Thredbo MTB Park is celebrating a successful opening day today with a massive number of guests turning out to ride over 40 kilometres of lift-accessed gravity terrain. For media imagery and vision from day one, please click here.
Thredbo MTB Park officially reopened today with a huge number of riders turning out to kick off the 2023/24 season.
It’s the first time in history that Thredbo MTB Park has been able to open nearly every trail on an opening day. With such a wide variety of terrain on offer, all four MTB lifts spinning and incredible weather, opening day vibes were at an all-time high!
A testament to the huge turnout, today was Thredbo’s biggest season pass day ever with a record number of season pass holders turning out to ride.
Guests enjoyed everything the bike park had to offer today with awesome riding conditions, live music, a free premiere MTB movie screening and the chance to win a stack of prizes.
Thredbo’s massive team of MTB ambassadors have been ripping the trails all weekend including Jack Moir, Sian A’Hern, Kye A’Hern, Tim Eaton, Jackson Frew, Jackson Connelly, Tom Crimmins, Tegan Molloy and Maddy Lloyd.
The ambassador crew tested out the trails yesterday before they were opened to the public and then could be seen enjoying the first laps of the season with guests this morning.
To celebrate opening day, the ambassadors hosted a massive giveaway on the mountain, hiding a huge stack of prizes around the trails for guests to find. The hero prize was a limited edition gold can of Monster Energy, with the lucky recipient winning a ride session tomorrow with Jack Moir, one of the biggest names in mountain biking worldwide.
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