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Did you know that 5 single track mountain bike trails are fully accessible from Downtown Milford? Join the Motor City Mountain Biking Association for the Milford Bike Fest and Trail Challenge as we showcase some of our favorite mountain bike trails, raise money for trail maintenance, and then celebrate on the deck of Main Street Grill and Tavern in Downtown Milford!
Start in Downtown Milford and join the MCMBA for a Guided Group Ride or the Huron Valley Bike Club for youth group rides, or Create Your Own Adventure with fellow riders across the vast trail system. After riding, join us at Main Street Grill and Tavern in Downtown Milford for live musical entertainment to celebrate a day well spent exploring and enjoying the trail system.
This event is not a race; all skill levels are welcome to this Bike Fest and Trail Challenge. Visit the links on the left to learn more about the connected trail system, Guided Group Rides, and how to prepare for the event.
The cost is $20 per rider if registered online before May 31, 2018. The cost is $25 per rider for day-of registration at the event. Registration includes a map booklet with trail information and coupons from our sponsors, an event nameplate for your bike, and 2 drink tickets good for pop or beer from our local brewery sponsors. Children 15 and under are free with a paying adult and will receive a ticket good for a hot dog, chips, and a pop.
Each year, our active membership contributes over 3,600 hours of service, primarily developing and maintaining area trail systems. The Bureau of Labor calculates volunteer time at an hourly rate of $23, which means that the MCMBA annually contributes over $82,000 in direct labor to our local parks and mountain bike trails. Our fund raising events help support this work by purchasing tools and equipment for our volunteers, providing materials for bridges, kiosks, signs, and other capital improvements for our parks.
Working with our partner organizations, our chapter maintains approximately 85 miles of singletrack across 11 mountain bike trails in Oakland and Wayne counties. In addition, we are pursuing development opportunities for new trail systems in several communities.
The Motor City Mountain Biking Association is a member of the Michigan Mountain Biking Association (MMBA), a federation of mountain biking clubs focused on state-wide advocacy issues, and an affiliate of the International Mountain Bike Association (IMBA).
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