Trails We Support
Check out this list of trails we support either directly or indirectly with membership, fundraising, donations, or volunteering! If you also enjoy these trails, please consider supporting them.
Addison Oaks consists of 7 miles of natural surface singletrack and easily connects to Bald Mountain North.
Lake Orion, MI
Bald Mountain consists of 15 total miles of natural surface wider trails. The North Unit easily connects to Addison Oaks and the South Unit connects to the Lake Orion High School's school-maintained singletrack trails.
Rochester Hills, MI
Bloomer Park includes a fun mixture of technical singletrack and scenic two track totaling 6.4 miles.
Clinton River Park
Sterling Heights, MI
The Clinton River Park Trail is located within several City of Sterling Heights Parks along the scenic Clinton River. The trail is a multi use trail, and currently a bi-directional out and back trail.
There are 25 miles of one-direction, single-track trails trails open to mountain biking, featuring a mix of flat terrain, switchbacks, bridges, climbs and downhills. The trails accommodate skill levels from beginner to expert.
This natural, 11-mile single-track mountain bike trail is ranked as a "Top 100 Trail" in the United States and is considered one of the most technical trails in southeast Michigan due to its rocky, hilly terrain and sharp turns.
Shelby Twp, MI
This trail is beginner friendly, but presents enough of a challenge for seasoned riders by winding its way along a beautifully wooded, terraced ridge before turning and snaking through trees and heavy brush tunnels.
Shelby Twp, MI
Stony Creek mountain bike trails features newly reworked trails including 5 stacked loops ranging in difficulty by section. This trail has something for every skill level.