Mt. Bachelor’s New Downhill MTB Trail Is Open
Redline is an advanced, black diamond jump trail created from a downhill biker’s dream with a variety of features including berms, jumps, rollers, and table tops.
Built by Dirt Mechanics, professional downhill mountain biker Kyle Jameson, and the dedicated Mt. Bachelor Bike Park crew, Redline trail utilizes the natural terrain under Red Chair to create a gravity-fed, adrenaline-pumping ride down the mountain unlike any other lift-served downhill trail in Oregon.
Sage Cattabriga-Alosa and Reed Boggs were among the first to preview the finished trail recently, and gave it their collective stamp of approval as you will see from the following video links, which we encourage you to share their stoke with your followers.
The Mt. Bachelor Bike Park features lift-served access to 13 miles of machine built and singletrack downhill trails for all ability levels. The mountain’s much anticipated signature “Redline” trail, a 1.4-mile flow trail for advanced/expert riders, opens August 10. Weather and conditions permitting, the Mountain Bike Park will operate daily through Labor Day (Sept. 2), then on a limited schedule (Fri/Sat/Sun) through Oct. 6.
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