Eagle Bike Park /
United States

Eagle Bike Park Report Card Eagle Bike Park Report card

Eagle Bike Park is a great resource for the community & a whole lot of fun for every level of rider. There's no DH tech-gnar to speak of, but that's just due to the type of terrain they have. We hope it continues to develop & expand in the future. 

Total acres: 250+
Number of Trails: 20
One-way / multi-use trails: They have both.
Shuttles available: no
Guides available: no
Lessons available: no
Beginner Trails: The trails are very smooth. This is a great place for someone new to the sport.
Intermediate Trails: Feeling Lucky is an awesome intermediate flow/jump trail. There's  also an intermediate (tabletop) dirt-jump line.
Advanced Trails: Stormin Mormon has all the drops one could want.
Technical trails: Hardly a root or rock can be found. And, there's no real steep terrain. 
Dedicated flow/jump trails: Yes, 'flow/jumps' is the name of the game at Eagle. The jumps & berms are well-shaped to carry speed, and there is a good variety of hipped takeoffs, step-downs & step-ups, and sizeable gaps. Sage Fright is the go-to, jump-line for big air gaps and/or the expert dirt-jump rhythm section near the pumptrack.
Dedicated DH trails: None to speak of.
Trail Conditions / maintenance: Very good, but do become silty if there hasn't been any rain in a while.
Skills area: They have a BMX, pumptrack, and dirt jumps. They once had a wooden feature skills area with skinnies and a progressive drop zone. We hope to see it rebuilt. If it were to be rebuilt, Eagle would have a higher rating in this category.
Trail signposting: Very good, no issues.
Day Pass Required: Free!  No
Ease of parking: Park and ride. Lots of spaces. Close to the trails. 
Washroom Facilities: The onlybathroom is next to the ball court. It would be great to have another bathroom near the BMX track too!  Yes
Local Bike Shop & rentals: Reed Cycles in downtown Eagle, ID. Yes
Lunch options: Lots of options that require a short drive.  Many
Camping/RV park (yes/no): Not even a mile away is a RV/Camping area. Yes
Family-friendly: Ball court, skate park, BMX track, XC, Jumps, Pumptrack, Dog walkers, etc...
Area Accommodation: We camp in our rig...so not sure. N/A
Area Restaurants: We eat at the local co-op.  drive
Area Nightlife: I'm sure there is, but we were too warn out to think about going out. N/A
Other area activities: You will be close to Boise, tons to do.  
Random: Eagle is high desert, so they have a long season. Good-times!


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