The rooty, eroded rutted out tight downhill in the Pines has been upgraded with big carveable berms and a rock pile that is rollable or jumpable. You can also bypass it by continuing on the berm next to it. It's a fun improvement that should flow better, drain better, slow down the brake bumps and has a little added fun factor.

Check it out here!

Check out the new rock features that have been added to Settlers Park. As always, take a moment to look before you ride and know what you are getting into. 

 

The new Northville Trails are open and ready for use. There is an official opening planned for mid-June, but the trails are open for general use. The mountain bike trail is around 2 miles (for now) and well-suited to beginners. Please be aware, the surface needs to be packed down and can get pretty soft in the rain, so ride with caution. We are continuing to work on fixing drainage issues, completing the trail markings and we also plan to look for compatible features to build.

Click here for the trail overview

Thank you to our amazing community of volunteers who devote their time, energy and funds to build and maintain the trails we all enjoy.

While most group volunteer opportunities have canceled or put on hold, we appreciate everyone who has continued to contribute their time and energy to maintaining and building our incredible trails. Please look for new trail days coming soon!


SPRING PRUNING IS EVERYONE'S RESPONSIBILITY

Removing invasive species is an easy way to help while you're out on the trails, and veteran Trail Coordinator Mike Flack has some guidance on identifying and irradicating them in this great MCMBA YouTube video.

 

PLEASE CONTINUE TO REPORT VOLUNTEER HOURS

It not only demonstrates the commitment our members have to building and maintaining trails, but provides in-kind resources from parks when hosting events.
REPORT VOLUNTEER HOURS

The Motor City Mountain Biking Association is suspending all organized group activities during this period - trail days, group rides, and other events.

Stay tuned for updates.