Keene Bike Park

Southern NH

Keene Bike Park

101 Park Ave
Keene  New Hampshire  03431
United States








Keene Bike Park

The Keene Bike Park is a joint project of Brattleboro-Keene NEMBA and the City of Keene, to build a fun, family-oriented park where people of all ages can learn, play, and enjoy bike-related activities.

It's located in the City's Wheelock Park

In 2020 the Brattleboro-Keene Chapter of the New England Mountain Bike Association (BK-NEMBA) will be designing, building, and donating a bike park to the City of Keene.  This bike park will provide a safe, fun, and challenging place for bike riders of all ages to learn and develop their mountain biking skills.

​The park will enhance an already vibrant mountain biking scene and serve as a destination for riders throughout New England.  It will become a benefit for the City to attract new businesses, and for businesses when recruiting new employees.

​Visit this FAQ Page to learn more.

The Bike Park will consist of a two pump tracks. One for beginner/intermediate riders and a second for Intermediate/advanced riders.

There will also be a cross country trail.

The City of Keene is noted for its trail opportunities.

These include, but are not limited to Stonewall Farm and Drummer Hill.

This Trailforks Map shows All of Keene's Trails.

The Keene Bike Park is intended to be a family oriented area, perfect for introducing peopleto mountain biking.

Grand Opening 10/2/20

Update 9/25/20

The start feature is complete, the big jumps are finished, and the park is completely open!

The popularity of the park has been amazing.  You can find people riding almost any time of the day.  Young kids, teens, and adults are all out there having a great time together.  The camaraderie, mentorship, and  cooperation between al the park users continues to impress.    Thank you so much to all of you for helping to make this fantastic park a reality!

Because of the current Covid-19 situation we aren't holding a big grand opening event this season.  Hopefully we'll be able to do one in the spring when the park reopens. 

But on Friday October 2nd at 4PM we will be doing a ribbon cutting with the Mayor of Keene.  Stop by if you'd like.  There is lots of open, outdoor space.




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