Mountain Bike Trail Report

Mountain bike trails are open for riding. A nice mix of tacky and dry conditions….hero dirt!! A few sticks down here and there after recent high winds but otherwise riding about as good as it gets with great temps and no bugs. The woods have really filled out the past few days with the leaves and wild flowers on the forest floor. As always, good seeing folks out and thanks for the support!

 Monday we blew out Hudson’s Hula singletrack on the Twin lakes loop. We will continue to clear trail as needed and provide best riding conditions possible during the riding season. The last two weeks we have blown out the entire trail system and touch up select areas as needed during the week. As always, use caution for any unexpected blow down or deadfall. We try to clear anything as soon as possible on the 25 mile trail system. 

Reference our map, Trailforks or Strava to help with navigating. LagChilada challenge signs are also in place. Click for more information on the LagChilada challenge. 

Parking across from Brant cabin. The Brant cabin is also available for a changing area and bathrooms and there are also maps located in the Brant.

Summer trail pass to help offset operating and maintenance expenses. We are a self funded/maintained trail system and happy to share our mostly hand built singletrack trails! Thank you.

Click here to join the Maplelag Mountain Bike Club

Family fun on the singletrack! May 12th, 2024.
Sunday riding, May 12th, 2024. The woods have really come to life filling out with leaves and underbrush.
Start of Feeling Lucky singletrack, May 11th, 2024.
Bullhead Bootleg singletrack, May 10th, 2024. (P.Arneson photo)
Bjorp’s singletrack, May 10th, 224.
“Pete’s Porkie” segment on Twin Lakes singletrack, May 8th.
Creek on Bullhead Bootleg singletrack loop flowing nicely after recent rain, May 3rd, 2024.
Member of the local mountain bike team “Northwest Wolves” heading out for evening ride, May 3rd, 2024.
Sunset over Bullhead Bootleg singletrack, May 3rd, 2024.
Moorhead singletrack, May 3rd, 2024. (Ben Olson photo)
The past two weeks we have blown out the entire 25 mile LagChilada course with a leaf blower. May 3rd, 2024.
Moss coming alive on the singletrack after recent rain, April 29th, 2024.
Saturday riding, April 20th, 2024