The Keystone Bike Park offers thirty-four trails of progression-focused, lift-serviced, downhill singletrack mountain biking terrain for riders of multiple skill levels. From mellow bridges and berms to rock gardens and rock drops, beginner and expert riders alike can experience the thrill of downhill. For more information, visit
Bike Park Stats
  • 34 Trails
  • Vertical Drop: 2,300 feet
  • Summer 2018 Operations: June 8 – September 16
  • Skills Park – A great area to practice mountain biking skills before heading up the lift to ride the trails. This free area includes two jump lines and one flow line with accessibility for beginner, intermediate and advanced riders. Another area includes rollers, rocks and wooden features made of repurposed materials.
  • Drop Zone – An expert-only terrain park consisting of a series of ridgeline drops transformed into free falls, located off the expert trail Paid-In-Full.
New: Thursday Night Downhill Dash
New for 2018, Keystone will host a fun, free downhill event designed to bring together bike enthusiasts for a friendly, supportive and entertaining ride. The Downhill Dash will be held on differing beginner or intermediate trails throughout the summer and is open to riders of all levels. Races will be timed, giving riders the opportunity to track progress throughout the summer and engage in friendly competition among fellow participants. The Thursday Night Downhill Dash takes place June 14, 28; July 12, 26; and Aug. 9 from 5:30-6:30 p.m.
Keystone Bike Academy
The Keystone Bike Academy caters to riders of all levels with beginner and intermediate clinics, private lessons, downhill guides, women’s programming and a camp designed for kids. Instructors have been trained via International Mountain Bicycling Association standards, providing professional instruction on the proper downhill techniques.
Dirt Camp
The Keystone Bike Academy Dirt Camp is a five-day mountain bike camp designed for kids aged 9-13. Led by professional coaches, this camp will focus on developing the downhill mountain biking skills necessary to tackle terrain found at the Keystone Bike Park. Two sessions offered, June 25-29 and July 16-20, Dirt Camp will provide a fun and social experience where young riders will progressively build upon skills throughout the session.
Women Trail Blazers
The Keystone Women Trail Blazers is a group ride that allows women riders to progress at their own pace in a pressure-free environment. Led by a professional female coach with a focus on bringing the female riding community together, each session includes a bike haul pass, bike rental and protective gear. Women’s Clinics are offered Saturday mornings from 10-11:30 a.m. with the exception of July 7, due to Big Mountain Enduro.
Bike 101 & 201                                                                                       
The most popular of the clinics, both Bike 101 and 201 offer packages designed to fit any rider looking to increase their skillset. Bike 101 is the ideal way to learn how to navigate the mountain on two wheels. Guests will ride away having learned balance, maneuvering and proper mountain biking technique while becoming more familiar with the equipment and downhill mountain biking protocols. Bike 201 will focus on further enhancing riding skills and having riders become more comfortable with navigating sharp corners and riding on loose dirt. Both packages include professional instruction, bike rental, protective gear and a bike haul pass.
Keystone Bike Park Hosts Big Mountain Enduro
The Keystone Bike Park will host the third stop of the 2018 Big Mountain Enduro Series on Saturday, July 7. This one-day event will feature three stages of racing, made up of primarily lift-accessed riding with some pedal transitions. In addition to the race, pre and post-race excitement is available including a kid’s mini-enduro, bike demos and entertainment for the entire family to enjoy.


Russell Carlton

Senior Manager, Communication
Phone: 775.586.4461

Loryn Roberson

Communications Manager
Phone: 970.496.4191
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