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Bike Tracks


Want to add a little extra into your play space?

Bike tracks can be easily added into any space, providing opportunities not just for further play, but learning opportunities also that can teach children how to approach streets and road signs.

The bike tracks are designed using durable Pour’n’Play safety surfacing which can be adapted to create almost any shape or road marking, making the design possibilities endless.


5-10 Year Warranty

Certified Installation

Recycled Rubber

Safety Certified


Endless Design Possibilities

The bike tracks are designed using Pour’n’Play which comes in a range of 21 different colours, offering both architects and installers endless possibilities for creative design. Using Pour’n’Play means the colours stay consistent throughout the rubber surface. 

Learning opportunities

Installing bike tracks opens up the space to opportunities for not just play, but also educational lessons where kids can practice and get familiar with road rules and how to approach streets and roads as well as read road signs. 

Hard Wearing

Our bike tracks are made from Pour’n’Play which is resistant to scratching, ultra-violet light, all-weather extremes and is very resilient to accidental or deliberate damage.

Bike Tracks Gallery


Angels Childcare Center

When Angels Childcare Centre in Takapuna was looking for a safer surface for their playground, they had very clear goals and expectations. Karen Douglas, the Centre Manager at Angels Childcare Centre, explains, “we were trying to achieve a durable and sustainable surface, something which doesn’t hold the heat in summer and burn children’s feet!”

Further case studies

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Further case studies

KidSpace Early Learning Center

Papakura, Auckland

View all case studies Products used: Pour'n'Play PermaPlay Kidspace were looking to improve flow, visibility and reduce noise at their…

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Toko Playcentre

Toko, Taranaki

Toko Playcentre’s outdoor surfacing was dull, dangerous and uninviting. Find out how they transformed the space into one with endless opportunities for imaginative play with Numat.

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Community Kids Clendon

Clendon, Auckland

For Community Kids Clendon it was important to create an open and inviting outdoor space that could be used for various play and learning activities.

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BestStart Naenae

Lower Hutt, Wellington

Centre manager Emma Barber wanted an outdoor space that was inviting, practical and allowed the children to extend their physical development.

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