UPDATE 10/25/2023
The Velosolutions Asphalt pump track at Harmony Ridge Park in Windsor is set to open on Wednesday, Nov 1st. The ribbon cutting will take place from 4 to 6 pm. Press release below.

Windsor Parks, Recreation & Culture invites the public to attend a ribbon cutting for Harmony Ridge Park located at, 5005 Harmony Ridge Pkwy., from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m., on Wednesday, Nov. 1. Attendees will have the opportunity to enjoy complimentary hot cocoa and cookies while they explore the new park.

Harmony Ridge Park will allow the community to enjoy a variety of features, including two structure areas, one specifically for younger and one specifically for older children, a basketball court, bench swings a bicycle pump track, nature play, community gathering spaces and more. This nature-themed park will be Windsor’s newest park, providing opportunities for all ages and something for everyone to enjoy.

“As we continue to grow, our goal is to expand the opportunities for children in our community to play, offering them a variety of locations and ways to enjoy their recreational activities.,” said Deputy Director of Parks, Recreation & Culture Tara Fotsch. “This year, we are thrilled to have successfully completed not one, but two playground improvement projects, along with the unveiling of an entirely new park.”

For more information about Windsor parks and amenities, visit recreationliveshere.com/Parks 

UPDATE 08/16/2023
According to Tara Fotsch, Deputy Director of Windsor’s Parks, Recreation & Culture Department, the pump track is scheduled to be completed by late August, with a ribbon cutting in mid-September.


Windsor, Colorado, will join Berthoud and Firestone with an asphalt pump track ribbon cutting this summer. YGR confirmed that the American Ramp Company began construction on the $250,000, 20,000 sq ft. Velosolutions asphalt pump track in April.  The track will be located in a 3-acre neighborhood park in the Harmony Ridge neighborhood at the intersection of Goslar Dr and Harmony Ridge Pkwy. The park has connectivity to the neighborhood and will eventually have connectivity to the Town of Windsor trails system. Tara Fotsch Deputy Director of Parks, Recreation & Culture had this to say about the new track. “We are excited to add this feature and amenity to our parks system. We don’t currently have anything like it.  The feedback from the public meeting was very supportive of the pump track, we are excited for it to be completed!” Totsch said they hope to have the track finished by the end of June with a ribbon cutting in July.

By the end of summer, Colorado will have 11 asphalt tracks, none of which are in Fort Collins.

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