Skypark was originally a winter wonderland theme park. It reopened in 2016 featuring shopping, food, a Santa Clause chalet, wedding and catering accommodations, and hiking and biking trails.
The start of the year is usually a pretty cold time. It may not be as chilly as Chicago or Vermont, but we reach below freezing temperatures fairly often and it chills our Summer-acclimated bones. That’s why it was a real treat to have a weekend of 68ºf clear skies to get out and enjoy the bike with the family.
As a person who grew up loving my bike(s), I have a desire to share with the younger generation all of the wonder and fun that riding has to offer. To that end, I try to donate one bike every year to a kid around the holidays. It’s easy, it’s not too expensive, and it is an great way to expose any community not just to bike building but also local charitable organizations.
Skypark Santa’s Village, California – With the Kids I fell in love with the concept of bike parks after visiting Winter Park, CO last year. As a result, I decided to start doing some research into other places to ride. One such place is Skypark Santa’s Village in Read more…