We are adept at constructing various types of trails and bike amenities. From narrow and intimate singletrack to wide and poppy flow trails, we are excited about the opportunity to build your next trail project. We are synonymous with sustainably built trails that immerse users in their natural settings.
Some of our most iconic trail segments have been handcut. These less refined but highly sustainable trails tend to be narrow, rooty, and rocky trails that keep the tread natural.
Bike-optimized, shared-use singletrack is our bread and butter. We like to build contour singletrack that uses natural features to create flow and enhance the user experience.
Flow trails tend to be more manufactured and deliberate. Flow trails encourage progression and have a high density of rollers, jumps, berms, and other technical trail features.
A subset of flow trails, these are trails that focus on jumps. A good jump line allows for progression and creates a sessionable and social atmosphere for riders.
We believe trails are for everyone of every ability. From modifying your pre-existing trails to creating purpose-built adaptive trails, we can make sure your project is accessible.
Aggregate trails can be combined with other trail types to increase durability and reduce maintenance. They can also be used for ADA accessible trails.
Pumptracks are one of the best ways for riders of all skill levels to progress their skills. They also represent a great gateway to the sport of mountain biking.
Skills loops are a great way for kids to learn the basic skills of mountain biking in a fun and imaginative way. A skills loop is a great addition to any trail system or bike park.
Bike parks and trail centers are what many of today's riders crave. They are social riding experiences that tend to focus on progressive directional downhill trails.