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      Legacy Bike Park is a new bike park located SW of the community of Lakeside, Montana. It officially opened on July 15, 2021. This is a shuttled bike park and the $45 ticket gets you unlimited shuttle rides from bottom to top between the hours of 12-7pm on Friday and 10-5 on Saturday and Sunday. The park is occasionally open for special events on Monday. Please go directly to the website for current information and shuttle tickets at Legacybikepark.com.

      The area is gated and you will need a combo to open it and that combo will be included in an email after you purchase your ticket. Please help us keep the neighborhood happy by staying on the access road, driving 10 mph and being kind to other drivers.

      The park hosts trainings, a couple of pump tracks, live music, bike competitions, and even weddings (usually two-wheeled weddings). There is an air bag under construction as well as a skills area that runs from green to double black in difficulty.

      Camping is available for only $25 a night.

      From the LBC website:
      "From new riders to seasoned pros, Legacy Bike Park offers shuttle lap downhill bike trails designed to maximize both enjoyment and progression. While technical and enduro sections can be found, the soul of the place is grounded in flow. With a growing network of downhill trails and plenty more land set aside for basecamp, pump track, camp sites, and more ideas yet to come – a legendary Montana bike park is at its infancy."

      Trails types and names are as follows (from the LBC website):

      Ascender - Need to stretch your legs? This scenic climbing trail begins at the shuttle drop and climbs to the true rocky summit. Catch your breath and choose from Dirt Herder or Upper Borderline.

      Dirt Herder - This superhighway of machine built singletrack is fast, fun and flowy Best views in the bike park. Accessed via Ascender.

      Upper Borderline - Technical singletrack in the truest sense, this hand built gem follows the property line down a rocky ridge to the intersection of Lower Borderline, Drift Missile and Radish. Accessed via Ascender.

      Lower Borderline - Steep, fall-line hand built gnar. Rejoins Drift Missile at the bottom.

      Drift Missile - Mossy, loamy handbuilt singletrack on top, this trail gradually morphs into machine built flow followed by fast, raw singletrack. Accessed via Connector or Upper Borderline.

      Onyx - If you enjoyed Indigo, keep the show rolling on Onyx. This machine built trail keeps the airtime going with progressively larger jumps and G-out berms all the way down. Can you say sick?

      Bluetiful - Feeling frazzled after Indigo? Hop on this machine built flow and work your way up on the family friendly jumps and berms. This trail makes everybody smile!

      Forty - Legacy's flagship double black jump trail rewards full commitment. Lefts, Rights, Step Downs, Step Ups and massive Tables all the way down - leave your brakes alone and send it! Rolling inspection suggested.

      RADish - New to bike parks? Find your inner flow on this machine built roller coaster of a ride. Mellow berms and killer views reward all who ride the Radish. Leads to the mid mountain base area where cold drinks await.

      Connector - Just as it sounds, this mellow singletrack connects the shuttle drop to Radish, Drift Missile and Lower Borderline.

      Copycat - Rip this braided tech trail with a buddy! Connects Onyx to Radish. Two options now - left and right track!
      Primary Trail Type: All-Mountain & Downhill
      Shuttleable: YES
      Land Status: Private Property
      Lower Parking Lot google parking directions
      Access Info:
      The entrance to LBP is 2 miles south of Lakeside, Montana (and the first right after mile marker 96 going south). Travel apx. 3 miles up Blacktail Heights Road (gravel) to access the riding area.

      A link to a map of the area can be found here: https://legacybikepark.com/pages/faq
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      Region Status
      Open as of May 15, 2024

      Stats

      Avg Trail Rating
      Global Ranking
      #1,854
      State Ranking
      #994
      Trails (view details)
      29
      Trails Mountain Bike
      29
      Trails E-Bike
      1
      Trails Hike
      1
      Trails Trail Running
      1
      Trails Dirtbike/Moto
      1
      Trails ATV/ORV/OHV
      1
      Total Distance
      17 miles
      Total Descent Distance
      11 miles
      Total Descent
      5,885 ft
      Total Vertical
      1,119 ft
      Highest Trailhead
      4,247 ft
      Reports
      56
      Photos
      41
      Ridden Counter
      4,558

      Outside Logo Articles

      Video: Remy Metailler & Pro Skier Ride Legacy Bike Park
      Sep 22, 2023 from pinkbike.com
      There's more going on in Montana than Amazon Prime's 'Yellowstone'.
      A Legacy of Singletrack: Montana’s first shuttle bike park opens this summer
      Jul 14, 2021 from betamtb.com
      The first-ever shuttle bike park is opening on private land in Montana at Legacy Bike Park near Whitefish.

      Photos of Legacy Bike Park Mountain Bike

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      Videos of Legacy Bike Park Mountain Bike

      Lil pile up
      trail: Onyx
      132 | Sep 18, 2022
      CONTINUUM
      5475 | Aug 16, 2021
      Swamp Donkey - Legacy Bike Park - Lakeside, MT
      0:58 | 76 | Aug 26, 2023 , Lakeside
      Slash & Burn - Legacy Bike Park - Lakeside, MT
      1:57 | 118 | Aug 26, 2023 , Lakeside
      Daisy - Legacy Bike Park - Lakeside, MT
      trail: Daisy
      1:58 | 83 | Aug 26, 2023 , Lakeside
      Yogo - Legacy Bike Park - Lakeside, MT
      trail: Yogo
      1:17 | 97 | Aug 26, 2023 , Lakeside
      RADish
      trail: RADish
      8:45 | 127 | Jul 13, 2022 , Lakeside
      RADish
      trail: RADish
      8:45 | 178 | Jul 13, 2022 , Lakeside

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      Recent Comments

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      blandrewtrailDirt HerderThis is exactly what a blue flow trail should...
      Jul 27, 2023 @ 7:25pm
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      WhitefishRidingtrailDirt HerderSo I finally revisited this trail after not...
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      WhitefishRidingtrailRADishThis trail rides soooo well for riders of all...
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      eFJh2cYYtrailOnyxan awesome first stretch coming out of the...
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      eFJh2cYYtrailRADishnot only does it allow to access some gnarlier...
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      Activity Type Stats

      activitytypetrailsdistancedescentdescent distancetotal verticalratingglobal rankstate rankphotosreportsroutesridelogs
      Mountain Bike2917 miles5,886 ft11 miles1,119 ft
      #1,854#9944156759
      E-Bike11,929 ft135 ft1,837 ft135 ft
      3613
      Hike13 miles295 ft1 mile522 ft
      40
      Trail Running13 miles295 ft1 mile522 ft
      40
      Dirtbike/Moto13 miles295 ft1 mile522 ft
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      ATV/ORV/OHV13 miles295 ft1 mile522 ft
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