One-of-a-kind mountain bike park in Luxembourg

The Boy Konen Bike Park is the only place in the country to offer such a wide range of mountain bike tracks and features a tabletop, enduro track, north shore ramp, pump track and BMX track – all at a single location. Designed for both competitive sports and recreational use, the bike park is a place for people to hone their skills and learn new techniques.

Its tracks have been designed with different levels of technical difficulty, ranging from easy to hard, and include jumps and runs with natural obstacles (large rocks, tree trunks, tight turns). The park also has a track that can be used by electric bikes. The tracks are colour-coded according to difficulty level, so riders can pace themselves based on their own individual skill level.

The Boy Konen Bike Park is a great addition to the existing offering for cycling enthusiasts ("Parcours Josy Mersch" permanent cyclocross track; "BMX" track on the "Grauhans" site in Neudorf, around the football pitches), making it a real asset for Luxembourg City and its cycling clubs.

Opening hours and conditions of use

The bike park is open to the public every day from 10:00 to 21:00.

Luxembourg City reserves the right to change these opening times and to close the bike park at any time, in particular:

  • during times reserved by cycling clubs or for any other exclusive use (see section on "competitions and training sessions" below);
  • for safety reasons (bad weather, snow, ice/thaw, poor condition of the tracks, maintenance or repair work, etc.);
  • if large events are being held on the Boy Konen sports pitches.

Access to the bike park is prohibited:

  • to children under 6;
  • to children aged between 6 and 12, unless accompanied by a responsible adult (18 or over).

The bike park is strictly reserved for mountain and BMX biking. Any other use, such as the organisation of events by sports clubs, requires prior, written authorisation from Luxembourg City's municipal offices.

Helmets must be worn.

Users must have the skills required to use the tracks and accept the risks inherent in this type of sporting activity.

Use of the tracks is entirely at the user's own risk and liability. Users' behaviour must not present any danger to themselves or others. Luxembourg City cannot accept any liability in the event of accident.

Animals are not allowed on site. This includes dogs on leashes.

Instructions given by municipal personnel must be followed.

Any users who fail to comply with these conditions of use or instructions given by municipal personnel may be asked to leave the site.

Closed days

The Boy Konen Bike Park is closed on:

Easter Monday


1 April 2024

May Day


1 May 2024

Europe Day

Thursday 9 May 2024
Ascension Day


9 May 2024
Pentecost Monday


20 May 2024
The eve of National Day


22 June 2024 from 18:00

National Day


23 June 2024

Assumption Day Thursday 15 August 2024

All Saint's Day


1 November 2024

Christmas Eve


24 December 2024 from 12:00 (noon)

Christmas Day


25 December 2024

Saint Stephen's Day


26 December 2024

New Year's Eve


31 December 2024 from 18:00

New Year's Day


1 January 2025

Competitions and training sessions

The facilities are exclusively reserved for training sessions, events and competitions organised by Luxembourg City and city-based cycling clubs at the following times 

Training sessions

  • Bike school for children aged 3–8
    • From 1 January to 31 December, on Tuesdays from 16:00 to 18:00
      "Vélo-Club La Pédale" Mühlenbach / City of Luxembourg Sports pour tous programme
  • Bike school for children aged 8–12
    • From 1 January to 31 December, on Saturdays from 10:00 to 12:00 (noon)
      "Sport- a Fräizäit Zéisseng (SAF)" / City of Luxembourg Sports pour tous programme

Address and contact details


Bike Park Boy Konen
Terrain de sport Boy Konen
3, rue des Sports
L-2548 Luxembourg-Cessange

Contact and emergency numbers

  • on site: porter's lodge at site entrance - tel. 4796-2880 or mob. 691 98 28 80
  • information and reservations: Service Sports – tel. 4796-2583 or
  • Emergency number: 112