As an extension to the 300+ miles of single track offered here in Central Oregon, The Mt. Bachelor Bike Park offers lift served access to an additional 13 miles of downhill oriented trails. Our beginner lift, Sunshine Accelerator serves as a great introduction to the bike park for all ability levels. From there, riders can progress to Pine Marten Express where a combination of machine built and single track trails provide a thrill for any adventurous spirit - from intermediate runs to advance double black diamond trails.
We have a fleet of Santa Cruz rental bikes featuring downhill and enduro bikes in a variety of sizes (including kids bikes).
Gravity Bike Camps, specifically for kids and teens, will be offered in July and August. These week-long summer kids camps are now available for booking. Sign up before the space fills.
Gravity Sports is stocked with helmets, gloves, jerseys, shorts and pads, stop by inside Mountain Gateway where these items are available for sale. Our friendly sales team can help get you outfitted to ensure that your day on the trails is comfortable, safe and fun!
Once on the mountain, if your bike needs service or repair, stop by the Repair Shop located on the upper level of the Mountain Gateway building near the lift loading base. Our professional staff can service your bike or repair it if something goes wrong. For the "do-it-yourself" types, parts will also be available for purchase.
ALL MOUNTAIN BIKE PARK PASS
SUNSHINE BIKE PARK PASS
THE TRIPLE TICKET
BIKE PARK RULES AND SAFETY INFORMATION
The following items are required in order to ride a bike in Mt. Bachelor's Downhill Bike Park:
- Chairlift ticket
- Closed-toe shoes
- A bike with functioning front and rear brakes
The following items are strongly recommended when riding in Mt. Bachelor's Downhill Bike Park:
- A bike with full suspension (at least 5" of travel)
- A bike with disc brakes
- Full-face helmet
- Armor/padding and gloves
Mt. Bachelor is not responsible for damaged equipment; use this terrain at your own risk.
Know and follow the code, it is your responsibility. Below are the top three ways to staying safe in the Bike Park. The full Responsibility Code can be found HERE .
- Stay in Control
- Know Your Limits
- Protect Yourself