PBBA Members: Free
Day Pass: $5 at gate
• Park is managed by the Permian
Basin Bicycle Association [PBBA].
• A day use fee is required to ride ($5/person at the gate) or PBBA Membership. Anyone can join by filling out and signing a membership form/waiver ($25/individuals or $30/ family). See Peyton's Bike website or PBBA website for the form.
• Parking lot is behind Odessa Fire Station #5.
• Trail system consists of beginner, intermediate and advanced trails. The green trail system is for beginners. The blue trail system is for intermediate riders. It spurs off of the green trail and then intersects back on to the green trail close to where it began.
This Land was donated by the City of Odessa
and includes 2 Large pits covering almost 100 acres full of climbs,
descents, and some flat single track. The course is very well marked
and color coded with trails for beginners up to expert levels of technical
riding. Several rocky areas, ledges, washes, and tons of banked turns
that we continually improve on every month.
~ Jason Haislip (January 2015)
This trail system is all singletrack and
incorporates two old abandoned caliche pits. The intermediate and advanced
trails traverse in and out of the pits which make the trails challenging
and very aerobic. The Green beginner trail is a 3.5 mile loop that skirts
the outside of the pits and is generally flat with lots of twists and
turns. There is plenty of mesquite so be sure to have tire sealant in
your tubes or [run a] tubeless set up. The trail is a lot of fun. I
typically ride one to two full 10 mile laps about 4-5 days a week.
~ Stephen Mitchell (January 2016)