Riding Gators Bike Park

Riding your bike at Gators Bike Park is more than just peddling through the woods. Currently there are two unique phases of Gators Bike Park trail. Our first phase is our skills loop, where bike riders big and small can improve and challenge their skills on 9 features nestled in the wooded area at the park entrance. Our second phase is our flow trail, where bike riders can feel the wind on their face as they ride the narrow path through grasses with two banked-berms and gently rolling hills.

Balance Board 
Gators Bike Park Balance Board

Riders must balance their bike to get across this long and narrow board.


Check out our balance board EduGator video for tips and techniques.

Banked Berms 
Gators Bike Park Flow Trail Berm

Gators Bike Park Flow Trail Berm

Gators Bike Park features two banked berms found in our flow trail phase with Rizek Construction overseeing the build. These berms are built with a progression: low and slow for beginners, high and fast for advanced riders.


Check out our banked berm EduGator video for tips and techniques.

Double Roller 
Gators Bike Park Double Roller

Double the fun on our double roller. Get a taste of riding a roller coaster on this feature.


Check out our double roller EduGator video for tips and techniques.

Lily Pads 
Gators Bike Park Lily Pads

Hop on over to the lily pads – a black diamond feature using rounds of an ash tree that the district took down in our bike park.


Check out our lily pads EduGator video for tips and techniques.

Log Over 
Gators Bike Park Log Over

Riders must dig deep and power pedal through our pile of secured logs.


Check out our log over EduGator video for tips and techniques.

Log Skinny 
Gators Bike Park Log Skinny

Riders must follow the straight and narrow path across this log.


Check out our log skinny EduGator video for tips and techniques.

Low Ladder Bridge 
Gators Bike Park Low Ladder Bridge

Prepare your rider to cross bridges found throughout many mountain bike trails on our low ladder bridge.


EduGator video coming soon for tips and techniques to riding the Low Ladder Bridge.

Rock Garden 
Gators Bike Park Rock Garden

Ever wonder what mom did with those rocks she had you pull out of the garden? We put them in our rock garden for young riders to get experience riding all kinds of trail conditions!


Check out our rock garden EduGator video for tips and techniques.

Snake Ladder Bridge 
Gators Bike Park Snake Ladder Bridge

Riders must be able to balance and practice agility in our newest black diamond feature.


EduGator video coming soon for tips and techniques to riding the Snake Ladder Bridge.

Stonehenge 
Gators Bike Park Stonehenge

No mystery surrounding who built this feature – our rockin' trail crew! As one of our black diamond features, riders must lift their front tire to successfully traverse these rocks.


EduGator video coming soon for tips and techniques to riding Stonehenge.

Phase 3: DrewsTrak Memorial Pumptrack and More

Our third and final phase will put the finishing touches on a well-rounded bike park by placing a state-of-the-art modular pumptrack in the middle of the north suburbs of Columbus, complete with kiosks, signage, a pavilion and a pumptrack drop deck. Being placed so close to a host of neighborhoods and apartments, DrewsTrak answers the need to put trails within easy access to kids and families. If you or your organization are interested in a major sponsorship of Phase 3 at Gators Bike Park – including a sponsorship of one of the features above, please reach out to us by sending an email to info@thetrailgators.org and a DrewsTrak committee member will promptly reach out to you.