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Mountain Biking - Closed for the 2020 Season.

Mountain biking is taking on a whole new attitude and altitude at Wisp Resort. It’s called freeriding and it’s making headlines all over the country. Freeride bike rentals and clinics available.

Hours of operation may vary; please check our Hours of Operation page
Save time - download and complete the Release Waiver

Gravity Works Bike Center - located on the lower level of the McHenry Lodge

Trail & Lift Pass Rates 2020

All Day Trail, Lift & Track Pass $39 pp
Half Day (after 1pm) Trail, Lift & Track Pass $29 pp
Season Trail & Lift Pass $189 pp

Prices do not include applicable tax.

Bike Rental Rates 2020

2 Hr All Day
Mountain Bike Rental (Includes helmet & 1 scenic chairlift ride $34 $44
Freeride Bike Rental (Includes Trail & Lift Pass, Full Face Helmet & Protective Gear) $89 $129

Prices do not include applicable tax.

Introductory Clinic Rates 2020

Mountain Bike Intro Clinic:
Includes brief Introduction Clinic, All Day Mountain Bike, Helmet & 1 Scenic Chairlift Ride
$54 pp
Downhill/Freeride Intro Clinic:
Includes 2-hour Clinic, Freeride Bike, Protective Equipment, Trail & Lift Pass
$129 pp

Prices do not include applicable tax.

Objectives of Introduction to Downhill / Freeride Clinic:

Bike Repair and Services

Need a tune up?  Tire flat?  Brakes seized?  No problem!  Let our knowledgeable staff service your bike and get it in top notch condition so you can perform your best on two wheels.

Gravity Works Bike Center Service & Repair Rates - click here.

Fork Run Recreation Area

The Fork Run Recreation Area offers over 8 miles of single track trail and logging roads that wind in and around the large deciduous forest in the 550 protected acres.

Be Safe!

Mountain biking is a voluntary recreational activity. There are risks involved in participating in mountain biking including uneven/rough terrain, loss of control/balance, collisions with objects, terrain features, trees, rocks, and other riders. Each rider should determine whether he or she is sufficiently skilled and fit to safely participate in this activity. Please use mountain bike trails at your own risk. Trails are not patrolled regularly. Helmet use is strongly recommended. Wisp recommends that you do not ride alone. If you are uncomfortable with any section of the trail, please disembark from your bike and walk the portion of the trail with which you are uncomfortable. If you have any questions regarding safety or participating in mountain biking, please speak with a Wisp representation before riding the trails. Be safe, be responsible and have fun. Mountain Bike Responsibility Code Mountain biking involves elements of risk that common sense and personal awareness can help reduce. Please adhere to the responsibility code. This is a partial list. Be safety conscious. It is your responsibility.