Something for Everyone.
With trails progressing from strider friendly pump tracks to jumps that will send you to overhead heights. Bermed trails and flowing rhythms there’s something for everyone at the Truckee Bike Park.
Learn new tricks with confidence! Our new airbag allows riders to hit jumps with fewer consequences and lowers the risk of injury. Open every day from 10am to 6pm until August 21st. Weekends only after that.
Riders must wear a helmet and knee pads.
(1) Hour Session $35
(2) Hour Session $50
Airbag Coaching Sessions are available as well!
Take it to Dirt
Once you get your tricks dialed on the bag, try it out on a dirt landing! The slopestyle lines have complimentary lips to the airbag. The airbag has 2 lips, (one 6ft and one 8ft lips) check out the blue/black line for a 6ft wood to dirt jump, then check out the double black line for a 8ft jump.
CROSS COUNTRY LOOP
Starting just off of the parking lot this 1.5-mile short-track loop around The Park will get any new rider ready for the trails. It is a great place to test cornering and maneuverability with few natural features. At The Park entrance, there is a second start for the single track trail that will put you out on the return path for the flow lines and dual slalom.
BLUE SLOPE LINE
Located just south of the parking lot and The Upper Dirt Jump Zone, the slopestyle line has a fun mix of dirt and wood features. Starting the line off with 5-foot wooden lips and dirt landings in the beginning, to wallride/satellite and overhead drops, and a whaletail, all ending with an up box and finishing with a berm carrying your speed back to the return line to do it all over again.
GREEN SLOPE LINE
Want to throw some wood features into your park experience, but the blue and black line are just a bit much at the moment? The Truckee Bike Park has a slope line that is aimed at providing an experience for all ability levels.
BLACK SLOPE LINE
Home to the only TREE HOUSE STARTING MOUND! Located near the Blue Slope Line, this trail is home to some seriously large wood and dirt features. Each feature is built to send riders to double overhead heights.
…Not for the faint of heart.
Check out this POV footage of the trail and see for yourself!