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Konas Bike Park Program now also in Switzerland, Canada, US and Finland

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VERBIER, Switzerland Its spreading. At an ever increasing pace, the Kona Bike Park program is equipping mountain resorts all over the world with the tools and the know how to operate world class bike parks, giving riders, new and old alike, a place to call their own. The latest inductees, in no particular order, are: Verbier, Switzerland; Killington, VT, USA; Canada Olympic Park, Calgary; and Levi, Finland. Check them out at the improved www.konabikeparks.com.

Konas Bike Park Program now also in Switzerland, Canada, US and Finland

VERBIER, Switzerland It’s spreading. At an ever increasing pace, the Kona Bike Park program is equipping mountain resorts all over the world with the tools and the know how to operate world class bike parks, giving riders, new and old alike, a place to call their own. The latest inductees, in no particular order, are: Verbier, Switzerland; Killington, VT, USA; Canada Olympic Park, Calgary; and Levi, Finland. Check them out at the improved www.konabikeparks.com.
As with all Kona bike parks, Verbier, Killington, Canada Olympic and Levi will be supplied with a fleet of durable and high-performance freeride and downhill mountain bikes for guides and clients alike. Kona will also lend assistance to the parks with event development and promotion, design of trails and park features and coordinate marketing of the resorts to assure summertime success for their bike park partners.
“Verbier, Killington, Canada Olympic and Levi are just the kind of resorts we want Kona to be associated with,” said Kelly Steelman, Kona’s North American Bike Park Guy. “These parks share the energy and attitude Kona wants to infuse into the sport, and they’ll be great places for mountain bikers to hone their freeride skills, or simply give the sport a try for the very first time.”
The four new parks join Kona Bike Park All-Stars; Canada’s Whistler Blackcomb and Panorama, the U.S.’s Winter Park and Snowshoe, Austria’s Leogang, Germany’s Todtnau, Italy’s Livigno, France’s Les Gets, Bolivia’s Gravity Bolivia and Australia’s Mount Buller.

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