So You Want to Build a Bike Park?

A How-to on Successfully Planning and Developing These Exciting Park Amenities

Learn how to plan and develop a bike park in your community.

Presenters: Dan Miller, Community Planner, National Park Service – Rivers, Trails and Conservation Assistance Program; Jeff McNamee, Executive Director, Salem Area Trail Alliance; Mike Westra, Trails Project Manager, Evergreen Mountain Bike Alliance

Learn how to plan and develop a bike park in your community. Featuring examples in the Pacific Northwest, experts explain how to work with landowners to select a suitable site, engage stakeholders and the public in helping to develop a design, fundraise for construction, work with volunteers and consultants to construct the park, and touch on some of the management issues related to bike parks.

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