Avg: 5 (14 votes)
This is the newest 2018 addition to the city, an amazing bike park. Tons of features, jump lines, practice areas.
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      St. George MTB
      St. George MTB
      11:58 | 319 | comments: 0 | favs:
      Jun 5, 2019

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      • + 2
       My favorite bike park that I have been to in the southern Utah area. Its got 4 sections. A slopestyle course, a jump line, a HUGE pump track, and a skills/dropoffs trail. The pump track is so smooth. It's so easy to get a ton of speed if you know how to pump your bike correctly. The skills and dropoffs area is fun, it's by far the easiest part of the whole park. The slopestyle course is amazingly built. There are lots of wooden features including wooden takeoffs, wallrides, and a big wooden step up. I do have a problem with the jump line however. The last three harder jump lines are fine, but the first and easiest jump line -I can't even do. It starts off with a few tabletop style jumps but then you have to maneuver your way around 2 berms which take away ALL of your speed, the last two jumps are then turned into a big let down. Overall its a great park and lots of people go here to shred. 7.9/10

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