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Jessi Loerch | jloerch@heraldnet.com
Published: Wednesday, September 25, 2013, 3:16 p.m.

New trail opens at Stevens Pass Bike Area

Also, a festival this weekend offers riders a chance to test their skills

  • Bikers tests out the new trail at Stevens Pass Bike Park.

    Stevens Pass

    Bikers tests out the new trail at Stevens Pass Bike Park.

Stevens Pass recently opened up a new trail at its bike park.

The trail is called P.B.R. (Powered By Rudolph) and was named for the late Chris Rudolph. Rudolph was a big advocate for the Stevens Pass Bike Park.

The trail is rated as "most difficult." More features will be added over time. The Stevens Pass blog says it best "The trail is still young, and it'll only get better as time goes on; much like a fine wine or a good scotch."

Click here to learn more and to see some excellent photos of riders trying out the new trail.

Test yourself

Update: The weather is expected to be so nasty this weekend, the Turn N' Berm has been delayed until Oct. 5-6.


If you really want some time on the bike, check out the Turn N' Berm Festival on Oct. 5-6 at the bike park.

There will be a number of different chances to show off your skills on the trail. Test your speed while dragging a keg behind you or show off your wheelie skills.

For disc golfers, see if you can get an ace in the Ace Race. You'll get a goodie bag including a specialized disc and a lift ticket for the $25 entry fee.

Get all the details on the Turn N' Berm here.

Story tags » Stevens PassBikingGo See Do

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