2014 Operating Schedule
Saturday & Sunday 10am-3pm*
Saturday & Sunday 3pm-8pm*
*The Rock Bike Park offers two separate sessions on Saturday & Sunday.
Ticket pricing reflects each individual session.
Thurs: $25 | Fri: $30 | Sat & Sun: $35
Thurs: $25 | Fri: $30 | Sat & Sun: $25
$5 off for kids 6-12
*Ticket Price Per Session
Season Pass: Gravity $375 Non-lift: $175
The Rock Bike Park Overview
Check out The Rock Bike Park this summer and enjoy one day FREE with your MTBparks Pass!
The Rock Bike Park in Wisconsin hit the downhill scene last summer when it fired up the chair for its first season of lift-served, gravity-fed mountain biking. Bringing a world-class trail building team like Gravity Logic in to develop and build the trails probably helped contribute to the parks ranking #1 in its inaugural year.
The Rock Bike Park is definitely one of a kind. Midwest gravity junkies can get their lift-access, downhill mountain biking fix on some of the best trails around.
Here's an in-depth look at what's happening at the best bike park in the Midwest.
What type of riders would enjoy riding at The Rock Bike Park?
The Rock Bike Park has something for everyone from the never ever to the hard core gravity rider. With our progressive skills park, riders can master the bike handling skills required to traverse the gravity park. For those looking for the fun of gravity but the up-hill challenge of a xc ride we offer a no lift access pass. The gravity park offers a little something for everyone from green rated jump lines to double black diamond rated flow trails and a wealth of options on our features trails.
Are there other trails that exist beyond the bike park?
From The Rock Bike Park riders can access the Alpha trail which is a public use single track trail that loops out though Whitnall Park and bak to The Rock. Many riders will head out on this trail to change up the ride and get even more riding variety in their day.
What were the highlights for The Rock in 2013?
Partnering with Gravity Logic, the number one Bike Park designer in the world, The Rock Sports Complex opened to become the first gravity bike park in Wisconsin. Gravity Logic and The Rock have designed and built a total of 13 trails and three skills areas, giving trail riders over seven miles of amazing downhill and XC trails to ride.
What new trails/features/amenities will be added for 2014?
With a target opening of June 1, 2014, The Rock's newest component will be a skills park! Our vision is to create an area for newbies to learn the fundamentals and experienced riders to work on their technique. Our Skills Park will have multiple lines that incorporate berm turns, beginner flow trails, balance features, progressive jumpline, pumptrack and much more.
2014 Event Highlights - What "must see" events are happening this summer at The Rock?
The Rock Bike Park's BMX track will be host to a large event June 5th-7th starting with the race for life charity ride on June 5th, the Gold Cup qualifier race June 6th and the state qualifier race June 7th. We also hold a weekly XC MTB Race Series ever Wednesday starting June 4th as well as being host to the WORS Colectivo coffee bean race September 28th.
When is the best time to visit The Rock Bike Park?
Anytime The Rock is open! The trail crew is constantly maintaining trails even after big rains allowing the bike park to continue offering non-stop shredding all summer long.
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The Rock Bike Park has trails ranging from beginner to intermediate to expert. The trails are mostly smooth and flowy with fun features for all level of riders. The park also has an expert downhill race track on the slope with 250 feet of elevation that has been designed with rock drops, rock gardens and jumps, mimicking the downhill courses on the World Cup circuit although on a MUCH SHORTER track. There is enough trail to keep riders entertained, but if you're looking for the gnar, The Rock may not be your first choice.