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What is DMBA?

Durham Mountain Biking Association is a non-profit association whose mission is to create, enhance and preserve trail opportunities for mountain bikers in Durham and York Regions. We formed in the fall of 2005 to advocate for mountain bikers in the Durham Region. With a growing membership, who live across the Greater Toronto Area, we have evolved and expanded our representation of and for the mountain biking community. 

 

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Take a Kid Mountain Biking Day

Please come out and join the DMBA and JoyRide150 as we once again host the "Take a Kid Mountain Biking Day" in Durham Forest this coming Saturday, October 4th from 10am to 1:30pm.

 

 

Massive Trail Build and We Need You

On Saturday October 18th, The DMBA and other volunteers will take on the biggest trail build in Durham Forest history. If we have enough volunteers, we will be adding 1.5 km of single track that will extend the end of the Bowes Too trail. This will greatly improve the connectivity of single track in the northern area of the forest.  So, if you want the privilege of being able to say you helped build this really cool trail, sign up now by going to:

Trail conditions


stephensnoddon - Thu, Aug 7, 2014

Knocked down trees cleared by LSRCA.  Someone keeps knocking em down and LSRCA keeps cleaning them up.  Thanks for reporting.  Thanks for clearing the trails.  You also missed a spot.

stephensnoddon - Thu, Aug 7, 2014

Dog Strangling Vine knocked back on Ogre and Out.  Thanks to 2.5 hours of work with the line trimmer by Mike Danilko, the DSV has been set back a few months through the Meadow and from "Ernest's section" of Ogre's. ...

stephensnoddon - Thu, Aug 7, 2014

Dog Strangling vine has been knocked back on Ogre and Out.  Thanks to 2.5 hours of work by Mike Danilko, some of the encroaching DSV has been cleared back from the trail.  Everyone who works on this stuff comes away cursing.  It...

J-P Lesley - Sun, Aug 3, 2014

Hey everyone. I just hit up the greenwood trail on the north...

Ray Pardon - Sat, Aug 2, 2014

The trail south of post 33 has serious damage, possibly due to last night's heavy rains. The center section of the trail has been washed out for a length of (I'm going to guess) five to ten meters, so that only a narrow, deep ditch...