WOW. WTF? Just check out this new public bike part in San Diego. Expertly crafted dirt jumps, pump track, endless lines, and a really good scene. OurBMX went down to scope it out.

“Random story: I actually drove by this place a few times in the last few months and it was super confusing to me. It looked like a BMX track, but it was obviously not finished and I couldn’t really get a good look at it. Little did I know that it was an in-progress bike park that was free and open to the public. I headed out the grand opening for a little pre-session with the dudes and here’s the raw cut along with a GoPro preview of the park thanks to Anthony Napoiltan and Justin Mclintock. If you’re in the San Diego area, check out the Sweetwater Bike Park at 6065 San Miguel Rd, Bonita, CA. It’s open from 9:30am to sunset. Fair warning, they don’t allow pegs because of the nature of the way the place is made.” – OurBMX

INFO: The Sweetwater Bike Park was built by S&B Engineering and Schneider Grading. Schneider Grading’s owner and lead builder Deven Schneider is joined by Joey Cordova, Matt Stuck and John O’Brien as integral parts of the creative team.