Welcome to the Fort Tuthill Bike Park!
This is a free, day-use facility for you! Please respect the park!
The Fort Tuthill Bike Park was constructed through a partnership between Flagstaff Biking Organization and Coconino County Parks and Recreation. Flagstaff Biking Organization raised funds and coordinated contractors to plan and build the facility. Coconino County provided the land, management and some of the construction and funding for the project.
The Fort Tuthill Bike Park will be maintained by Coconino County Parks and Recreation, with occasional help from Flagstaff Biking Organization and volunteers.
If you’d like to donate to the ongoing upkeep of the Ft. Tuthill Bike Park, click here! These donations will remain anonymous. All money will go directly to hiring professional bike park builders and/or to purchase the tools and materials necessary to maintain the park.
For larger donations, please contact email@example.com.
If you would like to volunteer to help maintain the park, please contact the Parks and Recreation Administration Office at (928) 679-8000 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Folks with experience building and maintaining jumps and berms like those in the park are encouraged to help keep the park rad!
- Bike Use Only
- Open to all cyclists
- Pedal bikes, including class 1 & 2 e-bikes
- Do not stand, walk, or play on trails
- Safety First
- Use at your own risk
- Know your skill level
- One at a time
- Look before you go
- Ride under control
- Leave no trace
- Act responsibly
- Respect other riders and the features
- Wet, mud or snow = no go
- Do not alter existing or add new features
- Stay on trails
Free brochure and map
For a two page 8.5″x11″ brochure with park rules, map and more, click here.
Download the map only here.
|Double Black Diamond Sponsor
|Black Diamond Sponsor
|Blue Square Sponsor
Chris & Mary
Becky & Tod
Frank & Tamara
|Green Circle Sponsor
Asher & Tucker Horne
|Border Construction Specialties
|Copper State Bolt and Nut Company
|Home Depot – West
The first part of Phase 2 was constructed over the winter of 2016-2017. Click here for a full report on American Conservation Experience’s work on this part of the project.
To see the original Ft. Tuthill Bike Park sponsor program, please click here. (We are no longer seeking sponsors for the Bike Park at this point.)