Rays Bike Park is only for bikes, no scooters, no skateboards. It really didn’t set in until after the first session this is how they want it. So much respect for this.
The first day there was over 270 people riding, from 5 year old kids to 55 year olds. It was rad. And with how large the building is, how many areas to ride, and the variety… you can’t get bored. The best part was the vibe there, so chill, so mellow, so much respect just for everyone coming together and just riding and laughing.
At one point a little kid came up to me and asked if i would ride the red room with him, “Hell yes,” I said. Jeff, Derek, and the rest of the staff go out of their way to make it comfortable. Check out their Instagram to see more pics of the park and riders there. Go follow them and if you’re in the area get your ride on. They are only open a few months of the year so you had better take advantage of their indoor set up. But prepare to stay the whole day, you will need it.
The pics below are only a sample of what goes on, I was so caught up riding that I really didn’t get a lot of pics. Congrats to all the winners of Deco pedals/grips/tees, and Profile/Madera tees/beanies and stickers for all. Follow deco @decobmx09 and @profile_racing. Thanks everyone who stopped out from Minnesota, Iowa, Illinois, Florida, Cali, and Wisconsin. BMX is awesome…