The GoPro Family Cross Is Now Open!

Jun 21, 2016 at 11:14
by WhistlerMountain BikePark  
The hype is real! The GoPro Family Cross is finally ready to ride. You’ve seen it under the chair for weeks; the beautiful ribbon of dirt tempting you to drop in, the perfectly sculpted berms and jumps calling your name...Well, it's finally time to sink your tires in and get your lines dialed.

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This season, GoPro has supported the build which has allowed the Joyride team to enhance the track and build a brand new custom feature for all levels of riding.

The GoPro Family Cross

Speaking of build team, this year’s course was designed by none other than Paddy Kaye. Paddy and his company, Joyride Bike Parks, are world-renowned for their trail building skills and results. If you have ridden the bike park, you have ridden one of Paddy’s trails.

Not only are Paddy and his boys skilled builders, they know how to test their product as well.

The GoPro Family Cross
The final feature of the course is the multi-line hit through the GoPro arches.

The GoPro Family Cross
This hit has lines for everyone. Whether you're just rolling through and learning how to get air...

The GoPro Family Cross
or boosting to the moon and back.

The GoPro Family Cross

The GoPro Family Cross is back! Time to get out there and ride it.

All photos shot 100% on GoPro.

Whistler Mountain Bike Park mountain biking trails

MENTIONS: @WhistlerMountainBikePark / @GoPro


  • 39 0
 Nice to see some beginner/intermediate/expert lines that all skill levels can ride together
  • 10 18
flag Pasivoelkel (Jun 22, 2016 at 0:53) (Below Threshold)
 Seems dangerous dangerous to me. experts always ride with the fear of landing on a beginner on the next jump and beginners get overtook in like every second turn
  • 16 0
 Very nice. Now, what about Crabapple hits!?
  • 121 0
 Soon! Our scientists are still calculating air-time on them to make sure we don't interfere with aircraft.
  • 58 1
 @WhistlerMountainBikePark: And organising a gaggle of lawyers to deal with all the cases.
  • 13 0
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  • 14 0
 Dog bless Whistler!!! I'm going to get there before I die, dogdamnit
  • 1 0
 Do it! I just got back from there last night. Drove up from Portland, OR. The drive isn't bad if you time it right through the major cities (Seattle, WA and Vancouver, BC). You can drive there from SF, just chill one day here or in Seattle!
  • 3 0
 You definitely should. I was there 2014 and want to go back so bad. next year... Every Mountainbiker should've been there at least once in their lifetime.
  • 12 0
 That Cove was rad.
  • 3 0
 Original Gangster
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  • 12 1
 Who was that bastard scrubing on new built berm? Frown
  • 6 0
 Probably the guy who built it but it doesn't set a good example.
  • 3 0
 It's still a lot of fun, but not as good as last year. Less bonus/optional lines.
  • 3 0
 Rode this the past weekend, its a fun little thing to hit instead of doing lower Aline.
  • 2 0
 I hope it is still open when I get up there I can't wait to be in whistler in a few days
  • 2 1
 That thing was loose as shit last Saturday! Pretty bad really. Hopefully it packs down. Better than the man sized braking bumps after the GLC roll though...
  • 2 0
 "Whistler" must built a bikepark in europe!
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  • 3 2
 wasted that tree
  • 1 0
  • 1 0
 Wasn't open today?!
  • 1 3
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