Yes, protective gear is strongly recommended in the bike park. We provide a complimentary full face helmet and you can add body armor to your rental. We offer knee-shin pads, elbow pads, and chest protectors. We do not offer goggles or gloves for rent, however we have options available for purchase in store, and would recommend wearing these in the bike park.
Sports clothing that you don’t mind getting dirty and that wicks sweat. We recommend bike specific clothing that will not rip or tear.
Enduro bikes are built to be capable of pedaling uphill, while still being fun to ride down rough terrain. Our Enduro bikes (Devinci Spartan) have a carbon frame, 12-speed cassette, dropper-post, and 170/160 mm of travel, so you can equally enjoy the single-track in the valley and the trails in the Whistler Bike Park. The Downhill/Bike Park options (Devinci Wilson and Devinci Chainsaw) are built with maximum fun on the downhill in mind and are not suitable for pedaling uphill. These Downhill bikes have an aluminium frame, 7-speed cassette, no dropper post, and more suspension than the Enduro bikes. More detailed specifications are available for each bike on their respective information pages.
The Devinci Wilson is a downhill bike from 2022 with Fox Float Performance air suspension. It has 29″ wheels, 200 mm of travel front and rear, and a slightly heavier, downhill-specific frame. The Devinci Chainsaw is brand new for the summer of 2023 with a 190 Boxxer fork, 170 mm Rockshox SuperDeluxe Coil, a mullet wheel configuration (29″ front, 27″ rear), and a lighter, enduro frame.
The Wilson is great for charging through challenging technical trails and and eating up rough terrain, while the Chainsaw is a little more nimble and playful due to its 27″ rear wheel and lighter frame – perfect for throwing around down one of the many jump trails or darting through tight corners. Either way, both are great bikes for riding any of the trails in the Whistler Bike Park!
We offer flat (Deity Black Kat) or SPD pedals, or you are welcome to bring your own.
Closed toe, flat soled shoes for protection and grip on pedals.
Please refer to the size chart that is listed on the information page for each bike. If you are an inexperienced rider between sizes, you may want to choose the smaller size option, as it will be easier to handle and maneuver on the trails.