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Here are 5 things that you should definitely not do in a bike park! Can you think of any more? Whats the worst thing you’ve seen in your local Bike Park? Leave your answer in the comments below! The post Watch: Top 5 Things NOT to Do in a Bike Park appeared first on Singletracks
Bike parks are not only awesome fun, but an amazing place to develop your mountain biking skills. The exposure to different types of terrain and different styles of trails purpose built for different ability levels means that there is always something for riders of all levels to practice! In order to build on your skills,
Yes, (old) white men can jump — with the right instruction. Photo by Carl Frey/Trestle Bike Park Editor’s Note: This sponsored post was written by Mtbr features editor Jason Sumner and is courtesy of Trestle Bike Park. Jumping has never been my strong suit on the mountain bike. I’m decent at going up hills, can
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5000 feet of descending from the top of the Whistler Bike Park with the EWS crew. #followcamfriday #MakePOVgreatAgain The post Watch: A 5,000-Foot Descent in the Whistler Bike Park appeared first on Singletracks Mountain Bike News. Watch: A 5,000-Foot Descent in the Whistler Bike Park If you are interested in Mountain bike parts, Continue
The new park will officially open on Aug 9th, 2017. After Steve Smith tragic passing, a GoFundMe was launched to create the Stevie Smith Legacy Fund. The goal of the new foundation is to help inspire the next generation of young rippers. Their first project is the new Stevie Smith Park, which is being built
The long term plan for the Creekside expansion includes 35 miles of trail. After years of rumored expansion, the Whistler Mountain Bike Park has finally broke ground on the new Creekside Zone. The beginning phase will include five new trails (a total of 9 miles) and will increase the amount of lift access riding by
Trestle has a great mix of machine built trail and more natural rustic routes down the mountain. Photo courtesy Trestle Bike Park/Chris Wellhausen Editor’s Note: This sponsored post is courtesy of Trestle Bike Park. For many, the common misconception of a bike park is equal parts big hucks and bro-brah attitude. These lift-serviced mountain bike