Park County Pedalers was founded in 2006 as a bicycle advocacy group based in Park County, Wyoming. We are a cycling organization that promotes cycling for all who travel via two wheeled self propelled means in Park County. Please see our mission statement for more information about our organization. If it has to do with bicycling in Park County then Park County Pedalers is your advocate.
Park County encompasses almost 7,000 square miles at an average elevation of 7,400 feet, the majority of it public land, including parts of Yellowstone National Park, Shoshone National Forest and Bridger-Teton National forest. This wild and scenic terrain offers many riding opportunities for mountain bikers and road riders alike. Park County also is home to Powell and Cody and both of these towns support cycling for commuting as well as recreational riding.
Construction is underway at the Beck Lake trails.
The trail building contractor Trail Source started building on September 10 and they will be out at Beck Lake until November. We need volunteers to do some finish work behind the machines and to build some sections by hand. If you are interested in helping out, please contact John Gallagher at johng.wyo @ gmail . com. We plan to build about 7 miles of trails before winter sets in. For up-to-date information on the progress of this project, please visit our Facebook page. For more about the Beck Lake Trails and Bike Park project, see the Beck Lake page.
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