Montana's first shuttle park opens July 15, 2021. LBP is located above the west shore of Flathead Lake near Lakeside, Montana and offers a wide variety of gravity trails carved into a private north facing basin of former timberland. The crew and I at Terraflow Trails have been holed up and pounding away 7 days a week for 4 months to get ready for this summer's "soft opening" of the trails and campground. Five main top to bottom routes and 13 named trails offer riding for all abilities, from rollercoaster greens to our flagship double black jump line, Forty, with you guessed it, 40 massive hits.
The goal with LBP was to create a destination catering to mountain bikers with no extraneous BS, just sweet trails with quality shuttle rigs and a backwoods campground that's a great place to relax. 31 campsites, a primitive shelter and two pumptracks complete the package. Future expansion potential is massive, but for version 1.0 we put our efforts into what we do best, carving super flowy dirt lines through the forest with an emphasis on air, long transitions and smooth landings.
Although we've had as many as 8 excavators sculpting at once, in the end we've also scratched in an impressive array of hand built tech lines that plunge through shale features and the mossy duff leftovers from 100 years of logging. A couple trails leave from the true summit above the shuttle drop so there's a quick pedal or push available for those times riders want to stretch their legs.
Anyway, the crew and I hope you come visit. LBP is open Friday to Monday through October 17th this year, weather permitting, and daily passes are the only option this year at $40/day. Camping for one vehicle and up to 4 people is $35/night. Kids 7 and under are free. For more information and to book your shred session check out legacybikepark.com.
This quick edit by @zaneclampett shows a bit of what we have to offer. Thanks to @dakotaraybikes, @gunnywebber and Dave Norris for taking the time to get some shots! Thanks to Marty Beale and the rest of the crew at Mindful Designs for their stoke and vision.Ed. note from Alicia: I had the opportunity to ride Legacy Bike Park about a month ago when it was still under construction, and I can confirm that it's a good time.