We are a group of mountain bike riders who enjoy progressing our skills, and the skills of others, through aggressive riding. Dirt jumps, technical descents, drops, skinnies - we live to ride them all and just can’t get enough. When we’re not out riding, we’re out digging, cutting, or building. We’re fanatic about freeride and love to share our stoke with like-minded riders.
TO RIDE THE Fr512 TRAILS AT ROCKY HILL RANCH, YOU MUST BE A Fr512 MEMBER. Riders who ride the trails without being a FR512 member will be charged with trespassing & theft of services.
Members can ride any time so long as you sign in and pay the day use fee at the main Rocky Hill Ranch Pavilion. The only caveat is the back gate may not be open during non-build days. On build days, the gate will be open, and the landowner has agreed to waive the day use fee for people who are bona fide digging/building.
With your FREERIDE 512 Annual Bike Park Pass, you get the following benefits:
Angel Fire Resort
20% - 25% off condos/rooms booked through Angel Fire Resort (Use FR512 online, must present pass at check-in. Dates: May 18, 2018- October 14)
Fr512 Lodging Reservations Online at the resort.
Fr512 Lodging Reservations by Phone:
Guests may reach central reservations by calling 800-633-7463 or 575-377-4220 and requesting the “Freeride 512” discounted lodging rate.
Read Angelfire lift ticket details here before heading up.
10% off lodging at the Elkhorn Lodge in Angel Fire, New Mexico: Free made-to-order egg breakfast included!
10% off product purchases from Deity Components (Discount code: DeityFR512)
Deep discounts on Banshee Bikes frames/completes (order through FR512).
TO BECOME A MEMBER
STEP1: Freeride512 membership is not active and the card will not be sent until your waiver is submitted.
STEP2: Complete the Freeride 512 Release of Liability
STEP3: Pay the Annual Membership fee of $60. Your membership fees help to fund FR512’s building and maintenance of sick trails to ride!
COME OUT AND RIDE!
The FREERIDE512 trails at Rocky Hill Ranch are located in the upper quarry area of the Ranch. The map below shows the route to follow if riding your bike in the Ranch from Water Station 1.
On weekends, we often have the back gate open for easier access. To access FR512 from the back gate AFTER CHECKING IN AND PAYING YOUR RIDE FEE TO RHR, make a left onto CR 153. Stay left on FM 2104 and turn left at Arrowhead Rd. Follow Arrowhead Rd. as it veers right onto 198. FR512 at RHR will be on your left. Click the map below for a larger image.
So where does the money go?
All funds are invested in funding club activities - the majority of which is building and maintaining FR512 Mountain Bike Trails. If you haven’t seen this place, it rocks. So much so that many of our members donate additional time and materials to the Trails. That makes for some SICK trails!