Keystone, which already pretty much owns the downhill mountain bike market on the Front Range, keeps expanding. Last year it built the Drop Zone – a terrain park-like area on the mountain for downhill bikers – and constructing two new downhill bike trails. This summer marks the biggest investment in Keystone’s downhill bike program with plans to build five new trails with berms, tabletop jumps, rock gardens, ledges and fast singletrack. Plus, Keystone enhance its ASX skills park at the base of the mountain with a new jump line, new teeter totters and other freeride features.
Keystone’s set to open for the mountain bike season June 15 and will debut the “Money” trail, one of the new downhill trails completed at the very end of last summer on opening day. “Money” features 22 tabletops and massive berms.
Think that has the potential to hurt you? This will definitly hurt: summer season passes for mountain bikers is $229 for weekday access (Monday – Friday) and $269 for unlimited access. A daily bike haul ticket is $30 for all-day access and $18 for one ride/run. An all-day kids bike haul ticket is $18 ($9 for one ride/run).