Victor Bike Park | Mountain Bike the Tetons

Access

The Victor Bike Park is located in Sherman Park, or more accurately just East of the city park.  The most easily accessed from the city center of Victor, Idaho.  From the stoplight, you will travel North on Elm Street approximately 2 and a half blocks.  You can park in the Sherman Park parking, however, there is bike park parking on the dirt road just past Sherman Park.  Directions to the Victor Bike Park

More Info & Updates

The Victor Bike Park is home to a progressive jump line, pump track, and more stunts.  The park is changing all the time with pump tracks, short BMX style jump runs, and other obstacles to learn on. It’s close to the center of town. There is lots of parking and a kids playground next to it with restrooms.

 

Victor Bike Park

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An E-Bike Secretarial Order

On August 29th, US Dept. of Interior Secretary David Bernhardt issued a game-changing order that gave BLM and National Park Service managers 30 days to craft new trail rules that no longer classify e-bikes as motorized and eliminate rules that ban them from nonmotorized trails.  That Order can be viewed HERE. The Order effectively permits e-bikes on any existing non-motorized …

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Weekly Trail Crew Work Report: September 30, 2019

Thank You!! GIANT thanks to our 2019 Local Business Trail Fund Supporters! Thanks for the generous support of all the Individual Trail Fund Supporters who have helped get our trail crew off and running this 2019 season! As always, the outstanding work that these guys are able to do is only possible through your support. Take 2 minutes now and …

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Weekly Trail Crew Work Report: September 23, 2019

Thank You!! GIANT thanks to our 2019 Local Business Trail Fund Supporters! Thanks for the generous support of all the Individual Trail Fund Supporters who have helped get our trail crew off and running this 2019 season! As always, the outstanding work that these guys are able to do is only possible through your support. Take 2 minutes now and …

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Weekly Trail Crew Work Report: September 16, 2019

Thank You!! GIANT thanks to our 2019 Local Business Trail Fund Supporters! Thanks for the generous support of all the Individual Trail Fund Supporters who have helped get our trail crew off and running this 2019 season! As always, the outstanding work that these guys are able to do is only possible through your support. Take 2 minutes now and …

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Weekly Trail Crew Work Report: September 9, 2019

Thank You!! GIANT thanks to our 2019 Local Business Trail Fund Supporters! Thanks for the generous support of all the Individual Trail Fund Supporters who have helped get our trail crew off and running this 2019 season! As always, the outstanding work that these guys are able to do is only possible through your support. Take 2 minutes now and …

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Weekly Trail Crew Work Report: August 26th, 2019

Thank You!! GIANT thanks to our 2019 Local Business Trail Fund Supporters! Thanks for the generous support of all the Individual Trail Fund Supporters who have helped get our trail crew off and running this 2019 season! As always, the outstanding work that these guys are able to do is only possible through your support. Take 2 minutes now and …

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Weekly Trail Crew Work Report: August 19th, 2019

Thank You!! GIANT thanks to our 2019 Local Business Trail Fund Supporters! Thanks for the generous support of all the Individual Trail Fund Supporters who have helped get our trail crew off and running this 2019 season! As always, the outstanding work that these guys are able to do is only possible through your support. Take 2 minutes now and …

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Southern Valley Hazardous Fuels Reduction Project

The Caribou-Targhee National Forest, Teton Basin Ranger District is currently in the planning process for a potential future hazardous fuels reduction project to take place in the next 2-5 years. The project aims to reduce wildland fire risk and severity by preventative measures such as prescribed fire and mechanical treatments. Falling within the NEPA process, the USFS is in the …

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Weekly Trail Crew Work Report: August 12th, 2019

Thank You!! GIANT thanks to our 2019 Local Business Trail Fund Supporters! Thanks for the generous support of all the Individual Trail Fund Supporters who have helped get our trail crew off and running this 2019 season! As always, the outstanding work that these guys are able to do is only possible through your support. Take 2 minutes now and …

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Weekly Trail Crew Work Report: August 5th, 2019

Thank You!! GIANT thanks to our 2019 Local Business Trail Fund Supporters! Thanks for the generous support of all the Individual Trail Fund Supporters who have helped get our trail crew off and running this 2019 season! As always, the outstanding work that these guys are able to do is only possible through your support. Take 2 minutes now and …

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Weekly Trail Crew Work Report: July 29, 2019

Thank You!! GIANT thanks to our 2019 Local Business Trail Fund Supporters! Thanks for the generous support of all the Individual Trail Fund Supporters who have helped get our trail crew off and running this 2019 season! As always, the outstanding work that these guys are able to do is only possible through your support. Take 2 minutes now and …

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Weekly Trail Crew Work Report: July 22, 2019

Thank You!! GIANT thanks to our 2019 Local Business Trail Fund Supporters! Thanks for the generous support of all the Individual Trail Fund Supporters who have helped get our trail crew off and running this 2019 season! As always, the outstanding work that these guys are able to do is only possible through your support. Take 2 minutes now and …

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