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Eric Porter Shreds Underground at the Mega Cavern

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There’s no place like home. Well in Eric Porter’s case, his home town of Louisville, KY has a new attraction – the Mega Cavern Bike Park. The facility currently has about 320,000 square feet of dirt jumps, rollers, and XC trails. Eric got a chance to check out the cavern with his kids ripping around on their little DB machines! All in the DiamondBack family. Video by Justin Olsen.

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Rico
Rico
7 years ago

That place looks like a dreamland, but how is it going to sustain itself? Are there enough riders who’ll use it to fund the place? I am totally clueless about that sort of business, but I was always curious about that. Same goes for Ray’s and other for-profit parks. The space looks awesome with those granite walls, like a mine or something.

PsiSquared
PsiSquared
7 years ago

@Rico: it looks like a mine because it used to be a mine.

Georg
Georg
7 years ago

Wrong country, d*mn. Looks totally sweet!

badbikemechanic
badbikemechanic
7 years ago

I have to get down to Louisville.

Stamps Transou
Stamps Transou
7 years ago

Temps stay the same more or less year round. Rain closing trails, snow….too hot and humid out, too cold, this place has it covered. New bucket list ride for me.

Topmounter
Topmounter
7 years ago

I know a lot of folks weren’t impressed in the original post, but I still think this looks pretty cool. I’m surprised they didn’t incorporate the cave wall into a bermed turn at some point.

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