Windrock Bike Park

912 Windrock Rd, Oliver Springs, TN 37840, USA

About Windrock Bike Park

4.9 / 5

from reviews

    Michael McQueen
    March 28, 2023

    Always a great time out here. The crew just put on the 2023 TN national and absolutely blew it out of the park (see what I did there?) always great people and machine watching and trails are always a blast!

    Vincent Buckles
    October 22, 2020

    Great place to ride.. We own a sxs an rode all day from 10am to about 10:30pm. An never hit tha same trail twice. An tha views were amazing.absolutely beautiful. An gas on site, general store, 2 wash bays(not covered bays) to wash your ride. No beer... they check your cooler an bags. Kinda high on passes..28+ per persons. But! To have something you need to pay. Really good place to ride an alot of beautiful views!

    Yury Torres
    January 10, 2021

    The trails are amazing !!! There are so many trails is so much fun some trails are more challenging. You can see the windmills and there is a over look well worth it.

    Austin Wiesner
    May 13, 2022

    Excellent place to go for downhill mountain biking. However, this is definitely not the place for a beginner to mountain biking. They have now put in two "beginner" runs that are only about 280 ft of elevation change instead of the normal 1100 ft. The two bunny hill runs are quite flowy and not too horribly steep. You also need to tell the driver each time to stop at the bunny hill runs but it's not horrible. However, once you get to the two full length blue runs it does get quite steep. Definitely need to have good bike control and be comfortable sitting way back on your bike. The price is not horrible at $47 for a lift ticket for the day. You can rent full suspension bikes that are pretty decent for about $130 as well if needed. I used a hardtail with 180mm rotors in the front and back. The bike is the airborne griffin and I would say that it is about the lower limit of what can be used on the trails. I stuck to the blue runs and didn't progress past that as a full suspension is almost needed for those trails. A full suspension is recommended but a hardtail is definitely doable if you are used to the bike and it had a front air fork. The best thing is if you are new to this place, start on the bunny hills and slowly progress in a safe and controlled manner.

    Steve Apanewicz
    October 04, 2021

    Had a great time earning Jeep Badges for trails, 16, 26 and 51. Weather was great, trails were most dry and well marked.

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