Welcome To The Lumberyard Bike Park!

The Lumberyard is the only indoor bike park on the west coast, with 70,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor riding areas. Features includes jump lines, pump tracks, skill sections and technical trail riding for beginners to experts. We are excited to offer year-round programming for all ages and abilities, including after school programs and weekly summer camps for kids, private instruction and an assortment skill-building clinics for adults.

Events & Birthday Parties

Do you have an event or birthday coming up? The folks at The Lumberyard would love to help you make it the greatest birthday or event ever! We’ve got the space and the riding to make your next birthday or event spectacular. Head over to the Birthday and Event page to learn about our facility and how we can help you make your next birthday or group event fantastic!

Upcoming Events at The Lumberyard!

Check out our Facebook page for the latest!

First Time Visitors

If you’re visiting the Lumberyard Indoor Bike Park for the first time, please head to our First Time Visitor’s page to get the basics on riding at the Lumberyard Indoor Bike Park. We’ve got all the information on the Lumberyard Bike Park listed on the First Time Visitors including a bike check and information on our waiver.


Everyone who comes to ride at the Lumberyard must have a signed digital waiver on file. Those under 18 must have a parent or legal guardian sign the digital Waiver before riding. This can easily be done onsite or online.

Go to our Waiver page to read the rules and sign the waiver online.

Hours of Operation

(Winter Hours effective 9/5/17):

Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday:

2 pm – 10 pm

Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday

9 am – 10 pm

Sign up soon for our After School Program!

Choose one weekday for 10 separate weekly sessions! Sign up early to get your preferred spot!

Hot Shots Video

Here’s our After School Shred Academy Hot Shots Video. The kids in this 10 week class learn some amazing bike skills as well as participate in a video shoot to show off their riding skills to everybody.