2017 Hours of Operation
• Monday - Friday: Self Shuttle Access All Day
• Saturday - Sunday: Shuttle Service 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
2017 Ticket Prices
• Monday - Friday Self Shuttle Pass: $10
• Saturday - Sunday Shuttle Service Pass: $30 per day / $250 10-day pass
Windrock BIke Park Overview
Windrock Bike Park is known for its raw, natural terrain. For years, it has been a training grounds to professional downhill racers. This year, thanks to pro World Cup racer Neko Mulally, Windrock Bike Park is proud to offer machine built trails and cater to a wider range of ability levels, including the addition of public weekend shuttles.
WHAT'S NEW AT WINDROCK BIKE PARK
For 2017, Windrock has already started working on new machine built blue trails. The park has plans to add an intermediate and expert level downhill jump line at the base of the mountain, as well as expanding to add trails from the "Windmill Drop" which will double the vertical drop.
2017 EVENT HIGHLIGHTS
• Pro GRT Season Opener - March 8-12: The first UCI Mountain Bike race in North America for 2017.
Windrock Bike Park offers riders miles of infamous raw terrain in addition to new segments of machine built flow trails, which allows access to a wider range of ability levels. Windrock Bike Park is powered by shuttle bus uplift—getting riders safely and quickly the top of the mountain. Windrock Bike Park is a "by riders for riders" facility founded by downhill racer, Neko Mulally.
OLIVER SPRINGS, TN – The new Windrock Bike Park will host the kick-off stop of the 2017 USA Cycling Pro GRT Wednesday, March 8 through Sunday, March 12. Opened to the public in 2017 by World Cup racer Neko Mulally, Windrock Bike Park features 2,150 feet of vertical drop on raw technicall terrain.