If you’ve never been to Ray’s Indoor MTB Park in Cleveland, Ohio it’s definitely worth a trip. It’s a 66,000 square-foot warehouse filled with man-made jumps, a great pump track, skinnies, a skate park, bridges, a foam pit and even a few rocks that they hauled in. I’ve been five times now and always find something I hadn’t seen before. It’s a great place to work on jumping, pumping, skinnies, bowls or pretty much anything you can think of!
This time they had made some pretty extreme changes with a new HUGE pump track and a new entrance to the skinnies section. I spent six hours there this time — working on jumps, doing lots of pump track laps and generally exhausting myself. It’s amazing how tired riding in circles can make you!
The last couple years we’ve spent Thanksgiving in Ohio visiting Syd’s parents and have made it an tradition to visit Ray’s. Unfortunately Syd had a bad cold so she wasn’t able to go, so I made the pilgrimage without her and was joined by her dad, Jim, and a couple of 16-year-old shredders from her hometown, Jason and Andrew.
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