WELCOME TO VAILOCITY
Vailocity Bike Park is a world-class bike park for riders in the southern California area with 25-miles of world-class trails, obstacles, flow track, and races for mountain biking, gravel biking, and BMX. Students, recreational riders, and racers at Vailocity enjoy the conveniences of maintained restrooms, a café for breakfast, lunch and dinner, and a bar serving post-ride pints and cocktails and live music.
New trails are being renovated to ensure serious bike enthusiasts have racing class rides, whether cross-country, enduro, endurance, downhill, or gravel. Riders can purchase day passes or annual passes.
Bike Rentals coming soon.
TEMECULA, CA MOUNTAIN BIKE TRAILS
The mountain bike trails at Vailocity Bike Park are designed for all levels of riders, from beginners to elite racers. Vailocity is host to state, regional, national and international mountain bike race events each year.
Enjoy our trails, and be sure to give us feedback on your rides. Check out our trail conditions and submit your feedback with our handy form on our Bike Trails page.
EXPLORE THE TRAILS
Vailocity is one of Temecula’s best riding areas. With over 30 miles of trails to explore, there is something for everyone. Flowing single track, technical downhill, and leg smashing climbs are all available within this network of trails. All of our trails lead from and to the valley floor and the Vailocity parking area. Vailocity allows Class 1 assisted pedal e-bikes and traditional pedal mountain bikes on all trails. Always be on the lookout for other riders, wildlife, and yourself while you enjoy time in the outdoors.
For those just starting to enjoy mountain biking to the weekend warriors who like to get out and hone their skills, Vailocity has something for everyone.
If you are a beginner, look for the trails marked with a Green Circle. These trails are perfect for a ride with the family and a great way to explore the Temecula Foothills.
Suggested Trails: Tunnel and Feel the Flow
Those weekend warriors looking to build their skills and challenge their capability will have plenty to choose from. Long XC Climbs to short fast Enduro runs are all over. Trails marked with the Blue Square are great to push you to new limits.
Suggested Trails: Enchanted Forest, High School, and The Meadows
Expert and Pro-Level are marked as Black Diamond and Double Black Diamond. These will test even the best riders and caution should always be used to ensure your safety. Ride within YOUR limits and be sure to watch out for others. Big Air, Big Rocks, and Big Drops make for some legendary riding.
Suggested Trails: 4114, Big Dawgs, Jump Line
Coming to ride at Vailocity for the first time? It’s $5 – $10 for a one-day pass that includes parking or click through for a season pass. Bring your own bike and be sure to sign your waiver before you come. Then, get ready for the ride of your life!
You don’t have to be a KOA camper to ride our trails. We’ve got a variety of pass options for you to come enjoy the bike park at any time.
*All passes include parking for one vehicle only.
$5 – 18+
$3 – Children Under 17
$10 – 18+
$5 – Children Under 17
Jan 1 – Dec 31
$150 – 18+
$99 – Children Under 17
Vailocity Bike Park will be offering bike rentals in the near future. Pricing and information will be announced as soon as it’s available.
ANSWERS TO YOUR QUESTIONS
Only Class 1 pedal assisted e-bikes are allowed. All other e-bikes are strictly prohibited on Vailocity trails.
Not at all! Our expert trail building team has developed Vailocity to be fun for riders of all abilities. There is a trail for every age and riding capability.
VAILOCITY HOURS OF OPERATION
SUMMER: JUNE – AUGUST
EVERY DAY, DAWN TO DUSK
FALL: SEPTEMBER – OCTOBER
DAWN TO DUSK
WINTER: NOVEMBER – MARCH
DAWN TO DUSK
SPRING: APRIL – MAY
DAWN TO DUSK
Vailocity is home to several large MTB race events throughout the year. We are happy to be the chosen venue for the SoCal Mountain Bike Series, SoCal Enduro Series, Western Junior Racing League, NICA SoCal Dirt Racing Series, and US and World Cup Races. These event weekends can often draw large crowds of spectators and racers. During race weekends some trails and portions of Vailocity are closed for day use, but our Vailocity staff always makes sure to set aside some areas for non-event riders on these weekends.