Mountainboarding @ Ruby Hill Bike Park
Mountainboarding @ Ruby Hill Bike Park

With the snow dwindling and snowboarders looking for alternative ways to harness the fun of gravity through the summer months, the somewhat niche sport of mountainboarding is mighty fine outlet to make turns, catch air and keep ourselves entertained until fall. If you live in Denver you’ll be happy hear one of the spots in the world to mountainboard is in city limits and its free to access. Ruby Hill Bike Park offers 7.5 acres of dirt jumps, pump tracks and more. A new mountainboard usually runs between $300-$700, so its not a cheap piece of equipment but if you can continue to shred all summer it might be a worthy investment. Here’s the crew from MBS Mountainboards taking us through all Ruby Hill has to offer.

About Ruby Hill Bike Park:

At 7.5 acres, Ruby Hill Bike Park features a slopestyle course, dirt jumps, pump tracks, and a skills course.  The slopestyle course and dirt jumps provide lines of varying difficulty from beginner to advanced, with a special expert slopestyle line to challenge and entertain professional riders. 

Two pump tracks -small and large- will provide opportunities for all ages and skill levels, from small children with pedal-less bicycles to seasoned adult riders.  The skills course allows beginner and intermediate riders to test their riding skills on a variety of features designed to improve balance and bike handling.  Additionally, a 1.7 mile multi-use natural surface loop trail around the perimeter of Ruby Hill Park is suitable for mountain biking.

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