The Pump Track

The Pump Track is a track for people to ride around on bikes, scooters and skateboards. We move the track around the neighbourhoods we work in for people to enjoy.

Where is it now?

You’ll find the Pump Track down at the Eastern Viaduct on the waterfront until the end of March 2020.

Find the Eastern Viaduct on google maps

Pump Track rules

The Pump Track is free for everyone to enjoy.

We want to make sure that everyone is safe while riding the Pump Track so we have a few rules, but really we just ask that you all look after each other.

Pump Track rules

About the Pump Track

The Pump Track is a modular track, made up of different pieces that can be packed up and moved from one place to another in one day. Think of it like a moveable piece of playground equipment.

Our model is the World Cup pump track by Park Life, it’s 65 lineal metres and can be configured in 3 different ways.

We work with local community groups in our neighbourhoods to figure out the best place to put the pump track. That’s often in a town centre, to encourage people to come into the town centre where we are working. Other times it might be in a carpark to show how an alternative use of the space can work.

Where has it been so far?

So far The Pump Track has been enjoyed by people in the following places:

  • Henderson
  • Eastern Viaduct CBD
  • Silo Park CBD
  • Onehunga
  • Manukau
  • Avondale
  • Northcote
  • Henderson (Falls Carpark)

Where is it going next?

The Pump Track will go on its next adventure to Silo Park in April 2020. From there we are hoping to take it to the North Shore, we'll keep you posted on exact locations and dates.