Length: 20 mi (32.2 km)
Elevation: +234/ -254 ft
Total: 41 riders
Mountain Biking Ada/Eagle Bike Park
#82 of 316 mountain bike trails in Idaho
There is a network of cross-country trails around the cycling park: Flow Trail, Stormin Mormon, Shake n' Bake, Hell Mary, Veteran's Trail, Big Springs Loop, Rabbits Run, D's Chaos, Twisted Sister, and Junk Yard. The singletracks is new but sandy and needs to be worn in. Also at the park are: Four Cross Course, Dual Slalom, Gravity Lines, Jump Park, Pump Track, Skate Park, and Velodrome. Great Venue with a variety of riding for all.
First added by dauw on Sep 14, 2008. Last updated Nov 12, 2020. → add an update
Before you go
- Drinking water: yes
- Lift service: no
- Night riding: yes
- Pump track: yes
- Restrooms: yes
- Fat bike grooming: no
- E-bikes allowed: yes
- Fee required: no
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Take W. State Street (Idaho HWY 44) west from downtown Boise or east from Eagle to N. Horseshoe Bend Road. Take N. Horseshoe Bend Rd. north for about 2 miles. The park will be on your right. You can't miss it.
The Eagle Bike Park has come a long way since first being built. There have been several improvements the last two-three years... There's trails for all levels of riders, including kids. There's a nice pump track, a BMX track, and several downhill only trails. The downhill only trails are a good mix of intermediate and black diamond providing riders with a diverse choice of trails. From the parking lot, it's about a 200 foot climb to the very top and along the way there are several options to break off and do some downhill only trails or XC riding. There are some short loops you can also ride near the park that will bring you back to the parking lot if you choose. It's a great place to ride!Thank |
As of 2012 the XC trails are doing well but the jump lines, pump track, wood features and DH stuff are underfunded and undermanned. Lot of on trail trash and dangerous conditions. Wood features are falling apart Volunteer group is not performing. City of Eagle has no more money. Sad state of affairs.* Review edited 8/20/2012
As of 8/28/12 the City of Eagle has decided to take down all the wood structures do to lack of maintenance by volunteer group and extremely dangerous broken wood.
9/6/12 All the wood structures are down and we are told the City of Eagle will do something new and great. BAMBA has failed in their promise to maintain the features at the park. * Review edited 8/29/2012* Review edited 9/6/2012Thank |