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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Trail Condition: Dry

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Weekly Trail Crew Work Report: June 17, 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: June 10, 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: June 3, 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: May 27, 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: May 20, 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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Kicking Off the 2019 MBT Trail Fund!

Even though the snow continues to fall this April, we’ve laid out an ambitious summer trail work schedule here in the Tetons. We’ve put volunteer days on the calendar, have purchased new tools and tuned up our existing ones, written grants, secured permits and drawn up plans. It’s gonna be a great 2019 for trails! As one of the only …

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A Report from the 2019 Sustainable Trails Conference

MBT Trail Coordinator Chris Brule – It’s midnight, I pull up to the motel I booked for the next three nights. After witnessing uncomfortable interactions in front of my door, I proceed into my non-smoking room, repulsed by smells of cigarettes, dirty laundry and mildew. Skeptical, to say the least, I quickly found another hotel. Lesson one learned on my …

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Five Bills For Better Mountain Biking Need Your Help!

Congress is working on a package of outdoor recreation bills, many of which the national mountain bike community (People for Bikes, IMBA, etc.) has helped craft and has advocated for throughout this legislative session. It’s time to get these bills across the finish line. Please contact your representatives and tell them time is running out—you demand action for outdoor recreation! …

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MBT 2018 Year-End Report & Goals

Thanks to you all and sincerest thanks for the trust and partnership of the Caribou-Targhee National Forest, the Bridger-Teton National Forest, the City of Driggs, the City of Victor and the Town of Jackson. The trails we ride, build and maintain are administered by these folks and we’re only able to exist and thrive with their cooperation. We’re trying to raise …

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Horseshoe Canyon Trails Seasonal Closure and Survey Results

Horseshoe Canyon Winter Closure From Friday, November 30, 2018 – April 15, 2019, the Horseshoe Canyon Area will be CLOSED to all non-motorized and motorized recreation (this includes horses, bikes, hiking, dirt bikes, skis, etc. while snowmobiles are allowed only on designated routes including the Old Horseshoe Road & Packsaddle Road). For details, check out the USFS official Winter Travel …

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