WINTER PARK, CO – The 2017 Colorado Freeride Festival returns to Trestle Bike Park July 27 through 30. Slopestyle may steal the show at the festival, but for those who simply want to get to the bottom of the mountain as fast as possible, there's still plenty of racing to feed your gravity fix.
WINTER PARK, CO – The 2017 Colorado Freeride Festival returns to Trestle Bike Park July 27 through 30. Some of the best slopestyle and downhill athletes in the world will be in attendance, but there's still plenty of things to do for younger riders. While almost all the events are entertaining for spectators of all ages, organizers have gone to great lengths to make the festival family friendly with clinics, movies and even races just for kids.
WINTER PARK, CO – The 2017 Colorado Freeride Festival returns to Trestle Bike Park July 27 through 30. The event is a stop on the FMB World Tour, features a full schedule of bike events for all ages, lessons, family activities, bike vendors and of course, races and competitions including downhill, air downhill, super downhill, slopestyle and more.
WINTER PARK, CO – Clayton Peterson is a veteran living with a traumatic brain injury who founded Ride It Out, a bike and moto vlog that creates original content to empower veterans, active duty military and first responders to seek positive outlets for work related stress and PTSD. He's also roadtripping with his MTBparks Pass.
WINTER PARK, CO –Trestle Bike Park has announced it will open three new trails this weekend, the first to officially open under the Phase 2 Backside Expansion announced last year. Upper Boulevard, Spicy Chicken and Dyno Bones will be accessible via the Olympia lift beginning Saturday, September 3, and remain open for the rest of the 2016 season and beyond.
WINTER PARK, CO – The Colorado Freeride Festival returns to Trestle Bike Park July 28 through 31. Billed as "the largest freeride festival in the United States," it promises massive moves on features built just for the event, as well as several races utilizing the trails in and around the bike park. But what would it be like to ride those giant slopestyle features—at night?