MCMBA “Chili Social” Ride, Eat, Drink - Nov 9th

Join the MCMBA for the second annual“Chili Social” on November 9th, 2019, 10:30a-5:00p.

This event will showcase the new bike park, pump track and newest single track in Hines Park. Stay for a little or all day to enjoy mountain biking or one of the many other outdoor opportunities in and Hines Park.

Interested in winning some great prizes for your chili recipe? Your in luck!

Chili Cook Off – Entering is FREE, but if you wish to enter please email Mike Flack ( This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. ) to reserve a spot.

When you’re done riding or hiking hangout by the fire enjoy some coffee, chili and beer with friends the MCMBA board.

All proceeds raised will go directly to the Motor City Mountain Bike Association
The event and parking are FREE.


Sponsored by:
Cannondale
Sweet Bikes Bike Shop
MooseMitts.com
Supernatural brewing (Livonia)
Drafting Table brewery (Wixom)
Liberty Street brewing (Plymouth)

On tap:
To be determined, but too be awesome

Also...warm cider, coffee, waffles, donuts, meats cheeses, and chili. Plus more coming.

Carlos Memorial Ride, 5-Oct-19

Each year we set aside a day to ride Highland Recreation trails backwards, (in a reverse direction) to have some fun and to honor Carlos Ramirez. 
The mountain bike trails will be open for riding backwards, from Saturday morning to 4:00pm in the afternoon. Just follow the orange arrows.
All MTB trails are backwards.

There will be a group ride leaving At 10:00, with a BBQ afterwards.

Chapter Meeting, 16-Sep-19

Why should you come to the MCMBA chapter meetings?

1. To find out what's up with your mtb community.
2. To get out of the house on a Monday night.
3. To see where you can help.
4. To share your opinions.
5. To make friends with super cool people.
6. To drink some delish beer from one of your newest MCMBA sponsors!

Meeting starts at 7, but arrive early (6:30-6:45) to get your food order in!

Monday, 9/16/2019, 7pm

Supernatural Brewing

36685 Plymouth Rd, Livonia, MI 48150

 

Maybury Time Trial - Aug 25th, 2019

Motor City Mountain Biking Association Benefit Time Trial



Championship Point Series

The 13th annual Maybury State Park Time Trial is Race #9 of the 2019 MMBA CPS series, brought to you by the MCMBA. See the Championship Point Series page for more information on the series. 

The Course

The course this year includes some awesome raceday only singletrack. This  will be Maybury as you've never experienced it! Total course length of approximately 9 miles. The mix of fast open sprints and tight, technical singletrack reward both cardio AND bike handling skills! Elite and Expert racers will do 2 laps while everyone else will do 1 lap.

Time Trial

Each racer has an individual start time and will be measured against the clock. The start times listed for these categories Are the intial start time for each Class. The actual time will be provided to pre-registered riders at registration. While day of ragisration riders will all be put to the back of their respective classes. Again this is an approximate time listed on the site. Please make sure you arrive 1/2 our prior to this estiamted time for registration and getting ready to burn up the course. Again - specific start times may not be available before race day. We will do our best to post them. there is a 30 second interval between racers. Awards Cash prizes for Expert and Elite racers, plus awards to the top three places in each category. Timing Timing provided by our friends at Race Services, with results available immediately on kiosks and on the web.

Registration

Online registration is available at https://www.bikereg.com/maybury-time-trial-cps-mcmba-benefit-race or register on race day.

Kids’s Race

Special course and kids only prizes! This is a fun non-competitive event for the younger kids. Usually about a 100 yard course with limited actual mountain biking. It is meant to be a fun event for the kiddies...ages 2 or 6 years old even.

Tech Support

Neutral tech support will be available to help deal with those last minute issues.

Lunch

Lunch on site by What's Up Dawg Deli.

 

Milford Bike Fest and Trail Challenge

Come join us for a day of riding bikes around Milford's well-connected trail system followed by live music on the deck at Main Street Grill and Tavern!  

Did you know that 5 single track mountain bike trails are fully accessible from Downtown Milford?  Join the Motor City Mountain Biking Association for the Milford Bike Fest and Trail Challenge as we showcase some of our favorite mountain bike trails, raise money for trail maintenance, and then celebrate on the deck of Main Street Grill and Tavern in Downtown Milford!

 

Tailor your ride from family-friendly, paved-path rides to an all-day epic adventure combining all 5 trails and totaling up to 100 miles.

Start in Downtown Milford and join the MCMBA for a Guided Group Ride or the Huron Valley Bike Club for youth group rides, or Create Your Own Adventure with fellow riders across the vast trail system.  After riding, join us at Main Street Grill and Tavern in Downtown Milford for live musical entertainment to celebrate a day well spent exploring and enjoying the trail system.

 

This event is not a race; all skill levels are welcome to this Bike Fest and Trail Challenge.  Visit the links on the left to learn more about the connected trail system, Guided Group Rides, and how to prepare for the event.  New this year, however, is the 100-mile challenge!  Head over to the link on the left to learn more about how to complete this epic adventure!

 

The cost is $20 per rider if registered online before May 29, 2018.  The cost is $25 per rider for day-of registration at the event.  Registration includes a map booklet with trail information and coupons from our sponsors, an event nameplate for your bike, and 2 drink tickets good for pop or beer from our local brewery sponsors. Children 15 and under are free with a paying adult and will receive a ticket good for a hot dog, chips, and a pop. 

 

Event proceeds will benefit future trail maintenance by the MCMBA. 

 

Click Here for more info and to register!