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?
JULY 20, 2015 – The days are already getting shorter, but that doesn't mean there's any shortage of rad stuff happening at bike parks across North America. Here's a look at some races, clinics, competitions and festivals going on at some of our favorite lift-served bike parks across North America. So, if you're still trying to figure out which direction to point 'er in the coming days, hopefully this list provides a bit of insight and inspiration.
WINTER PARK, CO – A large crew of downhill mountain bikers attended a public open house meeting last Monday evening, June 22, to learn about plans for Phase 2 of Trestle Bike Park's proposed expansion. Nearly every seat in the hot and stuffy room of the Balcony House at Winter Park Resort was taken as riders gathered to take part in the discussion and learn what the proposal means for what is one of the most easily accessible—and favorite—bike parks for many riders who live on Colorado's densely populated Front Range.
VALENCIA, CA – The May 2015 issue of decline hits newsstands this week with an exclusive first look at the winners of the MTBparks.com 2014 Best Bike Parks Riders' Choice Awards. The article highlights the top rider-voted bike parks for eight regions across the US and Canada. What is so great about this list? You'll have to pick up a copy at your local bike shop and find out.