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The crew of Flowline Trail Design, in partnership with the Town of Frisco, Colorado, is proud to announce the Frisco Bike Park Grand Opening next Saturday, September 24th 2011. This project has been a few years in the making, and thanks to the hard work and dedicated efforts of those involved, this dynamic vision has been brought to life. On a site that was recently clear-cut due to pine beetle infestation, a transformation has taken place. That previously disturbed slope has been carefully crafted into a progressive and sustainable bike park facility, catering to any type of rider, beginner or advanced, bmx or mtb.

Frisco Bike Park offers something for everyone. From the top start zone, riders can choose between intermediate and advanced jump trails, or a beginner flow trail. Each of these trails descends into the base area. This lower area features a dedicated dirt jump zone, created with a multitude of line options for all levels of rider. A large pump track is also nestled into the base area, and again, the rider’s creativity here is the only limitation.

Phase one of the park, which opened on July 4th, featured the upper trails in the park, and has been well received by the local riders. We're stoked to open up the rest on the 24th and finally get riders down in it! Please show Frisco your support next Saturday as we kick things off. The bike park will be free and open to the public all day, with a ribbon cutting at 10 a.m., followed by pump track races, jump jams and to cap it all off, some live rock-reggae in the evening. Come on out and bring your friends for a fun-fueled day of riding trails, boosting jumps, enjoying a cold beverage and grooving to some live music.

For more info on the park, visit:
friscopeninsulabikepark.com

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