Details Announced for Winter Series - Windrock Race League

Sep 20, 2021
by Windrock Bike Park  


Oliver Springs, TN - Windrock Bike Park is committed to providing an opportunity for riders to continue their development throughout the winter season. They are offering five race series dates this winter that will be taking place monthly from October through February. The dates for the series are Oct 17, Nov 21, Dec 12, Jan 2, and Feb 20. Entry is free to season pass holders and for those who purchase a day pass. Racing is open from 12 - 3p and the track will be announced day of. Windrock Race League is open to all skill levels and is a friendly and open format so you can start your season with confidence. At the series finals on February 20th we will crown the King, Queen, Prince, and Princess of The Rock. Check out last years video to see what Windrock Race League is all about!



The trail crew has been doing a lot of work at the park this month resurfacing, crafting, and cleaning up the trails in preparation for the winter season. Check out the vlog episodes on youtube and subscribe to tune in to what it takes to run a bike park in the Southeast.




Windrock Bike Park is located in the Cumberland Mountains of East Tennessee and has been developing riders in the Southeast since 2016. As a part of a seventy-two thousand acre landscape that provides exploration and opportunity for many off-road enthusiasts. Windrock Bike Park is dedicated to developing the youth of American downhill racing. They offer coaching services, bike rentals, and protective equipment to facilitate your weekend of riding. Open 7 days a week, rain or shine. Come and join us!

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10 Comments

  • 6 0
 That is rad. Sounds like a great way to support grassroots.
  • 3 0
 I havent ridden windrock since monkeyfest in 2013 and ive been trying to keep up with the changes and all, looks insane as usual! cant wait to make it down there sometime soon Smile
  • 2 0
 @andypav you won't recognize it. And at the same time, you'lll recognized all of it. There are routes down the mountain for the uninitiated, but it's still got plenty of "what was I thinking?" runs.

So much work & effort goes into the park. It's amazing that they can keep ahead of it. Go ride!
  • 2 0
 Serious question: how do they stay open in winter weather?
  • 2 0
 It can get messy, but usually things stay rideable. Freeze-thaw is the challenge. Our soil is considerably different than out west (assuming on your profile). It's a much denser, heavier clay based soil under a layer of loam usually.
  • 2 0
 @ivebeenfelt: Thanks for the reply. I'm moving to MO so windrock could be a weekend trip for me soon.
  • 1 0
 Beauty of the Southeast my friend, riding is good for all year. Btw, what part of Missouri are you moving into? I just moved back into the state after being in Virginia for a while. I live in St. Joseph MO now.
  • 1 0
 @dafilipino2: Springfield area. I have been there enough to know it gets serious rain and a bit of snow and ice in the winter. I wasn't sure how the trails soak it up as far as how long you have to wait before riding. In most of Southern California, it takes multiple days of rain to leave any standing water and the trails only get messed up if a-holes bomb through right after that. Otherwise weather related no-ride days you can count on one hand. (mostly, not counting the higher mountains and such)
  • 1 0
 Can't wait to go get destroyed by Neko and Dak.
  • 6 0
 @yerfdogtnarg pretend they're not there and trash talk your buddies. "This is the way"

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