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Bike Park Community Meeting


Thank you to everyone who attended the virtual community meeting on July 27th. The website has now been updated with the information we learned in this meeting.

What Is Shadow Mountain Bike Park,
Formerly Known as Full Send Bike Ranch?

Full Send Bike Ranch has changed their name to Shadow Mountain Bike Park.  We do not support their use of our community's name when so many neighbors oppose the bike park, so we will now be known as "Stop the Bike Park." 

The Bike Park will be a 250-acre lift access downhill mountain bike park just West of Conifer on Shadow Mountain Drive and South Warhawk Road, see the map below.

They are expecting hundreds of downhill and freestyle mountain bikers daily with the developers estimating at the Community Meeting that there would be more than 1,000 bikers on peak days in 500 cars that would be driving to and from the Bike Park (1,000 vehicle trips) on Shadow Mountain Drive. 


Click on the "Learn More" button below to learn more about the project and the truth behind the falsehoods the developers are promoting on their website and during the community meeting.


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our concerns

We oppose the Bike Park because they plan to develop a pristine meadow into a commercial enterprise - putting our mountain, our community, wildlife, and environment at risk.

Truck wrecked

500 cars driving to and from the Bike Park daily on a residential, winding, narrow, two-lane road with no shoulders and blind turns puts everyone at risk.

Air & Water

The car pollution, human waste, and water needs of hundreds of mountain bikers a day and up to 1,000 bikers on a peak day (as projected by the developers) will have detrimental impacts on existing air quality and residential neighborhood wells, impacting the ability for existing groundwater to recharge itself.

Elk Creek Fire at Work
Emergency Responder Resources

The Bike Park will provide only first aid, leaving Elk Creek Fire volunteers to respond to all serious accidents on the property. Elk Creek Fire will also need to respond to all traffic accidents caused by the additional use of Shadow Mountain Drive. The Bike Park will not provide adequate funding to assist Elk Creek Fire, which will reduce response times for all other emergencies in the surrounding area.


The proposed development area is in an extreme wildfire risk area. Adding more than 1,000 people on a peak day will greatly increase this risk, 84% of fires are human caused. Shadow Mountain Drive will not be able to handle the traffic load in the event of a fire evacuation.

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The proposed development area provides habitat for a diverse wildlife population and contains established migratory corridors for some species. There is also summer and fall concentration habitat for black bear, habitat for lynx (an endangered species) and the northern goshawk (a species of greatest conservation need).

have questions?

Visit our frequently asked questions page or submit a question to StopBikeRanch@gmail.com and we will work on getting an answer for you.

Frequently Asked Questions

Who is "Stop The Bike Park"?

Stop the Bike Park was formerly called Stop Full Send Bike Ranch. We are a Colorado registered non-profit that was formed specifically to stop the Bike Park development.

Raena Chatwin
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Barbara Moss Murphy
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We are joined by hundreds of community members who are very concerned about this project and have stepped up by volunteering their time to conduct research and make sure all information we use is factual. If you are interested in joining us, we have committees focused on legal, financial, safety, and environmental aspects of the project. Additionally, we have a communications committee that organizes our outreach efforts. Sign up for our email list below and let us know if you are interested in getting more involved.

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