Biking Posts

End of Summer and Trail Crew Appreciation Day

As closing weekend approaches, we reflect on the exciting summer we had, and on those who helped make it all possible. On behalf of Keystone Resort, we’d like to thank all of our hardworking employees who helped make this summer so unforgettable. Thank you to our friends at the summer snow tubing hill, the golf […]

3 Tips to Make You a Better Rider

Every sport involves knowing a few tricks of the trade, so here are the three essential need-to-knows of mountain biking offered by Keystone’s Lead Bike Academy Instructor, Adam Jones: 1) EVENLY WEIGHTED PEDALS It is recommended to maintain a flat base by keeping your weight even while standing on your bike. This allows for more range […]

Opening Week At The Keystone Bike Park

“Opening weekend at Keystone Bike Park was AMAZING!  Great turnout, and once the early morning weather moved out, the sun broke loose to shine on the most tacky Keystone dirt imaginable!  Although due to heavy spring snowpack, trails are only open to the Gondola Mid station, all that means…More runs!  Be sure to check out […]

Roll Into Summer at the Keystone Bike Park

Well, winter has officially ended. Snow is melting, lifts sit at a standstill, skis and snowboards begin to find the corners of closets. It’s all downhill from here … and in no way is that depressing. Wait, what? Three words: Keystone Bike Park. On Friday, June 12, Keystone’s lifts will begin to spin again, providing […]

The Adventures of Zabel – Cycling Through Summer

  Summer and bikes are a perfect pair.  I have loved riding my bike around Keystone this summer.  I’m not on a Strider bike anymore and now I just ride a two wheeler.  What is so great about 2 wheelers is you can get going really fast and then use your brakes for a quick […]