Welcome to the Redmond Bike Park
The ribbon has been cut and the jumps are now open for riding!
Thanks all the volunteers that put their time and muscle into building the park, to Parks Operations Staff for their skill and to our grantors and our many partners that made this happen!
Check out the new video by Beau Sylte
Introducing the Redmond Bike Park
Be a Trail Builder:
Now that the park is built, we need your help to keep it amazing. Sign up to be a "Trail Builder" by clicking the button below.
Our volunteer system is powered by Shiftboard. The button above will take you to a page where you can apply for a volunteer position.
Training and tools will be provided at all volunteer events. Please bring your own food, water, sunscreen and sturdy shoes.
Youth and adults are welcome, as well as service groups.
Experienced builder or not, there are lots of ways to help out. Sign up to volunteer as a Trail Builder today.
Trail Stewards will also be needed to help maintain the park after it’s built.
All volunteers will be required to have a Waiver Form signed by an adult to participate in work parties. Visit the Volunteer Info page for details. There's more detail about volunteering on the Volunteer Info Page.
Parking is available in Hartman Park by the ball fields on 172nd Ave. NE
Redmond Bike park Day
The Grand Opening of the Redmond Bike Park was held on September 6th, 2014, proclaimed "Redmond Bike Park Day" by Mayor Marchione.
Over 13 Work Party days in June, July and August this summer, more than 120 of you came out to volunteer and build the Redmond Bike Park!
Thanks to everyone that helped out.
Group Photo from the Redmond Bike Park Ground Breaking June 7th, 2014
The Bike Park is located just south of Hartman Park in Redmond, Wa.
Parking is available in Hartman Park on 172nd Ave NE, off NE 104th Street.
The Redmond Bike Park is designed to be a place for local BMX and mountain bike riders of all ages and skill levels to practice and develop their riding skills and a save and controlled environment. The Bike Park will be located south of Hartman Park where unsanctioned dirt jumps have existed for years. The design of the park is a result of an extensive public involvement effort, which included the local youth and adult riders, professional bike park designers and Parks Staff. The project will be built and maintained with a significant amount of volunteer labor under the oversight of the Parks and Recreation Department. Read more about the project’s background and history on the Background page.
The design consists of three trails with a progression from beginner to advanced, including a pump track that can be ridden by people of all skill levels. There will also be a perimeter multi-use trail that will be great for walking that circumnavigates the jump trails.
You can have a look at or download the full set of construction plans at the Document Library page.
Site Plan from project Construction Documents
Thank you grantors and sponsors!
David Shaw, Project Manager