Wasatch Indoor Bike Park Launches Online Fundraising Campaign On Indiegogo

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Utah's first indoor mountain bike and BMX park is calling on outdoor enthusiasts to donate funds to help build the park.

Wasatch Indoor Mountain Bike and BMX Park

Utah's first indoor mountain bike and BMX park.

We’re working to create Utah’s first indoor mountain bike and BMX park, and we’re calling on the outdoor community to donate and help make this happen.

Wasatch Bike Park, Utah’s first indoor mountain bike and BMX park, has launched an online fundraising campaign on Indiegogo. The goal of the campaign is to raise funds to help build the future Salt Lake City facility. People wanting to donate can visit http://bit.ly/wasatchbikepark.

“Utah’s biking community is strong and active, and people want to be able to bike year round, regardless of the weather. We’re working to create Utah’s first indoor mountain bike and BMX park and we’re calling on the outdoor community to donate and help make this happen,” said Wasatch founder Spencer Randle.

Perks for donating to Wasatch Bike Park’s online fundraising campaign include:

  •     Stickers.
  •     Tee-shirts.
  •     Day, month and season passes
  •     Free bike tune-ups (a $40 value).
  •     Section of track named after the donor

Donations start for as little as $5.

Wasatch Bike Park will feature wood, rock and concrete tracks, jumps and obstacles for most riding styles and abilities. It will also feature a full-service repair shop, a lounge, retail and concession sales, bike and equipment rentals, and clinics and classes. The park is looking to open in fall 2013.

For more information about Wasatch Bike Park and its online fundraising campaign, visit the company’s online fundraising page at http://bit.ly/wasatchbikepark.

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Spencer Randle
Wasatch Bike Park
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