What We Do
We work with local bike clubs, businesses, volunteers and land managers to maintain existing trails, and to build new trails and facilities. We’re happy that our activities also help runners, hikers and other trail users access and enjoy the river valley!
2020 Trail Work
Through our Adopt-a-Trail program local ride clubs and other groups adopt singletrack trails to maintain each year. We work with these partners to organize and host Trail Days where Adopt-a-Trail leaders and volunteers repair and improve adopted trails. We also provide training, expertise and resources such as tools and signs.
We have an agreement with the City of Edmonton to maintain sanctioned singletrack trails through this program. We’ve been running it with their support since 2010.
Is your ride club interested in adopting some trails? Find out how and get in touch! We’d love to hear from you.
A giant thank you to our 2020 Adopt-a-Trail groups!
- F’n Riders
- WOW Edmonton
- Mud Sweat and Gear Club
- Hardcore Bike Club
- Revolution Cycle Bike Club
- Open Trail Day Volunteers and Trail Supporter Volunteers
We help plan, get approval for and build new mountain bike trails and amenities. We work with the City of Edmonton through formal agreements and processes to ensure that what we build is sustainable and done properly.
We have a few new trails in the works for 2021! When more information is available we will post it here!
Trail AdvocacyWe connect with other community groups and land managers to encourage policies and activities that improve the local singletrack network. Examples of our advocacy efforts include commenting on plans and projects related to the North Saskatchewan river valley, building partnerships with like-minded organizations, and hosting events that bring together Edmonton’s mountain biking community.
Thank you to our Sponsors and Major Donations from