Missouri’s Best Kept Mountain Biking Secret – Two Rivers Bike Park
Not many people know about Two Rivers Bike Park, but let me tell you: It is incredible! This past weekend, Bob, Adam, and I met up with Travis for his 30th birthday party. We decided to ride at Two Rivers Bike Park before the party.
None of us were too motivated to ride, but we decided to go anyway. And we are all glad we did. Even with a few inches of snow on the ground, we had a ridiculous amount of fun.
Rather than bore you with words, I’ll simply show this video. Just know that photos and videos never show how truly awesome this stuff is. Here you go:
Big thanks to Trailspring for building such an amazing park. There’s some great single track, a skills course, a pump track, a downhill course, a slopestyle course, and a cool spot to hang out between runs where you can chill by a fire or have a snack or just relax and recover. We didn’t even ride it all since we had a party to get to, and we still absolutely loved it! There is absolutely no fee (which is unbelievable), although they accept donations in a lock box. If you’ve never been there, do yourself a favor and go as soon as you get a chance.
Another big thanks to Travis and his lovely wife, Crystal, for inviting us and making us feel welcome. We had a blast at the party, and some of us may have had too much fun (ahem… me). We really enjoyed getting to meet some of Travis’s friends and family.
Posted on February 10, 2014, in Epicnicity---yeah it's a word, Group Rides, Kage Didn't Get to Go, Travis Hammons, Two Rivers Bike Park and tagged downhill course, mountain biking, slopestyle course, Snow Biking, Trailspring, two rivers bike park. Bookmark the permalink. 6 Comments.