The Truckee Bike Park is a cycling destination that includes a pump track, dirt jumps, flow lines, drop zone, and dual-slalom. The park builds bike skills for all abilities of cyclists, and is fun for the entire family.
The park is the product of a non-profit, volunteer-supported effort to build a world-class destination for locals and tourists. It's a healthy, outdoor, and active recreational asset for the Truckee community.
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The Truckee Bike Park is privately funded. Three more phases of development have already been approved, so your donation will make a difference!
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The pump track is a 30,000 square foot circuit of rollers and berms that helps develop bike handling skills. The idea is to pump your legs to absorb the bumps and maintain momemtum, using as few pedal strokes as possible. The pump track can be enjoyed by riders of all abilities.
The dirt jumps area has 27,000 square feet of different size features where you can practice getting airborne. This area is for beginner to intermediate riders with advanced options. Please start small and look before you leap!
The dual slalom course allows riders of all abilities to race side-by-side on a gently downhill course with berms and rollers.
The flow lines are great for learning how to maintain flow while progressing through various jumps.
The drop zone area will allow you to practice drops of various sizes.
The cross country loop is a 1/2 mile track around the perimeter of the bike park that is great for new riders and testing out new bikes.
Future projects include development of intermediate to advanced dirt jumps, a beginner to advanced slopestyle course, and additional flow lines.
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A ridestyle event at the Bike Park. May 28, 2016.
Learn the fundamentals and skills to properly pump, jump, turn, and drop. Summer 2016.