Twin Peaks Bike Park Grand Opening
Festival Details:

Join us for the grand opening of the Niseko Twin Peaks Bike Park We'll have a traditional blessing by the Yamada Shrine's monk, demo bikes from Santa Cruz, guest Japanese pros from Santa Cruz's pro world cup downhill team, other brands with booths, group rides, a party vibe, and an afterparty at Rhythm with DJ.

Demo bikes from Santa Cruz:
Santa Cruz is one of the world's leading mountain bike brands, and they'll be bringing a fleet of their latest and greatest bikes to the Twin Peaks Bike Park for demo rides. This is a great opportunity to try out some of the best bikes on the market.

Guest pros:
We'll be having a few of Santa Cruz Japan's pro riders at the grand opening, so you can get some tips and advice from the pros.
Other brands with booths:
In addition to Santa Cruz, there will be other brands with booths at the grand opening, including Peaty's, Ion and more!
If your brand, or your food truck, would like to participate, please let us know at [email protected].

Group rides:
There will be group rides for all levels of riders. Whether you're a beginner or a pro, there's a ride for you.
Party vibe:
The grand opening will have a friendly party vibe. It's the perfect way to celebrate the opening of the Twin Peaks Bike Park.

Afterparty at Rhythm with DJ:
The afterparty will be held at Rhythm. There will be a DJ, drinks and a chance to mingle with other riders!


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