Keystone Bike Park is a two-time Top Five winner in the MTBparks.com Riders' Choice Best Bike Parks Awards for the Rocky Mountain Region.
Known for its raw and technical riding, Keystone Resort's bike park is one of the biggest in the US, offering 55 inter-connected trails with aggressive descents, drops, berms and anything else that can be ridden on a bike. Featuring rock gardens, jumps and creative wooden features, riders of all levels can find challenging terrain among Keystone’s 100 miles of lift-serviced singletrack.
WHAT TO EXPECT RIDING KEYSTONE BIKE PARK
Keystone's massive trails system is one of the most progressive downhill and freeride biking areas in the US, but cross-country singletrack is not neglected, and beginners are welcome and will find suitable terrain in any of the disciplines, as well as access to Keystone Bike Clinic offerrings.
Whether you’re just getting your feet (wheels) under you, taking advantage of Bike 101 Clinic or you’re participating in the Big Mountain Enduro world-class racing event and tackling the experts-only Drop Zone, Keystone offers a summer filled with on-mountain adventure and accessible challenges that will push you physically.
WHAT'S NEW AT KEYSTONE BIKE PARK
Keystone continues to update it's Skills Park, which offers riders of all abilities an area to warm up and learn and test new skills. Situated at the bottom of Keystone's lift serviced terrain, this area is free and open to the public and does not require a lift ticket.
Keystone says it will continue its dedication to maintaining existing trails and adding new trails with a new bike Trails Crew. This staff will focus solely on on-trail maintenance and building. The bike park has been approved for new trail additions and work will begin in early August, with a planned Summer 2016 debut.
Additional work will continue on existing trails, adding new features and improving flow.
2015 Trail Updates
COWBOY UP Full rebuild to the rock garden completed. Remainder of trail to be done after August. Natural wood log feature added. New berms and jumps added.
MOSQUITO COAST New berms. New rhythm section.
GIRL SCOUTS New Flow trail with rollers and berms, fun for all ages.
2015 KEYSTONE BIKE PARK EVENT HIGHLIGHTS
VIDA MTB Series: June 20-21 (LADIES ONLY!)
Whether you're new to the sport or looking to take your skills to the next level, this ladies-only clinic will have you pushing your limits in a fun and supportive environment. Bike rentals, lodging, spa packages, yoga sessions and gourmet meals are all part of the package. Visit VIDAMTB.com.
Wednesday Women's Bike Clinics: Every Wed. beginning Jun 17
Join us every Wednesday for this ladies-only session. Just $30 for lift ticket, bike and gear rental and coaching.
Blue Ribbon Bacon Tour: June 27-28
Bacon, Bacon and more Bacon. Need we say more? Burn off calories in the morning on the mountain and then indulge guilt-free in the afternoon!
Big Mountain Enduro: July 11-12
The BME courses will challenge riders with rock gardens, drops and high-speed features, along with unique course designs never seen before at Keystone. Throughout the weekend, expect to see at least seven rowdy stages, a non-stop festival taking place in the village and entertainment for the entire family to enjoy. This premier stop will also be part of the North American Enduro Tour. Visit BigMountainEnduro.com.
Bluegrass and Beer Festival: August 1-2
Enjoy a morning in the Bike Park, followed by an afternoon of fun in the Village. Featuring hundreds of cold craft brews, there's no better way to refuel.
BEYOND THE BIKE PARK
Keystone is situated along the extensive Summit County recreational path, providing miles of great road riding, whether you're a family out for a casual ride or training for your next triathlon. The resort offers cruiser bike rentals for in-resort riding, perfect for actively transporting yourself between the resort's two lively Villages. Cross-country trails are abundant in the area, and allow riders to explore Keystone, Breckenridge and beyond.
GETTING TO KEYSTONE BIKE PARK
Keystone is on CO highway 9, about 75 miles west of Denver in Summit County, CO. Take I-70 West and exit 205 at Dillon, or exit at US-6 west (Exit 216) over Loveland Pass (right before Eishenhower Tunnel) for the spectacular scenic route.
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Keystone's massive trails system is one of the most progressive downhill and freeride biking areas in the US, but XC singletrack is not neglected, and beginners are welcome and will find suitable terrain in any of the disciplines. Whether it is your first day mountain biking or you want to terrify yourself run after run, Keystone will deliver.
The infamous Drop Zone, rated one of the best in the country, has progressive terrain for all riders. With rock gardens, drops, and high-speed features there’s never a dull moment on your bike. There are also more than 100 miles of single track for touring.
The Keystone Bike Park consists of some of the country's best downhill trails with progressive terrain for riders of all abilities. Take your bike up a chairlift and gain access to some of Colorado’s most exhilarating expert downhill challenges with rock gardens, rock drops and high-speed features. Beginner and intermediate bikers can enjoy roller coaster rides over bridges and berms without the steepness or rock gardens you’ll find in other areas of the park.
Keystone Bike Park Trails Overview: Keystone offers riders everything from rock gardens, to drops and high-speed features, which means there’s pretty much never a dull moment on your bike at this top rated bike park. From greens to blues to blacks, there is something for riders of all mountain biking abilities. There are also more than 100 miles of single track for touring. Or, for a more relaxing afternoon, take a cruiser ride or road bike along miles of paved bike path.
Keystone, CO – The Keystone Bike Park played host to the third Big Mountain Enduro event and fourth stop of the North American Enduro Tour recently with six intense lift-served, BIG mountain stages on July 12 & 13. It's no secret that Keystone is home to some of the most raw and rugged lift-accessed mountain biking in the US offering riders rock gardens, drops and high-speed features to keep them entertained throughout the weekend's stages.
Keystone Bike Park, CO – We found a post about this great deal at Keystone Bike Park that you might want to check out if you're looking to explore lift-access mountain biking. Women’s Wednesdays at Keystone Resort offers a smokin’ deal for women looking to give lift-accessed riding a try.