Amplitude skate and bike park offers a wide range of options to have fun with your skateboard, kickboard, cruiser, BMX, mountain bike or even inline skates. The park is divided in two big parts: The street course with a bistro on one side and the pump track with a massive bowl in the center on the other. The whole facility is as big as 3000m².
A pump track is a looped circuit of berms and rollers, designed for all things on wheels. The idea is to pump and jump around with as much speed, style and fun as possible without having to pedal or push. Proper construction of the track makes it possible for advanced riders to even jump from roller to roller, rather than just pumping and riding over them.
The racing pump track at Amplitude is designed as a dual slalom pump track: Two riders can start at the same time taking different lanes. After an intersection, they will end up having the same length of race track.
The racing pump track was the first in Indonesia to be designed and constructed by the prestigious Swiss company Velosolutions, which has been an active business in the mountain bike community for over 17 years. Together with Amplitude they developed the concept for the pump track and perfectly combined it with the already existing infrastructure.
SKATE BOWL AND STREET SKATE
We are proud to present the deepest skate bowl in Indonesia. It is an enormous concrete bowl surrounded by the pump track. The depth end is 270cm/9ft with 30cm/1ft of vert. The shallow end is 170cm/5.5ft and has no vert. The bowl is made for skateboards as well as bikes.
The street course is one of the best in Indonesia. Its embedding around a restaurant makes it unique on the island. The course contains a variety of different features of all levels. There is a mini fun bowl (125cm/4ft deep) that can also be used as a mini ramp. Furthermore, there are many different obstacles such as ledges and rails, quarter pipes, banks, a manual pad, an A-frame with a grass gap, small stairs and a pyramid. Every skater will find something to work on.
Both, the bowl and the street course, were constructed by the Indonesian skateboard and skate park brand Motion.
Skating requires a good balance. To train it regularly and improve your skating skills you can grab one of the balance boards sitting around at the park and try out different stances and moves on the board.
As an alternative to the balance boards, you can also check out the slackline. It’s a special kind of balancing act similar to tightrope walking just a couple of cm off the ground. Beginners can just take small steps forward on the slackline and see how far they come. Patience is key! Advanced slackliners can even try to walk backwards, turn, sit down and get up again or do some tricks.