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Video: Local Riders Sample the Newly Expanded Jackson Hole Bike Park

Jun 16, 2021
by JacksonHoleBikePark  

Words: Jackson Hole Bike Park


Years of planning, days of digging, and hours of test riding by a dedicated trail crew and local athletes have converged to unlock the next phase of the JH Bike Park, expanding up the Sweetwater Gondola. Four new trails of varying difficulty and length introduce a new era of biking at JHMR that any new or seasoned rider can test their skills on. Grab your bike, hitch a ride up 1,276 vertical feet, and experience Sweetwater Unlocked.

Andrew Whiteford on the Deer Jumps double set.

Nick Clark slaps a berm in the JH Bike Park.
Silhouette airs on Deer Jumps.
Nick Clark and Brian Selmer break in the new trails.

bigquotesThe best new downhill trails in Jackson start from the top of the Sweetwater Gondola

Unknown rider takes off at the bottom of Deer Jumps.
The new Deer Jumps tail is primed and ready for air time.

Jackson Hole Trail Crew puts in work getting the trails ready for opening.
Jackson Hole Trail Crew puts in work getting the trails ready for opening.

Jackson Hole Trail Crew puts in work getting the trails ready for opening.
Jackson Hole Trail Crew puts in work getting the trails ready for opening.
JH Trail Crew puts in work getting the trails ready for opening.

All scrubbed up on Deer Jumps.
All scrubbed up on a playful section of Deer Jumps.

Cody Brian and Andrew towing each other in on Deer Jumps.
Brian Selmer in the tree widow air on the new Deer Jumps trail.
Deer Jumps opens multiple tabletop options throughout the trail.

bigquotesSolitoga might be my favorite trail in all of Jackson Hole Photographer: Jay Goodrich

Valley views on the Solitoga Trail.
Flow and valley views on Solitoga.

Brain Cody and Andrew scope the takeoffs and landings.
Nick and Kai on Deer Jumps flow section.

True Grit table air.
Deer Jumps double set.

Nick and Kai during a moment of send.
Nick Clark and Kai Jones get playful while filming Sweetwater Unlocked.

Finding air between the trees on True Grit.
Nick Clark and Kai Jones on the Deer Jumps berms.
Jumps at the lower park to berms above 7,00ft.

Party lap with the crew on True Grit in the JH Bike Park.
All of the new Sweetwater Tails flow into the previous trails to access over 1,200 ft of riding.

BIKE PARK LIFT TICKETS & BIKE RENTALS ARE AVAILABLE IN THE RESORT ONLY.
Bike Park ticket includes access to Sweetwater Gondola and Teewinot Quad.




5 Comments

  • 3 0
 WOW- great video guys! Excellent riding too!
  • 3 0
 Still a long ways to go to match up with Targhee.
  • 1 0
 Hey good stuff! Got to test out these trails before they opened last summer! Brian Selmer and those guys up there are the bomb! Well done! @cunit
  • 2 0
 Lets go Rowdyflow!!!! Gettin' famous!
  • 3 2
 Moondust roost shots are funny. I personally would prefer NOT to ride blown out dust pits.

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