Bike Trail Report

Bike trails are now closed. Thanks to everyone who supported the trails this past season. Even though it was a bit shorter this season, compared to previous years, it was a good year of fat biking with some great riding. Shout out to Ben Olson and the use of his “snow dog” groomer and his grooming efforts.

We are now waiting for the frost to go out. Even if the temp is warm, the process of having the frost go out is lengthy and typically the mountain bike trails will be rideable mid to late April. With the trails mostly free of snow, it is possible the trails will be open earlier if favorable weather. If we return to sustained cooler weather with freezing nights, it might be possible to ride in the early mornings while the ground is frozen. Any questions on this possibility, please text Jay at 218-849-7669.

We are hoping to host a short notice mountain bike race on May 8th, we will have more information and details by early April.

Please note that all riding is limited to the signed Maplelag trails. If riding local gravel, please do not venture off on land that is posted by other landowners. Thank you!

Crust riding on Bootleg singletrack, March 14th, 2021. Hard freeze night before made riding possible. The trails are “officially” closed but if interested in riding during this small window of opportunity, please text Jay at 218-849-7669. Be aware challenging conditions may exist with ice etc.
North Loup Gnar, March 14th, 2021.
Rock garden on North Loup Gnar, March 14th, 2021.