Mountain Biking for the whole family!
Check out this family-fun-loving, mountain biking adventure that's close to home. These trails are built by volunteers of all ages, yes that's right even kids!
Please check Trailforks for the most up to date information on trail openings/closures!
UPDATE: 11/10/22: All good things must come to an end of their season…The bike trails will now be closed for the fall riding season. The frost is here!Thank you to everyone that rode our trails this year, we hope to see you when we reopen in the spring! Check out the maps of what’s next! Also a huge thank you to all our volunteers and a special shout out to the main brain behind it all, Mike Feldman! Thank you!
At this time E-bikes are being considered on a case by case basis. We certainly do not want to exclude riders who rely on E-bikes for health or medical reasons. We also are looking into the various types of E-bikes and at this time limit consideration to pedal assist mode.
This year we will have Volunteer Days every Thursday of the month. Please bring rakes, clippers and gloves. Check out the projects on our facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/oakmtnbikepark
*Access the map anytime by downloading the TrailForks Ap*
**This private property is covered by the NYS Recreational Use Statute**
To fellow trail users.
To the animals.
To the trails and open space.
To downhill bike traffic.
To pedestrians, all the time.
To skiers and snowshoers on winter snowpacked trails.
Stay on the trail.
Stay in control.
Ride only on trails open to mountain biking.
How do you pass hikers on a narrow trail?
SLOW DOWN. Don’t just yell, “On your left!” and barrel on through. Good interactions mean more open trails.
Hikers have the right of way. If they don’t feel safe moving to the side of or off the trail for you, wait it out. Ask if they mind finding a place for you to pass. Most of the time, people are cool.
Get a bell for your bike. If you have one, ring it nicely as a way to get attention.
When two bikers approach each other, who has the right of way?
Downhill traffic gets the right of way. If you’re climbing up a hill, stop and let the biker who is coming downhill by.
Thank you NSAA and Boulder Mountain Bike Alliance for the copy
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