Find Your Flow
Bryce Bike Park
Downhill Mountain Bike Park
Online reservations required. Reserve your spot below.
Now OPEN 5 days a week!
With the addition of new downhill trails each year, Bryce Bike Park is dedicated to the growth of mountain biking. From the beginner friendly, Sundowner, to our double black jump line, Hooch, there are trails for every skill level here. This mountain is built for progression. Need a little guidance during your trip? Sign up for a lesson with one of TakeAim Cycling's PMBIA certified instructors or enroll in a multi-day camp. Extend your stay and take your bike into the backcountry on some of our favorite single track routes just outside of Bryce.
2022 Season passes NOW FOR SALE!
What to know before you ride
Please review the release form before arriving.
Your bike must have one form of suspension
You must wear a properly fitted helmet while riding
Full face helmets required on all double black trails
Body armor (knee pads, elbow pads, chest pad)*
Full suspension bikes are highly recommended*
*Can be rented or purchased through the bike shop.
Curious where we ride after the lift closes? We've scoured the backcountry around Bryce and put together a list of our favorite routes in and around Bryce. Pick from gravel, trails, and road biking and download to your favorite GPS device. It’s a great way to discover new spots and virtually race against others.
Summer Race Series
Races are back for the 2022 season! TakeAim Cycling has created an all new Down-Duro Race Series featuring a new course each month. Whether you're new to racing or a seasoned ripper this series is for everyone. Click the link below for dates and registration.
Need a bike?
Don’t own a bike yet? No problem. Our rental shop features state of the art Trek downhill, enduro, and kids bicycles. We also rent all the protective gear necessary with top brands like Troy Lee Designs, Kali Protectives, and FOX, to make it a safe and fun day on the hill.
Bryce Bike Park
Damion Sanders has been a frequent face at Bryce over the years and a major supporter of the bike park. We took some laps and talked about his introduction to the sport, the push for inclusivity within mountain biking, and Damion's new business PushNines.