Big Marsh Bike Park now open, is ‘building on Burnham’s vision,’ Rahm says

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The park features a variety of facilities for bicyclists including trails and a pump park. (City of Chicago)

CHICAGO — Mayor Rahm Emanuel and the Chicago Park District cut the ribbon on the bike park at Big Marsh Sunday.

The 40-acre park in the city’s southeast side features various facilities for bicyclists, including single track trails, a pump park, dirt jump trails, gravity flow trails and a bicycle skills area.

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The park is designed for all ages and skill levels, and will be free of charge for general riding.

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