Redmond Bike Park
A place for local BMX and mountain bike riders, this park has three dirt-jump trails and a pump track that can be ridden by people of all skill levels. Whether you’re just getting your wheels under you or mastering your nac-nac’s, the Bike Park has something for everyone.

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Bike Park Amenities

  • Easy-A: beginner jump line
  • Shredmond: Intermediate jump line
  • A-Line South: advanced jump line
  • Walk it off: skills loop
  • Can’t stop, won’t stop: pump track
  • Outer space: perimeter walking trail
  • Restrooms nearby in Hartman Park
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Be a Trail Builder!

Our community of fantastic Bike Park volunteers maintains the park and designs of its features. Sound like fun? Join the community!

As a Trail Builder, you will develop your jump building and design skills by working alongside our trained Trail Stewards and Parks Staff. Once you have the skills and knowledge, register to be a Trail Steward to lead Work Parties and help make design decisions on future improvements to the park.

Trail Builders – what we’re looking for

  • Attitude – Willingness to follow direction and safety rules as directed by City Staff
  • Experience – Some landscape construction experience is nice, but not required
  • Availability – Hours during work party blocks: 9:00 am to Noon or 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm. You can attend some or all work party blocks
  • What you’ll do – Work with a team of volunteers using hand tools: shovel, rake, hose, etc.

Trail Stewards – what we’re looking for

  • Attitude – Willingness to follow direction and safety rules as directed by City Staff
  • Experience – Have had training in the maintenance practices of the Redmond Bike Park, experience and skill related to landscape construction is a plus, participated in the construction of the park is a plus. Build Crew Leaders are encouraged to sign up.
  • Availability – As needed. Willing to commit to one full year of maintenance.
  • What you’ll do – Conduct routine inspections of the Bike Park, perform maintenance work on the Bike Park as outlined in the Redmond Bike Park Design Guidelines, and report larger maintenance needs to Parks Staff.

Work Parties

Work Parties at the Redmond Bike Park are on select Saturdays. Next work party dates: TBD Spring/Summer 2016. Check here or the Facebook page for details. Click here for more on the parties and what to bring.
  • Youth, adults and families are welcome, as well as service groups
  • Training and tools will be provided at all volunteer events
  • Safety first – Everyone must follow all safety rules while at the construction site.
  • Waiver form – Everyone must submit a Waiver Form signed by an adult. Volunteers under the age of 18 must sign their form AND have it signed by a parent or legal guardian. A signed waiver form will cover all the work done at any Bike Park event through December 31st of the year it is signed; all volunteers must sign new forms after January 1st. Forms will be available at the Bike Park or may be downloaded via the link above.
  • Age limit – All volunteers must be 12 + years old, or must be accompanied by an adult while on site.
  • Expectations – To create and maintain a safe work party, everyone must follow all direction or you will be asked to leave.

What should volunteers bring with them to work parties?

  • Water bottle
  • Food
  • Hat
  • Gloves
  • Long pants
  • Sturdy shoes
  • Sunscreen

Safety Guidelines & Regulations

  • Ride at your own risk. For emergencies, call 911.
  • Wear protective equipment: helmet, elbow pads, knee pads, and gloves.
  • Check out trails and features before you ride.
  • Stay in control at all times.
  • Do not stop in the middle of a trail.
  • Do not ride closed trails or features.
  • All trails, except Outer Space, are for bikes only and are one way.
  • Be good neighbors.
  • Use respectfully and be considerate of neighbors.
  • Maintaining and modifying jumps, features, or trails requires permission from City of Redmond Parks and Recreation Staff. Call 556-2378 for permission.

Bike Park Rules Prohibit

  • Remote control and motorized vehicles
  • Amplified music
  • Damage to jumps, trees, or other park property
  • Use of firearms, explosives, and paint guns
  • Littering
City of Redmond parks are managed by the Parks and Recreation Department. For more information call 425-556-2300. All park rules and regulations are in Chapter 9.32 of the Redmond Municipal Code. 

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Help Us Keep the Park Amazing!

Be part of the community, sign up and be a Trail Builder!

Volunteer

Contact Us

Dave Shaw
Ph. 425-556-2378
dashaw@redmond.gov

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Location & Parking

The park is a one-block ride south of Hartman Park. Parking is available in Hartman Park by the ball fields on 172nd Ave. NE.

Hours

8 am - Dusk