$249 Loam Pass Includes Access to 30+ US Bike Parks

The Loam Pass gives mountain bikers access to 30 bike parks (and counting) around the US for one low price.
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Rock Creek bike park. File photo: Jeff Barber

If you’ve ever considered going on a summer bike park tour, this is your ticket. The Loam Pass, on sale for $249 right now, gives riders access to two days of riding at each of 30 participating US bike parks.

“With so many iconic biking locations, from Bend to Bentonville to Kingdom Trails, we wanted to include them all in one pass,” said Rob Brown, co-founder of Loam Pass, in a release. “In the past, I’ve purchased hundreds of day passes and thought, ‘Why not have an affordable pass for all these destinations, just like the ski industry?'”

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Loam Pass has partnered with many smaller, independent parks around the country, including many Singletracks has profiled over the past several years. In the southeast there’s Ride Kanuga (NC), Jarrod’s Place (GA), Station Mountain (TX), and RideBHM (AL). In the midwest, Shepherd Mountain (MO) and Marquette Mountain Resort (MI) will take the Loam Pass. Out West, riders can visit Soldier Mountain (ID) or access a shuttle from Cog Wild (OR), Trans Cascadia Excursions (OR) and Shuttle Taos (NM). A full list of partners, along with any individual restrictions, is available online.

Riders present the non-transferrable Loam Pass using a smartphone or physical card (available for an additional charge). Some parks may require reservations ahead of time. After March 1, and as more destinations are added, the pass price is set to rise.

For more info and to purchase a pass visit loampass.com.