I-5 Colonnade

I-5 Colonnade /
United States


The I-5 Colonnade bike park opened December 2005 as the first large urban bike park.  Built under the I-5 freeway in Seattle by the Evergreen Mountain Bike Alliance (responsible for Duthie Park also), it has grown and grown to feature multiple trails for all skills, as well as a pump track, dirt jumps and trials zone. The Tqualu Trail is for beginners, or those wanting an easier ride out, and features a rock chute, a ladder bridge, plus log rolls and skinnies.  The Limestone loop caters for the intermediate rider and is a 1/2 mile x-country loop of tight switchbacks, plenty of wooden stuff like bridges, log rides, as well as steeper rock chutes and step ups and even a long roller-coaster bridge ride.  The advanced, or Freeride, area steps it up further with flowy trails with berms, jumps and wall rides.


Opening Times

Year round, but is slippy in areas after rain.

Contact Info

at the intersection of:

Franklin Ave E and E Blaine St

in Seattle, Wa 98102