Riding Trestle Bike Park in Winter Park, Colorado

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The Shop


If you’re from far out of town and don’t feel like lugging your bike along with you, leave it at home. Trestle Bike Park has an incredibly well equipped shop with a squadron of full-on downhill bikes including the Yeti 303 RDH, the Specialized Demo 8 II and bikes from Scott, Kona, Cove and Norco. And for those forgetful types, the shop also rents helmets and protective gear.


If you’re looking for more of a cross-country full suspension bike, head across the way to the Epic Singletrack Shop, which features the new Scott Genius – an incredibly versatile 28 pound full-suspension bike capable of running all the trails at Trestle from Green World to Trestle Downhill. There is nothing like riding a bike that can go from 180mm of travel to fully locked out in just two clicks of a button right next to your front shifter.


About the author: Kurt Gensheimer

Kurt Gensheimer thinks the bicycle is man’s most perfect invention. He firmly believes ‘singlespeed’ is a compound word. He sometimes wears a disco ball helmet. He is also known as Genshammer. He is a Gemini and sleeps outside in a hammock.

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