The Lumberyard is the only indoor bike park on the west coast and boasts 70,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor riding areas. Features include jump lines, pump tracks, skill sections, and technical trail riding for beginners to experts. The Lumberyard Bike Park is divided up into a number of different lines and sections, with fun features designed to challenge all levels and disciplines of riders.
Most first time visitors start on the green line, a beginner to intermediate pump/jump course and the most popular section of the park. In addition to the pump/jump line, there is a technical balance trail as well as a mini-ramp. Here’s a great video ride-through by Levi Weert.
The Orange Line, AKA the pump track, is accessible from the start of the Green Line.
The Brown Line is our technical trail line. It features a bit of everything, from rollers, tables
Note: We’re often changing up the layout of the park, and the Brown Line has recently been revamped, so much of it has evolved since this video.
Part jump line, part BMX park, the Blue Line is most popular with our intermediate to advanced riders. Filled with table tops, step up and step down jumps, spine ramps, bermed turns, and a vert wall, the Blue Line is filled with endless options and interpretations. Because of the difficulty level, we ask riders wait until mastering the Green Line before moving on to the Blue.
Hidden in our basement, the Bunker is our street course (it’s also scooter friendly) perfect for practicing BMX and grinds.
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