Full Tour of Ray’s Indoor MTB Park Cleveland, Ohio

Full Tour of Ray’s Indoor MTB Park Cleveland, Ohio

This place may look like an old warehouse from the outside, but its actually Ray’s Indoor Bike Park, an 120,000 square foot indoor playground for mountain bikers. Since this is one of our favorite places to visit when we’re in Ohio over the holidays, we thought we’d give you guys a quick tour. Ray’s has two full rooms just for novice mountain bikers, with small obstacles and painted routes to help you practice your bike handling skills. In the beginner room, you’ll find slightly larger, mountain bike oriented features, like this rock garden, that was actually fairly hard on a dirt jump bike. Behind the beginner section, you’ll find one of our favorite spots, the pump track. This is a really long pump track so it’s a great physical challenge, as well as just being really fun. Once you’ve mastered the obstacles in the beginner room, you’ll want to check out the “sport section” two whole rooms full of skinnies, teeter-totters, wooden ramps and even a bike elevator. Way more challenging than it sounds. We’d recommend checking out the “flow” section first as these features are a little more forgiving. When you do make it over to the “tech” side, make sure you look where you’re going so you don’t get surprised by that elevator. Nailed it? Yeah, buddy! Parallel to the sport section is one of my favorite lines at Ray’s, the “micro rhythm” line. This is a small jump line that’s really easy to lap over and over again. When you’re ready to move up to some bigger jumps, head to the “rhythm room”. This is another one of our favorite spots. Ray’s also has two whole rooms dedicated to skate park and BMX skills, this is another really fun place to hang out and practice skills. If you want to get some miles in, you can always ride a few laps of the green line. plus this will give you some perspective on just how HUGE this place is. For bigger jumps, head to the advanced jump line. or the jump room, where you can practice new tricks safely into the foam pit. We hope you enjoyed this quick tour of Rays. Do us a favor and hit that like button, and make sure to join us on YouTube It’s like a fantasy world, man. Like a mountain biker’s paradise. Yeah.

About the Author: Michael Flood


  1. This….place…is…….AWESOME!!!!
    What a fantastic concept. WHY are there not more of them around??
    I know a man who owns one of the oldest bike shops in town….and another bike guy who's BIG into racing…like so big…he has his own track at his place….and has a semi to go to races and shows…..I need to run this buy them…..

  2. I’d love to own one of these in the St. Paul/Minneapolis area. Add a bar, for after riding and a bike repair shop, be all set. That would be bad ass

  3. Something like this but a little smaller was built in my city. But we live next to great outdoor trails and we had an unusualy long summer, the place went out of business within the first 4 months

  4. I’m not gonna lie Rays seems extremely boring to me… the skateparks look incredible coming from a BMX background and the huge jumps would be a blast on bmx bikes but riding this place on even a dirt jumper looks boring much less a MTB!

  5. I've never mountain bikes and I'm wanting to get into it I think I'm just scared of the really skinny things and I love how it calls it the "beginner section" haha

  6. I live in Cleveland and have been here and while riding in a circle area I fell and hurt my ankle. Not a bad place though

  7. wish they had something like this in Georgia. im fat so im too scared to try to get into mtb so i just watch it on you tube

  8. For Having 40k Subs You’re Editing Is Better Then Most Channels With Over 1 Mill Subs, Keep It Up Guys Great Vid 👍

  9. Went to middle School in Euclid lived off of 271 e222nd. And Lakeshore Blvd. Ended up South by 2 hours in Columbus Ohio since 92-2019. Columbus is a bike friendly city though I don't recall and massive trails.

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