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Our friends from the Dirt Corps have partnered with the City of Snoqualmie to build a mountain bike skills park for kids.

The mountain bike park is part of Fisher Creek Park, a city park that has a playground, basketball courts, fields, restrooms and a wooded area. The bike skills park is located on the upper lot and is designed for all ages to learn the fun skill of riding bicycles on all terrains. Pads are recommended and helmets are required.

Phase 1 contains dirt rollers in an open area that are great for kids. It can be ridden as a line with small jumps, or looped as a pump track.

Phase 2 contains wood ladders through a nice wooded sections that is slightly down hill.

The Dirt Corps has created this park as a place for kids. They are planning that this will create support for mountain bike parks in their community, with more advanced parks to follow as the groms turn into rippers.

Advocacy Info

Dirt Corps is a group of riders dedicated to building freeride facilities and helping get kids into the sport. Evergreen supported Dirt Corps by assisting with technical information and providing our insurance coverage.

Dirt Corps worked with the Mayor, City Council and residents of Snoqualmie to provide facilities for kids in their community.
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      • Fisher Creek Park
      • Snoqualmie, WA United States
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      Riding at Fisher Creek
      Riding at Fisher Creek
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      Jun 16, 2021
      Mountain biking down an intermediate trail in Snoqualmie. Super fun.


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