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Asidlale Adventure Park

Your gateway to trail fun



Welcome to Asidlale, a trail park adventure that will get your heart racing, legs working and smiles wider than you ever imagined. Established in November 2021, means that we are a brand new Adventure Park and are looking forward to welcoming riders and runners young and old, to enjoy this beautiful space! 

Please take note that the park has opened long before the specified date due to the abundance of requests so there is a lot that still needs to happen. Route markers, new trails, maintenance of trails, trail indicator posters and signs, different distances, facilities access and so much more that is involved with a wonderful riding/running/hiking/play space. Please bear with us as the Asidlale team tackles every need, obstacle, request and suggestion as timeously as possible. 

Until we can get our 'ducks in a row' 'tracks in the dirt' shovels in the ground' please enjoy the beauty the space has to offer with an open mind and open heart.

Home to the Ronald Lamola MTB Challenge which is a fund raising event that raises funds for bicycles for underprivileged children, the venue will be expanded with more incredible single track and superb riding and running trails!



Park operating hours:


Weekdays morning: 6am - 9am

Weekdays evening: 16pm to18pm

Weekends and Public Holidays: 6am to 18pm


Emergency Details:

Emergency call: 086 111 6107

We are the first aeromedical evacuation company in Africa to partner with what3words – a free emergency geolocation service that helps us very quickly pinpoint your exact location. By dividing the world into 3m squares and giving each square a unique three word address, we can more accurately find you – faster.

To use the service you simply open the what3words app on your phone, tap the current location button and read off the 3 words. The app also works offline so you can find your what3words address with or without a data connection.

In an accident it can be hard to accurately describe where you are – especially if there aren’t any landmarks. This new and innovative service is a simple way to talk about location.

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30km GPX file:

Let's go riding!

T's and C's:


Entry Passes are at this time, in a digital format.


Weekly and Monthly riders will use their invoices as entry passes. Please select "Asidlale Digital Delivery" at check out. The invoice you receive via email, is the invoice you will use to ride with. Save it to your phone.


Annual riders Please select "Asidlale Digital Delivery" at check out. Your invoice you receive via email, is the invoice you will use to ride with until you receive your personalised pass that will be sent to your email address from Like2Bike. Please note that this is manually done, so it might take longer than you expect.  Save it to your phone. Once you have received your digital riding pass, your invoice will be null and void.


If you do not want to cycle with your phone you will need to arrange a wrist band at the Golf Course Club House by presenting the Entry Pass on your phone to the Asidlale Bike Park representative before you cycle.


All cyclists are required to enter the Asidlale Bike Park the Golf Course Gate ONLY.

Address: Cnr Candican Rd & Kipling Rd, Barbeque Downs, Sandton, 1684.


When you purchase the Entry Pass you indemnify the Asidlale Bike Park & Correctional Services from all and any loss, theft or injury in the Asidlale Bike Park and Correctional Services grounds.


You will not deviate from the GPX route as certain areas are out of bounds. Failure to adhere to the rules of the trails and trail usage will result in a penalty. 

No riding is allowed where there are no demarcated trails.


Your Entry Pass is only valid for the stipulated dates shown on the Entry Pass.


Failure to present the Entry Pass to any of the monitors, staff or owners of the Asidlale Bike Park, while using the Asidlale Bike Park trails will result in you being asked to either purchase a Day Pass or leave the Asidlale Bike Park with immediate effect.


images: © Dino Lloyd