Trestle Bike Park 2011 Ride Season
Ticket prices, event schedule, hill statistics, and other information for the upcoming season.
Trestle Bike Park features a whopping 37 miles of downhill trails and over 200 features, with trails professionally-designed by Gravity Logic to cater to riders of all skill levels. The park also claims to have the largest rental and high-end demo fleet in the United States, and more days made available for riding during the summer compared to any other park in Colorado.
In attempt to get more people riding and having fun the park offers a great beginner experience with its Trestle 101 lesson program, and camps geared specifically for women and youth.
This season, Tressle bike park will be offering three (instead of two, like last year) lifts: Zephyr Express, Eskimo, and the Gemini Lift (operating Friday through Sunday).
Also new for this season, is the Trestle All-Mountain Enduro Race. The race is inspired by the European-style enduro events in so that it will involve multiple stages that take place on mostly downhill, technical and physically demanding terrain. This three day event, to be held August 19-21, 2011, will feature five stages. The stages’ time will ranging from 10-40 minutes and be held in an individual time trial format. There is also a hefty prize purse with a minimum $10,000 cash purse for Pro categories.
Season pass prices for the Trestle Bike Park 2011 Ride Season have been set at $249 for adults and $129 for children (6-12 yrs). Tickets are now on sale. Visit www.trestlebikepark.com for details.
Trestle Bike Park Stats
Open: June 11 – September 25 – 7 days a week, NEW! Now 7 days per week in September 2011
Trestle Bike Park Base Elevation – 9,000 feet (2,743 meters)
Vertical Elevation – 1,810 feet (552 meters)
Trestle Bike Park Trails – 37 miles
Trestle Bike Park Features – over 200
Fraser Valley Trails – over 600 miles
Average Daytime Temperature – 75 degrees
Average Nighttime Temperature – 45 degrees
Average Days of Sunshine – 300 days