Mountain Bike Trail Report

Mountain bike trails are open for riding. Tacky surface with a few greasy spots after rain yesterday. Drying out quick however with wind and lower humidity. Watch out for any new blow downs after last nights wind. We have been receiving frequent rain but the trails have been absorbing it well and rideable. We welcome riders even if the trail is damp as the track needs wheels to help ride it in! 

The woods have really filled out the past week with the leaves coming near full circle and wild flowers popping up on the forest floor. As always, good seeing folks out and thanks for the support!   

The past few weeks we have been tuning on parts of the trail, building up berms and cleaning lines. We will continue to clear trail as needed and provide best riding conditions possible during the riding seasonAs 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

Post rain ride, May 21st, 2024. Maplelag’s classic style trails weather rain events well and doesn’t take much drying to have rideable conditions shortly after a rain event.
Saturday on the singletrack, May 18th, 2024.
Saturday riders, May 18th, 2024.