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    Bryce 2014

    Hey Bryce, I know you guys are still in the mix of a record snowfall season, but can you give us any idea on a possible opening date? I need to do some planning for the 757 crew! This winter madness is killing me.
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    According to their brochure, June 22
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    Well there you go, J-Ha got it out!

    Our hope is for May 3rd but depending on snow of course that might get pushed a week. We'll get cracking on new builds mid April.

    We received the first 40 rental bikes last week and built up a Slash for fun, beautiful new version of a pretty darned good bike already. The new one's are 650b wheels and Shimano XT equipped vs. last year's SRAM 7 mix. Session's are the same as last year's version (but new of course). We'll start to build out the fleet and new retail gear in April.

    Carrying some new stuff this year including a decent mix of Troy Lee, wider selection of helmets at all price points. We've signed on as a Leatt dealer but it seems like they've discontinued the braces that we felt were in our ball park ($199 retail), so all of the models are now $299 and up. What do you think, some of you up for that? I can order a few. Just got an amazing deal on 8 Kali Avatar 2 carbon helmets as well, $250-$275 range vs. last year's $350

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    Hey Bryce - for those of us who are new to park riding . . . are there guides around to do a half day or a few hours of instruction prior to riding the park?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cecald View Post
    Hey Bryce - for those of us who are new to park riding . . . are there guides around to do a half day or a few hours of instruction prior to riding the park?
    Absolutely, we have a package called "find your bearings" goes at 11, 1, and 3pm. Comes with two hours of instruction for park riding, an all day lift ticket, an all day bike rental (Session or Slash but I like the Session), full face helmet and body protection for $135 so to give you an example and all day lift ticket and rental on a weekend is $125 so you're essentially paying $10 for two hours with a certified guide/instructor.

    New this year as well for experienced riders (coming late June), will be a "Go huck yourself" clinic to teach people how to handle air and man made features. This will be taught by a select few of soon to be certified level 2 instructors (J-Ha, hoping you'll be in )

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    Good deal guys. I'm looking forward to another great season out there. Hopefully as things get rolling you can keep us juiced up in this thread with some photos and what not. Of course I will be eyeing FB as well like a little kid. ha!
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    May 3rd? That's cool! Why do the brochures I saw while skiing there a few weeks ago say June 22? Can't wait to try it out!
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    Looks like the prices increased from 2013. Will Bryce continue to offer discounts on lift tickets for some internet purchases?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jwiffle View Post
    May 3rd? That's cool! Why do the brochures I saw while skiing there a few weeks ago say June 22? Can't wait to try it out!
    You're probably seeing the brochures from last year, that's when we opened. New ones are not out yet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cjsb View Post
    Looks like the prices increased from 2013. Will Bryce continue to offer discounts on lift tickets for some internet purchases?
    yep they went up a bit (more trails and more features). However insurance on bike rental has gone down, and the new instruction package is cheaper than last year. We're also doing 4 hr and 8 hr tickets vs. last year's full day or after 4pm to make things easier.

    There are still a few discounts available. If you're a part of an association such as IMBA, MORE, SVBC, etc. then prices are reduced by 10%. I don't really plan on doing much discounting online except for perhaps weekday tickets.

    Couple of other options and one HUGE one... If you work for a bike shop, bring a letter from the owner/mgr or pay stub, we give shop staff a larger discount.

    We're launching a promo with Trek dealers starting in May. You can get a coupon for a 50% discount on lift ticket (good any day until the end of July), and all you need to do is buy any Trek or Bontrager product, so even a $7 inner tube would get you one of the coupons.

    Our goal this year is to really drive the park experience amongst people who have never thought of going to a park before, we believe that we have a great spot that once people try will get them back again.

    Hope this helps!

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    Looking forward to it. When can you start giving us hints on the plans for the new trails?
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    Thanks for the info. I'll keep an eye out for the Trek dealer discount, hopefully will include Spokes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TwoTone View Post
    Looking forward to it. When can you start giving us hints on the plans for the new trails?
    Hey TwoTone - I know you saw this in the old thread, but for many others who may have missed it I've copied it below so its documented in the new 2014 thread. Maybe Bryce can fill us in as the work details become clearer



    " Dave from Gravity Logic will be up the first week of April (or so we hope), but for now plans include:

    Changing Screwdriver to make it full top to bottom
    Re-alignment and more features for Car Bomb
    New Amateur Downhill track (skillset in between Car Bomb and Copper Head)
    Beginner Skills course at the bottom for instructors and newbies
    New jumping clinic
    Some new features all around! "
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    Looking forward to breaking my new Lenz there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cjsb View Post
    Thanks for the info. I'll keep an eye out for the Trek dealer discount, hopefully will include Spokes.
    Only if the spokes are made by Bontrager! Basically you would get a coupon with any purchase of a Trek or Bontrager item, i.e. bike, inner tube, arm warmers, whatever so long as it has one of those names on it!

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    I meant the LBS chain Spokes, etc. they carry Trek and Specialized

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    Hey, just out of curiosity, if we bring our own bike but something busts, do you guys have an onsite bike shop that might be able to help our, or would be we S.O.L?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kayman121 View Post
    Hey, just out of curiosity, if we bring our own bike but something busts, do you guys have an onsite bike shop that might be able to help our, or would be we S.O.L?
    They have some great mechanics on site...not to mention plenty of friendly folks in the parking lot who are always willing to help.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kayman121 View Post
    Hey, just out of curiosity, if we bring our own bike but something busts, do you guys have an onsite bike shop that might be able to help our, or would be we S.O.L?
    Yup we have a full service repair shop, tubes, brakes, etc. We can generally get you back up and running same day unless we need order parts (we keep a small inventory of derailleurs, etc but not a ton). It's pretty laid back but we have great mechanics and shop staff!

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    Quote Originally Posted by cjsb View Post
    I meant the LBS chain Spokes, etc. they carry Trek and Specialized
    Whoops, right I should have caught that. I've met with most of the managers at the various locations and they've been really cool about putting out our stuff. Their Trek Reps will be handing out the coupons for us but myself and Doug will continue to make the rounds of all the shops in the region shaking hands, etc as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jtorlando25 View Post
    They have some great mechanics on site...not to mention plenty of friendly folks in the parking lot who are always willing to help.
    Thanks JT! I agree although biased...

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    Quote Originally Posted by BryceMtn View Post
    New this year as well for experienced riders (coming late June), will be a "Go huck yourself" clinic to teach people how to handle air and man made features. This will be taught by a select few of soon to be certified level 2 instructors (J-Ha, hoping you'll be in )
    Definitely count me in!

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    i'll 3rd that. terrific shop, great people at the shop/rental area. full service and knowledgable. cant miss experience.

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    thanks guys!

    FYI for anyone with young ones, just bought 8 Kona Stinky Jr 24's, full suspension, hydraulic discs, 13 inch frame with 24 inch wheels. Also got a few of the Kona Entourage's to try out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BryceMtn View Post
    Also got a few of the Kona Entourage's to try out.
    The perfect Bryce bike IMO. Of course, I may be partial because I ride one

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    well that's why we bought them of course!

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    Anyone in the winchester or close surrounding areas that ride out at Bryce? New to the area and really would like to get into park riding. But dont know anyone here lol

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    Jhdr13, I don't buddy, I am down in Virginia Beach, but I have ridden Bryce a few times by myself and everytime I found someone or a group to hang with. A couple times I even rode with some staffers...all great people. Super chill vibe up there and after a few lift rides up with various people you will surely find someone you can hang with. I always worry about being up there and getting hurt though of course if I am by myself so I try not to do it often...that may be what you are getting at.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chuch View Post
    Jhdr13, I don't buddy, I am down in Virginia Beach, but I have ridden Bryce a few times by myself and everytime I found someone or a group to hang with. A couple times I even rode with some staffers...all great people. Super chill vibe up there and after a few lift rides up with various people you will surely find someone you can hang with. I always worry about being up there and getting hurt though of course if I am by myself so I try not to do it often...that may be what you are getting at.
    I don't want to speak for Bryce and say this is a regular thing, but one of the things that impressed me was when I face planted and went to the ER, there was another guy there from Bryce before me- he had come alone.

    We ended up catching up to each other at the Walmart to fill out the prescriptions for pain meds. Anyway to the point, the gentlemen my buddy and I had been talking to earlier, whom I think is the head of the program, had picked him up from the ER, drove him to Walmart and was taking him back to Bryce.

    That impressed the hell out of me, it was way above and beyond and why my friend and I plan to continue to go to Bryce and spend our money there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jhdr13 View Post
    Anyone in the winchester or close surrounding areas that ride out at Bryce? New to the area and really would like to get into park riding. But dont know anyone here lol
    I am right up the road in Martinsburg. just let me know if you meet up and head down there.

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    Mid April update for us Bryce? LOL
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    Just to keep everyone up to speed, Bryce proposed an expected opening on the 10th of May. Saweeet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TwoTone View Post
    I don't want to speak for Bryce and say this is a regular thing, but one of the things that impressed me was when I face planted and went to the ER, there was another guy there from Bryce before me- he had come alone.

    We ended up catching up to each other at the Walmart to fill out the prescriptions for pain meds. Anyway to the point, the gentlemen my buddy and I had been talking to earlier, whom I think is the head of the program, had picked him up from the ER, drove him to Walmart and was taking him back to Bryce.

    That impressed the hell out of me, it was way above and beyond and why my friend and I plan to continue to go to Bryce and spend our money there.
    That's super cool! Makes me wanna visit. When I broke my back, neck, elbow and wrist at Diablo all I got was stares and giggles. I really wanted to check out the spot where I wrecked to try and figure out what happened. I was so pissed about the ****ty attitudes that day I never returned. This was in 2006 so maybe those guys have grown up.
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    Since the topic of injuries and riding up there alone have cropped up, I have a silly but practical question. This will be my first season riding at the resort, and I will probably be alone most of my visits. Supposing an injury were to occur, and I need to go to the hospital, what happens to my bike? Can it be stored under lock and key at the resort in the meantime?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kayman121 View Post
    Since the topic of injuries and riding up there alone have cropped up, I have a silly but practical question. This will be my first season riding at the resort, and I will probably be alone most of my visits. Supposing an injury were to occur, and I need to go to the hospital, what happens to my bike? Can it be stored under lock and key at the resort in the meantime?
    I'm sure someone who works at the park will take care of your bike. I was riding alone during the week. That was stupid but I was used to Snowshoe and Whistler where the parks never a ghost town. Anyway if you crash badly alone the last thing you'll worry about is your bike. After I woke up I walked for about 1/4 to a 1/2 mile before the trail maintenance guys spotted me. They were super helpful getting me back to the gear shop. They also grabbed my wife when she arrived and put my bike in our truck. The guys also gave directions to Morristown NJ when plans changed from "its not that bad let's go in the ambo to " ummmm ya let's call in a helicopter.

    I'm not trying to scare or preach.. just telling you what happened. I think the best advice is work your way up and have the bike to match your skills. I was riding a Faith 3 and hitting stunts like the deck drop. The bikes beginner suspension had alot to do with my accident. It's hard to overshoot landings and ride away when the bikes junk.
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    Quote Originally Posted by homeless junkie View Post
    I'm sure someone who works at the park will take care of your bike. I was riding alone during the week. That was stupid but I was used to Snowshoe and Whistler where the parks never a ghost town. Anyway if you crash badly alone the last thing you'll worry about is your bike. After I woke up I walked for about 1/4 to a 1/2 mile before the trail maintenance guys spotted me. They were super helpful getting me back to the gear shop. They also grabbed my wife when she arrived and put my bike in our truck. The guys also gave directions to Morristown NJ when plans changed from "its not that bad let's go in the ambo to " ummmm ya let's call in a helicopter.

    I'm not trying to scare or preach.. just telling you what happened. I think the best advice is work your way up and have the bike to match your skills. I was riding a Faith 3 and hitting stunts like the deck drop. The bikes beginner suspension had alot to do with my accident. It's hard to overshoot landings and ride away when the bikes junk.
    Thanks for the info. I've got a 2014 Uzzi with a '14 36 180 Van RC2 and a '14 DHX RC4 on the rear, I think I'm covered on that front, haha. I plan on starting with the beginner trails and working my way up from there. I could probably be fine on the just the intermediates from the get go, but I'll save myself a potential ER trip, leave my ego behind, and start small I'll be buying a full face as well just for the purposes of riding at this park.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kayman121 View Post
    Thanks for the info. I've got a 2014 Uzzi with a '14 36 180 Van RC2 and a '14 DHX RC4 on the rear, I think I'm covered on that front, haha. I plan on starting with the beginner trails and working my way up from there. I could probably be fine on the just the intermediates from the get go, but I'll save myself a potential ER trip, leave my ego behind, and start small I'll be buying a full face as well just for the purposes of riding at this park.
    I rode every trail at Bryce on a TBc, you have plenty of bike for the place.
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    Yup, in my opinion as well as many others I've spoken with, Bryce is maximum fun in the 4-6 inch range (and I am just fine with that). You'll be just fine on that Uzzi. LOL
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chuch View Post
    Yup, in my opinion as well as many others I've spoken with, Bryce is maximum fun in the 4-6 inch range (and I am just fine with that). You'll be just fine on that Uzzi. LOL
    I have no doubt my bike can handle the park. My concern was what i do with my bike in case of injury and I am there alone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kayman121 View Post
    I have no doubt my bike can handle the park. My concern was what i do with my bike in case of injury and I am there alone.

    Their staff, from Rob down are great people. I am positive your ride would be well taken care of in the case of Emergency.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chuch View Post
    Their staff, from Rob down are great people. I am positive your ride would be well taken care of in the case of Emergency.
    Hi guys,

    Sorry for my absence, been a little bonkers (and truth be told I'm also a road rider and have upped my riding for an upcoming race).

    At any rate to address some topics... I appreciate all the kind words, we don't ever want someone to drive themselves who are not able and I think all of us try to do what's right to help our guests out (and yep that's included the odd ER pick up!)

    When this has happened we will hold the bike in our shop along with any gear until arrangements can be made, no worries. As mentioned we try to be proactive (we have an INCREDIBLE bike patrol) but at the same time maintain a good vibe.

    For those of you that are new to our park, it is true that most are just fine with their own bikes but just in case we rent some really nice eye candy and maintain them well. We also rent/sell gear alone, we obviously highly recommend body protection and full face helmets, in fact we include it with every bike rental. We try to get stuff that breathes well but I can't tell you how many people may have a simple abrasion that ended their day that never would have happened with a titan jacket or full face!

    Still working on being open by the 10th but I will say that with the late winter new trails and features probably won't be open until a couple of weeks later. Gravity Logic and 402 Trails get here this Friday night so that we can get moving. In the meantime we've been brushing and compacting the current network which weathered the winter beautifully!

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    I must admit I really want to get my son there on a Stinky, but after my ER trip, it's going to be a hard sell with mom. Did you get some smaller FF helmets to go with the Stinkys?
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    Quote Originally Posted by TwoTone View Post
    I must admit I really want to get my son there on a Stinky, but after my ER trip, it's going to be a hard sell with mom. Did you get some smaller FF helmets to go with the Stinkys?
    Ha, I hear you! Just tell her that statistically you were still well in the minority , yup we got some smaller xs helmets for the younger ones along with some good youth gloves which was a challenge last year

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    You really need to consider opening on monday May 19th. Just up the road in Pennsylvania, the Dirtfest will be hosting their mtn bike festivsl and over 2,500 people are attending. All are comng by car. I am sure many would stop by on their way home if they are headed south.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BryceMtn View Post
    yup we got some smaller xs helmets for the younger ones along with some good youth gloves which was a challenge last year
    If you haven't already, I recommend picking up some youth motocross chest protectors too. The chest protector saved my son a few times last year.

    My son and I our looking forward to opening day and another great season of riding.

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    Is there anywhere to leave your bike safely while paying a visit to the restaurant/bar area?

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    It's been a long time and several bikes ago that I've done downhill riding like at Bryce. My bike should be good for the mountain suspension wise but I'm running clipless. Am I asking for trouble or should I get some platforms for this type of riding?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kayman121 View Post
    Is there anywhere to leave your bike safely while paying a visit to the restaurant/bar area?
    There are numerous racks right outside the resteraunt where you could attach a simple cable lock, or the main parking area is just steps away from the resteraunt/pro shop. Last year we just parked our bikes along the porch railing at the deck and sat within view. Not saying anywhere is crime proof- but I certainly didn't feel the need to keep an eye on things the way I do with equipment at snowshoe (simply do to sheer size of crowds).
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    Quote Originally Posted by NoVA_JB View Post
    It's been a long time and several bikes ago that I've done downhill riding like at Bryce. My bike should be good for the mountain suspension wise but I'm running clipless. Am I asking for trouble or should I get some platforms for this type of riding?
    That's a personal thing and no one can tell you. I personally went back to flats for all my riding.

    That said if I were still running clips, I'd probably swap out to flats.
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