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​Mike's Indoor Bike Park has something for everyone. Whether you ride Mountain Bike, BMX, Cruisers, or Cross; you will find amazing lines and a friendly staff! Here are some things to think about before you ride at Mike's Indoor Bike Park:

If you have a question, please ask! Riding indoors can be a lot of fun, but it is always a good idea to ask if you have questions about how the park works, where to ride, or what the rules are for riding at Mike's Indoor Bike Park.

Helmets are required. We recommend that you visit your local bike shop to get a properly sized helmet. If you do not own a helmet, we have some for you to borrow.

Bring your bike. There are a limited number of rental bikes available including Dirt Jumpers, BMX, Mountain Bikes, and Balance Bikes but you will want to call ahead to reserve a rental bike. The best bike to ride at first is your own bike!

Always ride within your ability level. We all like to challenge ourselves, but it is best to keep it safe and gradually increase your skill level. If it looks tough, feel free to walk a section. Spend some time in our beginner and intermediate areas to really build your skills.

Mike's Indoor Bike Park can be a little chilly in the winter and warm in the summer. Make sure you wear appropriate clothes for riding at all times.

Are Skateboards and Scooters allowed at the park? We do allow skateboards and scooters at Mike's Bike Park, just watch out for the faster bike traffic.

Be nice! There are riders of all ability levels at Mike's Indoor Bike Park. Be supportive to everyone and have a great time!
Admission $20 USD

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      • 1300 E 1st St
      • Dayton, OH United States
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