26 May 2024

Bike Trails are open (except Doctorat, Maîtrise et Roche Voisine).

Ride with gratitude

Access to mountain biking trails is not a given. If we take this privilege for granted, we could lose access to the public and private lands we ride. Our goal is to foster a shared sense of responsibility within the mountain biking community, and we ask you to join us in committing to riding with gratitude everywhere you ride.

RESPECT THIS GIFT

Riding trails on public or private lands is a gift, not a right. That hiker we just passed? She might own the land we’re riding on. With every ride, let’s remember to be grateful for the landowners and others who make it possible.

PROTECT NATURE

Enjoy nature, don’t ruin it. Keep on the trails. Erosion is our single highest impact when we’re out riding. Skidding causes erosion. Cutting corners can cut off access. Riding muddy trails messes it up for everyone. If we see animals, don’t bother them, remember them. Pick up trash, pack it out, carpool here and back.

CARE FOR OTHERS

We share the trails with others, and they have the same rights and responsibilities as each of us. If someone needs help, we help. If someone needs encouragement, we share our enthusiasm. And if it’s going to make the situation better, we dismount. Be nice, yield to others, and give a smile.

BE THE EXAMPLE

We know our limits, and we ride within them. Beyond the ride, let’s park where we’re supposed to keep the tunes to a dull roar, and leave the IPAs for après somewhere else. Reckless behavior? A simple, polite call out will do.

Mountain bike Trail conditions

26 May 2024

Bike Trails are open (except Doctorat, Maîtrise et Roche Voisine).

Maps

Consult our summer and winter maps at any time. The mountain bike trail map is accessible on the Ondago mobile app