It’s a Scene
Another thing that I discovered is that Ray’s is a scene – a place to hang out with your buddies and socialize, as well as ride. Sessioning and hanging out is something that I think the dirt jump crowd is good at. But at Ray’s it’s also a chance for the cross country rider or the sport level rider to hang out and have fun. Chit chat with the guy next to you or maybe follow them around for a loop or two. Ray has provided a safe environment for kids, teens and even adults to spend their free time doing something they love. As a parent, I would have no problems dropping my junior high or high school aged kids off here for the afternoon.
Here, Ray hangs loose with Pro Rider Heather Irminger:
By popular request, here is another video that gives an overview of the different areas within Ray’s:
Conclusion? Ray’s Rocks!
Mtbr definitely gives Ray’s five flaming chili peppers for creating a huge indoor park dedicated to mountain bikers where we can have fun, learn, and improve. Or just hang out, too!
Thanks so much for the invite and hospitality, Ray. We look forward to the next Grand Opening!
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