With the evolution of mountain biking in Switzerland, more and more people are riding. Today, there are more people practicing mountain biking than there are licensed soccer players. In this sense, we want to make a pumptrack available to the users of the Glâne.
Our goal is to create a place where young and old can meet, discuss, have fun, challenge each other and learn from each other.
We are convinced that a pumptrack allows to live this reality.
A pumptrack is a closed circuit made of bumps and curves that can be covered by all wheeled vehicles such as bikes, scooters, skateboards or roller skates by "pumping" over the bumps. The term "pumptrack" comes from two words: "pump" for "pumping" and "track" for "circuit".
A pumptrack is easy to access. This type of facility provides an excellent learning ground for movement, balance, coordination, technical skills and concentration.
A quality pumptrack is made of asphalt, which gives it excellent durability with minimal maintenance.
Our vision is to offer a place to live. Here is a concept of a rendering imagined for this place! We don't just want to create a sports infrastructure, but a welcoming and sharing place, a multigenerational place.
We want to create a welcoming place, equipped with tables and benches, where people come and stop to enjoy the show unfolding before their eyes.
This concept is realized on a plot of about 2500m2.
SUPPORT THIS PROJECT
You want to show your support for such a project!
You can do so in one of three ways:
SIGN UP FOR THE SUPPORT LIST
By joining the support list, you show your interest and desire to have such an infrastructure in our region.
No matter your age or sport, your support is important.
MAKE A PLEDGE
Your pledge allows us to plan the project's budget as well as possible. No matter the amount, your help is precious. 100% of the amount pledged will be allocated to the project.
You will then be contacted in due course to confirm your support.
MAKE A DONATION
Your donation contributes directly to the realization of the pumptrack. Of course, 100% of the amount donated will go to the project.