Community Bike Park
In early 2014, Incline Bike Project (IBP) was formed by an enthusiastic and interested group of Incline Village/Crystal Bay residents, in partnership with the Incline Tahoe Foundation (ITF), a 501(c)3 entity to facilitate fundraising to design and construct a community bike park.
Bike parks, or pump tracks are becoming increasingly popular. It is a park with a continuous loop of dirt berms and “rollers” (smooth dirt mounds) that you ride without pedaling. The origins are rooted from the hardpack BMX trails of the 1970/1980s. In the early 2000s, a group of Australian downhill racers designed and developed the first pump track. A pump track builds confidence, strength, balance, and bike handling skills – not to mention it provides great social benefits. They are safe and fun to ride for all ages and skill levels.
Opening subject to weather conditions. Please check our Facebook page for the current conditions.