Skykomish, WA – The new trail at Stevens Pass Bike Park is now open and ready for lap after lap of tireless fun. The trail has been named P.B.R. (Powered By Rudolph), in honor of the late Chris Rudolph, a member of the Stevens Pass family.
According to Stevens Pass staff, Chris would have loved the new trail, and it’s easy to see why. There are some big berms to rail, some jumps to get some air on, and is just a great time the whole way down.
The Stevens Pass trail crew has been busy working to get P.B.R. open. The trail officially opened last weekend, but was close to just half complete with the remaining section being finished to “rough trail” condition. Despite being incomplete, the trail received some great reviews from riders in it’s first weekend.
There are probably countless number of man-hours put into this trail, and from the looks of it a lot of those hours were spent moving rocks to build the big features. The trail crew plans to keep adding features and working towards completion. In the meantime, P.B.R. will remain open for riders to enjoy.
Watch the video of trail footage below, then head out to Stevens Pass Bike Park for the weekend to ride P.B.R. and attend their first Turn ‘n Berm Bike Festival. And just for the ladies, Jill Kintner will be hosting another Women’s Gravity Clinic this weekend. You can find the details for the Festival here and the Women's Gravity Clinic here.
Photos: Stevens Pass Bike Park