Mountain Bike Trail Report

Trails open. Trails are drying out nicely and rolling well on a tacky surface. Might be a few greasy and slick spots on the corners here and there but overall good riding conditions. 

We will continue with trail tuning, brushing out overgrown areas and dirt work to improve drainage, berms and corners and blowing out the trail when possible this week. Last week we blew out much of the course with leaf blowers and will touch up any areas needing attention later this week.

The woods have really filled out the past week with the leaves coming full circle and wild flowers popping up on the forest floor. We always try to clear any new deadfall right away but limbs, branches etc. can fall down at any time. As always, good seeing folks out and thanks for the support!     

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. Nice job to all the riders that have completed it so far this year! 

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.

If you encounter any trail issues, please text Jay at 218-849-7669 or if any other trail questions.

Click here to join the Maplelag Mountain Bike Club

Ski trail segment of bike course, June 19th, 2024.
Old schooling’ on “Hudson’s Hula”, Twin Lakes singletrack, June 20th, 2024.
Lichen popping up on a deadfall near the trail, June 19th, 2024.
Last downhill on Twin Lakes singletrack, June 15th, 2024.
North Loup Gnar singletrack, June 15th, 2024.
Mowing on ski trail segment of bike course, June 13th, 2024. 
Bullhead Bootleg singletrack, June 11th, 2024. We have been doing dirt work on certain spots like the one in the photo.
Clearing debris on lakeside singletrack, June 11th, 2024.
Dirt work on North Loup Gnar, June 10th, 2024. We’ve started tuning select parts of the trail and will continue throughout the summer! 
Trail tuning has begun and will continue throughout the summer.