Chapter Meeting

Please join us at our first Chapter Meeting of 2018!

We have lots of ideas, it's going to be a busy year, and we need you! 

REI Classroom, Monday March 12th, 7-9 pm.

17559 Haggerty Rd, Northville, MI 48168

Click below to add to your calendar! 

2017 FAFL Winners!

Congratulations to all 55 of our 2017 FAFL award winners! These people performed either >10 hours of trail maintenance, or >30 hours of chapter related support in 2017! In total, our members contributed more than 3200 hours of volunteer service in 2017!

Amber Koa
Andrew Boggs
Bill Hermann
Bob Spleet
Bryan Garchar
Bryan Mitchell
Carole Baker
Cary Cato
Christopher Shepard
Curtis Kalina
Dave Bastine
Dave Cox
Dave Hurst
Dave Mackey
Dean Clark
Debra Holdcraft
Don Chisholm
Elliot Klein
Greg Jablonski
Jacqueline Bailey
Jean Steinberg
Jeffrey Oles
John Bach
Joseph Foy
Justin Wholehan
Karen Effner
Katherine Rose
Kevin Freytag 
Kevin Kruse
Kevin Petts
Leslie Cook
Loren Konkus
Mark Dombrowski
Mark Koziol
Matt Bushore
Max Mitchell
Michael Faulk
Michael Kearney
Mike Flack
Mike White
Nate Sefcik
Randy Kessler
Robert Hurley
Sarah Vano
Scott Kurz
Sharon James-Foy
Steve Poirier
Steve Steinberg
Terry Brown
Tim Reeves
Tim Rose
Tim Slabach
Todd Effner 
Tom Hermann
Vicki Rondeau

New Facebook Page

The MCMBA is happy to launch our new Facebook Page. We will continue to use the Group for member discussions. The Page allows us to publish official information while creating a single point for chapter events on the Facebook platform. Feel free to like our page today: https://www.facebook.com/motorcitymtb/

Chapter Meeting

Join us as we wrap up a great 2017 and make plans for an exciting new year!


Tuesday, December 12th, 7:00 pm

Bakers of Milford

2025 S. Milford Road, Milford MI

248-685-0505

 

Hunting Season

Fall is in the air, and in Michigan that means hunting season! 

Most of our trails are in areas that are closed to hunting, but three of our area trails will see lots of activity: Island Lake, Proud Lake, and Highland - all state recreation areas. Most hunters on public land know there is all sorts of activity in the woods during hunting season and will expect to see bikers on the trail. Many hunters welcome bikers, as more people in the woods keeps deer moving and active.

While the hunting accidents are exceedingly rare - you're vastly more likely to be injured in the car ride to the trailhead - some riders choose to avoid these three trails during firearm season. That's up to you. If you do ride, it's not a bad idea to wear something in blaze orange to make you easily identifiable to others in the woods.