How do I get to Legacy? We're a backcountry private Bike Park accessed by US Highway 93. We are about 1 mile south of the town of Lakeside, Montana. A gate code is required to access the Park which will be sent with the purchase of your shuttle pass. The physical address is 2376 Legacy Park Way, Lakeside, MT 59922. Here is a link to the turn-off for ease of navigation.
Do I need a ticket? Yes, entry into the park requires a ticket. Tickets must be purchased before arrival to receive a gate code. We do sell out, so buy ahead of time.
How does the park work? Guests will ride up the mountain in a Flatbed shuttle, with benches and a sunshade, while their bikes ride behind them on one of our Huck Wagon bike carriers. Each shuttle takes 20 guests at a time to the top of the park where guests can select from a variety of trails.
How difficult are the trails? We suggest our park to anyone over 7 years of age, with any kind of previous off road biking experience. Guests should feel comfortable standing on their bike as they descend and be able to control their speed down moderate terrain.
Is there cell service? Cell service is extremely spotty and unreliable. You will need to make sure you have everything ready prior to arriving. It is unlikely to receive an immediate response if you have a last-minute change of plans.
Do you rent bikes? No, the park has no bike or gear rentals. You should be prepared to bring and transport your own bike. Here is a suggestion for rentals in the area:
Do we allow E-Bikes? Yes, we do allow e-bikes, but keep in mind that we do not allow them to pedal uphill on our trails or roads during shuttle operation. E-Bikes are highly encouraged to ride our roads on Pedal and Airbag Thursday.
Do we allow Fat Tire Bikes? Fat tire bikes over 3.0 will not fit on out racks and are not allowed on shuttle days. Fat tire bikes are welcome to come and pedal on our Pedal and Airbag Thursdays.
What Should I bring?
- Water - Our park has no water
- Food - There is no food for sale on property.
- Bike - Bike, tools, tubes and parts. There are no replacements on the property.
- Helmet - A helmet is required to ride the park. We suggest a full face, but any well-fitting helmet that covers the back of the head is acceptable,
- Other Protective Gear- We suggest the addition of knee pads when riding in the park and also encourage chest protectors and elbow pads.
Do we allow Dogs? Yes, dogs are welcome in our campsites and communal areas as long as they are leashed. Dogs are not allowed on our shuttle roads or bike trails.
Can I sign my waiver before entering? Yes, we strongly encourage you to. You can find the link for the waiver here --> Waiver to Ride
Do We Sell Merchandise? Yes, but only on premises. Items can be purchased during operational hours at the start and end of most days.