New adaptive mountain bike trail opened at Sierra Vista Bike Park

The High Fives Foundation, Biggest Little Trail Stewardship, and the City of Reno opened a new adaptive mountain bike trail at Sierra Vista Bike Park on June 2, 2023. Together we are creating a Trailblazing Mountain Biking Trail System at Sierra Vista.

Sierra Vista bike park in Reno, NV is on the verge of transforming into a mountain biking mecca, thanks to an extraordinary trail network initiative. This remarkable project aims to expand, establishing a benchmark-free mountain bike trail system that will be the envy of the nation. By providing free mountain biking opportunities to all residents, Sierra Vista is poised to become a shining example of inclusivity and outdoor recreation.

Expanding Access and Inclusivity

The passion for creating an exceptional mountain biking trail system in Sierra Vista is evident in the words of its proponents. The plan is to build an extensive trail network, carefully designed to accommodate bikes of all types. With a width of 58 inches, these trails will welcome riders of varying skill levels, ensuring that everyone can participate and enjoy the thrill of mountain biking.

Partnerships and Support

The realization of this ambitious project would not be possible without the unwavering support and collaboration of various individuals and organizations. The City of Reno, under the guidance of Matt and April, has been instrumental in providing additional funding for this program through their inclusion initiative. Their belief in Sierra Vista’s vision has propelled the project forward, bringing it closer to its ultimate goal. The gratitude expressed towards these supporters and other key figures from Biggest Little Trail Stewardship, such as Steve and Curtis, underscores the collective effort required to create an exceptional mountain biking trail system.