SLINGER, WI – Little Switzerland Bike Park has recently completed its acquisition of the now defunct The Rock Bike Park, and will take over operations for the future. There is no word on the details of the transaction, but The Rock was put up for sale for only $1 back in 2015. While there is no official word on how the new owners will proceed with operations at the Franklin, WI, location, several wooden features have been relocated to Little Switzerland in Slinger.
SLINGER, WI – With the first of its Sunday sessions on May 21 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Wisconsin's Little Switzerland Bike Park is kicking off the 2017 season. Even with limited opening dates throughout the summer, the rider-built and operated park returns as the reigning Best of the Midwest.
SLINGER, WI – Little Switzerland Bike Park has announced its 2017 operating schedule. This freeride haven of the midwest is only open select Sundays throughout the summer, so be sure to double check dates before planning your trip, but this hidden gem is certainly worth checking out if you're in the Wisconsin area.
SLINGER, WI — While it may be winter in some parts of the country, the mid-west has been experiencing an unusually warm weather pattern over the course of the last few weeks. But instead of shutting down operations due to lack of snow, the crew at Little Switzerland Bike Park in Wisconsin have announced plans to open for downhill mountain biking this weekend.
FRANKLIN, WI – Mike Zimmerman is a business man. He's made millions through starting, growing and selling health-care consulting firms. He knows how to make a buck and learned the value of crunching numbers early on. At just 17, he took a junior consultant role with his father's company, traveling to hospitals, performing accounting audits and figuring how to make them more profitable. He's doubled his own investments many times over.
FRANKLIN, WI – The Rock Sports Complex announced today via its Facebook page that it will no longer offer lift served downhill mountain biking. The sports complex wrote, "The current business model doesn't support itself, nor does it offer the surrounding MTB community an option that best reflects the type of ridership in the Metro Milwaukee area."