Opening hours

Our standard hours between the 25th September 2021 and 29th of May 2022 are the following:

Wednesday 1pm - dusk

Friday 1pm - dusk (we are open as normal, come and race in the Fast As Fridays race series!) 

Saturday 9am - 5.00pm

Sunday 9am - 5.00pm

We operate weekends, public holidays and some school holidays. We will sometimes be closed due to bad weather so please be sure to check our Facebook page or website before heading out. No booking is required to ride at 440, but we do recommend it.

Pass Options

You can either purchase a shuttle pass on the day you ride, we have eftpos and credit card facilities available. Alternatively pre book your riding on the specific days you are visiting in advance (recommended value for one off visits). Options are as follows.

BOOKING ONLINE

If you are planning a trip to Fourforty this season on a specific day we recommend pre booking your uplift pass for best value. You can book online here

Pass options:

Half day:Youth $39.00Adult $59.00
Full day:Youth $59.00Adult $79.00
2 day passYouth $95.00Adult $129.00
3 day passYouth $140.00Adult $189.00


BOOK ONLINE HERE

ON THE DAY PASSES

Single uplift$10.00
6 uplifts$55.00
10 uplifts$79.00
10 uplifts family/shareable$89.00
20 uplifts $135.00

Park access and uphill trails

Park access only$10.00
Park access and 2 uplifts$25.00


An uphill pass gets you access to approximately half the parks elevation and trails - includes access to uphill trails/roads and trails, asphalt pump track. Excludes shuttle access.





Rental Bikes

We have a fleet of full suspension Transition Spire and Patrol 150mm travel trail bikes for rent. They are available in sizes small, medium and large. Online bookings highly recommended to avoid disappointment. Pricing and details are as follows.

Transition Spire and Patrol rental bikes

- Half day $85.00

- Full day $139.00

Insurance is also available for an extra $8.00. Please note that rental price does not include shuttle pass.

Transition Spire

Transition Spire
Transition Patrol

Transition Patrol

Fourforty Trail Map

What To Bring

The park does cater for beginner riders but its a good idea to bring adequate protection. Please remember to bring the following when visiting the park.

The following gear is recommended when visiting the park.
- Knee pads
- Gloves
- Certified helmet, this can be an open face or full face helmet.
- A well serviced and safe bike that is suitable for serious off road use
- Solid riding shoes, no jandals/flipflops or open top footware.

Please note: We reserve the right to deny access to the park if we see any gear to be unfit for use in Fourforty Mountain Bike Park.

Park Rules

- You must sign a waiver before riding at 440 

- There is no access to the trails without a pass

- Riding up the shuttle road is not permitted for safety reasons

- Appropriate gear must be worn at all times. Helmets compulsory, knee pads strongly advised (Full face helmets compulsory when riding the Ruapehu DH track only)

- 440 MTB Park retains the right to refuse entry at its discretion

How to find us

Fourforty Mountain Bike Park is located about 1 hours drive south east of Aucklands CBD between Kawakawa Bay and Orere Point. The address of the park is 521 Kawakawa - Orere Road. Fourforty is located just 50 mins drive from Aukcland international airport on the way to Rotorua.

Kauri Dieback

We have been extremely lucky to be able to develop and operate 440 MTB park on private land. A huge thanks goes out to Waytemore Forestry for allowing us all the opportunity to be able to ride our bikes on such an amazing property.

Within the property stands some beautiful Kauri, we want to protect these magnificent trees as best we can so ask that every rider entering the park ensures their bike tyres are sprayed. Please look out for the treatment station as you enter the park.

For more information on Kauri dieback visithttp://www.kauridieback.co.nz/

Accommodation

If you are looking to stay in the area there are many Airbnbs, motels and campgrounds available. Check out the below pages.

Local Accommadation


Other places to ride

Woodhill mountain bike park

Located on the western side of Auckland about 45 minutes from the CBD is Woodhill MTB park. They are great mates of ours and offer a great place to ride if your after some flowing cross country without the vertical descent. A small entry fee gives you access to a huge network of trails with a great all weather surface. Awesome bike shop facility, rental fleet, coffee and a great bunch of people! Head to www.bikeparks.co.nz
 

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