Frequently Asked Questions

Lock out your suspension, pump up those tires, and drop that seat and you can make your MTB work at B-LINE. Check out our MTB Page for a preview.

Is it the best bike for our terrain? No; they’re made for going long distances over rugged terrain. Dirt Jumpers have 1 brake, 1 gear and the seat is already dropped low; they are the ideal bike for riding, and pumping, through our terrain.

You can bring your own bike as long as it is clean and maintained properly. We reserve the right to do a bike check and not allow any bike that may be unsafe. Most of our terrain is built for BMX, DJ’s and MTB’s.

Heck ya. We have a few regular unicyclists here.

We do not currently allow scooters, skateboards,  or in-line skates. We may have special events where they may be permitted. Give us a follow on Instagram to stay in the loop!

You’ll have a better experience at B-LINE if you can ride a bike, and stand on your pedals, with your pedals level. Check out our video on the First Timer’s Page.

We do have private lessons and awesome instructors that can teach folks how to pedal as well.

Spectators are generally allowed, but may be limited on busy days, based on capacity. All spectators need to fill out a waiver to be in the building or walk around.

(Spectating is lame and you’d probably have more fun if you were riding. Wear good shoes for riding… just in case.)

We have pay lockers ($1) cubbies, and hooks in the front, and lockers in the change room (bring your own lock).

We are a 60,000-square foot facility dedicated to biking, and learning how to bike. We have various terrain for all level of riders. We like to think of ourselves as an indoor ‘ski hill’ for bikes. We have lessons, rentals and a small concession for cold drinks and pre-packaged snacks.

Yes! We have rental bikes in all sizes. When you rent a bike for the day, you can switch between our DJ’s and BMX, based on availability. We also have run bikes and some good ‘learn to pedal’ bikes.

Helmets are mandatory and pads are highly recommended. We have rental pads and pads available to buy.

Wear clothes you can ride in. Flat bottom rubber soled athletic shoes are best. Jeans are cool, and long sleeves offer more protection than short sleeves.

No age restriction. Kids 7 and under need to be accompanied by a parent at all times in the park. Kids 11 and under must be supervised at all times in the Big Air Room and Foam Pit Area

Yes, but they are not the best for our terrain. We encourage learning balance through the use of run bikes instead of training wheels.

*Adults May not Sign Waivers For Other People’s Children.