Seattle's Collonade Bike Park Sets The Bar For Urban Biking

  • By Kurt Hoy
  • Published May. 30, 2009
  • Updated Oct. 11, 2012 at 4:56 PM EST

The Colonnade Mountain Bike Park is an intense set of trails and skills courses, freeride features, a pump track, and even an area for beginning riders looking to get their feet wet—all built by volunteers under Interstate 5 in Seattle, Washington. This park is a feat of craftsmanship and ingenuity built from donated materials that can be ridden year-round, despite Seattle’s notoriously wet weather.

“The best way to displace negative use is with positive use.”—Justin Vander Pol, Board Member, Evergreen Mountain Bike Alliance.


Kurt Hoy

Kurt Hoy

Kurt Hoy is the content director at Competitor Group.

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