I think the trails are dry enough, last fall I ran a leaf blower over the trails so roots and rocks are visible and the trails will dry up faster. please try to not spin your tire just in case.
You don't need to mask-up when outdoors, but please keep extra distance when you stop to chat. I am no longer limiting the number of riders out at a time or scheduling time slots.
- 3 km of single-track trail. Easy main loop with optional colour coded tighter trails
- Log crossings and rocks are small on the trails to keep it small wheel and new rider friendly. The turns are quite tight providing an advantage for the smaller bikes
- Trials riding areas feature open field, piles of rocks, logs, parking curbs, tractor tires,and a teeter-totter
- Technical help, riding tips and advice, tools & work space for repairs
Anytime after 9:00 (Arrive anytime after 8:30 please)
Trials riding in the big rocks:
Please pre-arrange someone to ride with, or watch you.
Please drag a parent or a guardian along.
New Trail Riders:
bring any off-road riding gear you can get your hands on. (boots & helmet are required). I have some donated riding gear to loan out if you need it. I also take bookings to loan out my CRF150F. I would prefer to limit the number of people using the guest bike but it shouldn't be stuck in the garage while all the other bikes are out having fun. Practise on the lawn with pylons before hitting
the trees if you like, just don't tear up the lawn or driveway.
, Bring quiet
trail-bikes, trials-bikes, or mini-bikes. (Hand-guards are recommended). Bring a snack or lunch. There is absolutely no fee to ride here but I could use help with maintenance and donations to the MSF collection jar are most welcome.
Let me know when you plan to arrive and how many are in your party. I'll send you a confirmation email promptly. Invite a friend!
BMA membership not required. License and insurance not required.
Here is what it looked like on July 31 2021 curtesy of Dave on his KTM 350