At over 250 acres, Eagle Bike Park is one of the largest around. Located in the town of Eagle, Idaho, a suburb of Boise, the park is packed with technical features and regular trails, the most prominent of which is the Stormin' Mormon freeride line, measuring in at 8/10 of a mile long with about 30 table top jumps and three drops.
Other bike park features include three freeride jump lines ranging from beginner to expert, a pump track, beginner and intermediate dirt jumps, dual slalom race course, mountain cross race course, a skills park with three lines of wooden features (again, ranging from beginner to expert) a downhill race course, a BMX track, short track cross country race course, cyclocross race course, and seven miles of cross country trails. Those XC trails also connect to other singletrack trails in the area, as well as the local bike paths, to provide excellent connectivity between all biking opportunities in Eagle.
It has a bunch of other trails, ranging from beginner to expert, any ages can ride here.
Great place to learn new skills and polish up old ones. The beginner jump track plus pump tracks are great places to work on skills as well as the trails of all difficulties that encompass everything you could want from a bike park. Loads of fun.Thank |
This is a great complex combining all difficulties, along with 'Beginner Jump Lines" and Pro Jump Lines. It has a BMX track at the front, and if you keep on going, it has a 'Terrain Skills Area'. It's a great place to take your kids. My favorite loop there is a beginner loop going from one trailhead to another. I am therefore rating it off of that trail. (Beginner / Intermediate)Thank |
EBP is good, but not Idaho's best. It's really just a close in place to ride with all kinds of terrain. No long rides though. I don't know anyone who would say that it's Idaho's best. Sun Valley has some great trails. There are epic rides in the Stanley area. Moscow has amazing rides on "Moscow Mountain."Thank |
You gotta be kidding me. Not only are the directions to the wrong park but this is the city of trees and there's not a tree in sight here. Not that it's a complete waste of time but no way should this be #1 in Idaho.Thank |
My home town parkThank |
My sons and I go to EBP once a week, nearly all year. The difficulty rating is advanced to easy. This is a widely varied and excellent series of trails, freeride practice areas, and BMX racing tracks. It can't be beat for training or family funThank |
First time out there today. Lots of parking and obstacles. Good for beginner and up. Doable climbs and a lot of fun downhill! Best of all it wasn't crowded at all. The skills obstacles have been torn down due to lack of maintainence however the drops on storin Mormon are still up as well as at least one other trial. Highly recommend!Thank |