Byford Pump Track Feasibility Study

Project Overview

The Shire of Serpentine Jarrahdale has engaged specialist consultants Common Ground to undertake a feasibility study for the potential development of a pump track in Byford. 

A pump track is a bike circuit of rollers, banked turns and features designed to be ridden completely by bike riders "pumping" — generating momentum by up and down body movements, instead of pedalling or pushing on a bicycle.

An initial round of community engagement was held to gauge interest in a Pump Track in early July 2023. The feedback received is currently being reviewed by Shire Officers, and will help to determine if a Pump Track will be installed in Byford, what a preferred site would be and what the layout and features would include.

Should the future development of a Byford Pump Track be approved, it will be funded by a re-purposed State Government election commitment of $1.3 million. 




Council Report - Byford Pump Track Feasibility Study - 17 October 2022


July 2023

Community consultation undertaken to gauge community interest in proposed Byford Pump Track

August 2023 - October 2023

Feedback received during the community consultation period reviewed, with findings guiding the next stage of development. 

November 2023

Complete feasibility study report, including findings and analysis from community consultation period, presented to Council.