Deer Valley Resort is continuing its largest-ever summer investment to modernize and update its existing mountain biking/hiking trail inventory with the creation of Tsunami, an expert-level flow trail. For the third summer in a row, Deer Valley has enlisted world-renowned bike park development company, Gravity Logic, to help deliver the highly successful trail updates. The
Deer Valley Resort is teaming up with SCOTT Sports for a new Twilight Ride Series held from 4 to 7 p.m. over four Tuesdays; July 26, August 2, 16 and 23, 2016. The series will offer extended lift hours on the Silver Lake Express and Sterling Express chairlifts. Day-of ticket sales start at 4 p.m.
Deer Valley Resort will invest $7.5 million in the following improvements for the 2016-2017 season. Mountain biking trail improvements including a new beginner-level flow trail called “Holy Roller” on Bald Mountain designed by Gravity Logic Royal Street Café text service for restaurant seating Updating the resort’s entire Cadillac vehicle fleet New concession stand in the Snow Park
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Deer Valley Resort announces its summer offerings available for guests seeking an invigorating summer getaway. From extensive investments to the resort’s mountain biking trail system and vitalizing hikes among the aspens to fine dining and renowned open-air evening concerts, Deer Valley delivers mountain fun all summer long. The resort’s daily summer operations begin June 17
Raise and Lower Your Saddle Just like your body, your saddle should not remain static throughout your ride. To get the most out of your bike you’ll want to lower your seat during your descents. This will allow for all of the bike movement to happen that we’ve been talking about throughout these posts. If
Save a Climb, Ride a Chairlift (and grab a coach) A great way to practice and improve your biking skills is to ride the chairlift up the mountain. While some may scoff at the idea of not “working for it,” riding up the lift once or twice a season is a great way to hit
Carry a Tool Kit Whenever you’re out riding it’s important to carry at least a basic tool kit. Whether it’s in a saddle bag or in your backpack, having some basic tools can mean the difference between rolling/riding or walking home. At the very minimum consider carrying: • Multi-tool (with a chain breaker, Allen set,
One Finger On The Brakes Last week we talked about the merits of learning to use both your front and rear brake together. This week we’d like to remind you to use only one finger on the lever while braking. Just like you wouldn’t use two feet to brake in your car, you don’t need