclers.

Iso-Syöte Bike Park routes are around 2 km long and there are 5 different trails. You can rent a bike and gear from Iso-Syöte rental. Bike model is a Specialized Stumpjumper comp, which is a perfect choice for Bike Park and mountain biking.

Buy Bike Park season passes from our online store.

Bike Park Prices

From Iso-Syöte rental, you can buy Bike Park lift passes, rent a bike, and gear. It’s also possible to buy lift passes advance from our online store. Bike Park pass is also a trail usage pass. Notice that gloves are mandatory.

 Prices3h1 Day2 Days
Lift pass 20€26€45€
Bike rental35€*45€80€
Gear*20€25€45€
Bike Park package65€ 85€150€
Keycard6€
Season pass100€

* Gear includes knee- and elbow cover, glows, and a helmet.
* Package includes a lift pass, a bike, and gear.
* Notice that 3h bike rental is at times 10-13 and 14-17.

Passes are downloaded into rechargeable keycard-tickets. The price for a KeyCard is 6€, it is not included in lift pass rates.

Read more: https://syote.fi/en/iso-syote/liftpasses/

You can also call us to +20 1476 471 if you want to reserve a bike and gear advance.
Reservations are binding. In case of a cancelation, reservation must be canceled at least 24 hours before the start. We reserve the right to charge the rental price for irrevocable bookings.

Bike Park Opening Hours

Bike Park is open on weekends.

DayTime
Saturday10-17
Sunday 10-17

From Monday to Friday bikes are rented for mountain biking in Iso-Syöte trails.

Bike Park is open until September 2020 concerning the weather conditions.

Trail Map

Bike Park Rules

  1. Check that your gear is functional. Always wear a helmet and gloves, other gear is optional.
  2. Choose trails and speed according to your skill level and conditions. Get familiar with trails in advance. Use detours if necessary.
  3. Pass the other riders from far enough. The one coming from above and behind has the responsibility to dodge.
  4. Stay on the trails.
  5. Stop only to a place where you are easy to spot. If you are going back up the hill, move outside from the track.
  6. Pay attention to other riders.
  7. Riding on trails intoxicated is forbidden.
  8. Riding in your own responsibility.
  9. Everyone’s duty is to help in case of an emergency. Tell the staff if you see any accidents.
  10. Always follow rules and guidance from the staff. Staff claims a right to remove a lift pass from a person who doesn’t follow the rules.

 

These rules are SHKY official rules.