Pricing & Info

Kolo Bike Park is an Asheville NC mountain bike park and bicycle rental outfitter near the center of downtown.

**You will notice over the next month or so that several things will be “in the shop” to update what we offer and how we deliver it to you. New updated website and online reservation system are coming very soon. Thanks for your patience.

Bring your own bike and check out the Kolo Flow at our purpose-built park – with flow trails, progressive skill features, pump track and dirt jumps. Also rent a bike for use at Kolo Bike Park or for your own cycling adventure in our Western North Carolina mountains. Full rental and bike park pricing is below…

Check out the Kolo Flow Bike Summer Camp as well:

Park Access
bring your own bike
Adult Park Pass 14
Youth Park Pass (under 13) 9
Late Day Pass (after 3:00) 8
Late Day Youth Pass 6
Bike Rental with Park Access
on Kolo Bike Park property only (2 hour max)  
Adult Front-Suspension Bike 47
Youth Bike (20″ & 24″ sizes) 42
Adult Dual-Suspension Bike 59
Full Day Bike Rentals
off-site use for 24 hours or less
Adult Front-Suspension Bike 49
Adult Dual-Suspension Bike 69
Youth Bike (20″ & 24″ sizes) 44
Road Bike 64
Comfort City Bike 44
Partial Day Bike Rentals
off-site use for 3 hours or less (on pavement only)
Road Bike 49
Comfort City Bike 29
Youth Bike (20″ & 24″ sizes) 29
Specials
10-Visit Park Pass (full access) 59
totally transferable & never expires
30-Day Unlimited Park Pass (full access) 39
per person use only

*Ask about discounts for groups and WNC residents.

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PARK HOURS:

  • PARK CLOSED until March 4, 2017
  • Rental Bikes can be picked up/dropped off outside park hours anytime by appointment.
  • Special Events and Groups can be scheduled anytime.
  • Park or certain trails may close without notice due to weather or ground conditions.

The link below will take you to an online waiver form that needs to be filled out for each person riding at the park. You’re welcome to fill it out in advance of your visit to save time. This is particularly helpful for large groups and also good for parents who are sending their minor children to the park with other adults or groups:

KOLO Online Waiver Form (New form coming soon.)

Asheville NC mountain bike park pricing and rentals are listed above. Please contact Kolo Bike Park for directions, more information or scheduling.

If you’re looking for a guided mountain biking experience, contact Pisgah Mountain Bike Adventures.

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12 Responses to “Pricing & Info”

  1. Any plans for dirt jump park?

    • We are planning to expand the current jump line with the addition of more dirt and wood jump features. Development will take place through this fall and winter.

      Eric K
  2. Wow, so park. Much bicycle. Many outdoors. Very 10/10 review. Would ride again.

  3. Just checking out the site and adding into the above discussion. Not sure what the land owner\lease agreement dictates but I would think offering customers what they cannot find on surrounding trail due to restrictions would be a local and surrounding attraction, why not a free ride park? PNF\Bent Cr. and Dupont won’t allow features. The local PAS club has to stay within IMBA’s insurance restrictions…all can’t or will not allow features or features up to a certain size.
    From the pics provided, it doesn’t look like anything of a free ride park is all ready provided.
    CX looks like an obvious so that should be good.

  4. Open Early? Year Round Passes? Showers?….who needs the gym? Would love to be able to hit this each morning before work instead of ARC….

  5. Ellen Hoechstetter December 3, 2013 at 10:19 pm Reply

    Have you considered allowing night biking on weekdays? Most people are not off work until at least 5 pm and the park closes at 6 pm. Don’t mind paying, but not for 15-30 minutes. I can drive on weekends to places with more miles of trail.

  6. If you are willing to make the drive, Western Carolina University has just built 7 miles of purpose built flow trail on their campus in Cullowhee NC. Free to ride. I don’t think it has as many features as Kolo, but very fun and flowy. Check out the map: http://www.wcu.edu/student-life/division-of-student-affairs/departments/ak-hinds-university-center/programs-events-at-the-uc/base-camp-cullowhee-bcc/wcu-trail-system-info.asp

  7. You are pricing your self out of the market. There are too many great places to go that are free for anyone in their right mind to be able to justify coming back to your place more than once.

    • Thanks for your feedback. Our goal is to be more than a place to simply go ride. We are planning a weekly race series, fun events, clinics and multi-stage races as well as major ongoing expansion of the features and elements in the park. Soon we will also offer deals for multi-visit passes.

      Plus we have bathrooms and chilled drinking water on site, and a great deck to relax on. We also keep all the weeds and briers trimmed back off the trail so they don’t smack you in the arms and face as you ride. You won’t find this level of amenities and trail maintenance at any other riding destination in the area, I assure you.

      Eric K
    • I have to wonder if the pay to play structure in and of itself is what can turn people off, or simply the current pricing. For a dose of healthy constructive criticism I agree with Steve in that the pricing is high – at least the annual and quarterly passes. The day passes, rentals, and combo packs seem inline with normal rental rates found throughout the country. If you price other shops, some of them are as high or even higher and they’re not providing clean flow trails. My hope is that Asheville is ready for the pay to play format. The quality of trail is very high at Kolo, I was actually pretty blown away by it and even though it’s lacking in the mileage dept’ it’s closer to the mountain bike experience that is lacking in our area: purpose built mountain bike flow trails. Maybe this is a great after work and race venue for locals and a great warm up for tourists looking for a little more value in their rental dollars? I plan on spending my weekend there starting tomorrow. See you there. 🙂

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