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Best places to mountain bike

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MBWales - Coed-y-Brenin Mountain Bike Centre - Advice & Guides at MBWales.com

Find out more about the Coed-y-Brenin mountain bike centre at MBWales.com - your guide to mountain biking in Wales.

7stanes - Dalbeattie Mountain Biking Trails - Scotland - Dumfries and Galloway

With its coastal setting and lack of any big hills, Dalbeattie has a relaxed feel but the riding is far from dull.

Fats in the Cats Bicycle Club | Jockey Hill

The Fats in the Cats Bicycle Club is a not for profit group with the mission of promoting cycling advocacy, trail building, trail maintenance, and community service. Since 1994, the club has been advocating, stewarding, and improving many of the best places to ride a mountain bike in New York’s Catskill Park and Hudson Valley Region. In addition, the club organizes group rides and gives away dozens of bikes to needy kids in Kingston every holiday season.

MBWales - Nant-yr-Arian Mountain Bike Centre - Advice & Guides at MBWales.com

Find out more about the Nant-yr-Arian mountain bike centre at MBWales.com - your guide to mountain biking in Wales.

MBWales - Coed Llandegla Mountain Bike Centre - Advice & Guides at MBWales.com

Find out more about the Coed Llandegla mountain bike centre at MBWales.com - your guide to mountain biking in Wales.

7stanes - Kirroughtree Mountain Biking Trails - Scotland - Dumfries and Galloway

Situated in Galloway Forest Park, the largest forest park in the UK is home to some of the best technical single biking track in the country.

7stanes - Mabie Mountain Biking Trails - Scotland - Dumfries and Galloway

Mabie Forest lies a few miles south of Dumfries and is strikingly beautiful. Catering for beginners right through to expert riders, it also hosts a fun skills area.

Fort Custer Trail Descriptions

The current trail system at Fort Custer was developed by the Southwest Michigan Mountain Biking Association (SWMMBA). Existing roads within the Park were linked to singletrack loops that were designed from scratch. The Amusement Park was built in 1993, with subsequent construction of The Trenches, Rocks and Roots, Granny's Garden, Crazy Beaver, and the entire Green Loop. Trail markers were purchased and installed by the SWMMBA as well. The Blue Loop was marked using preexisting trails. The Horse Friends group added trail markers to the system in 2005, encouraging equestrians and bikers to ride in opposite directions for improved safety. The Sled Dog group added markers in 2006.