Local/Nearby Bike Trails
DTE ENERGY FOUNDATION TRAIL MTB
At 20+ miles and five different loop, DTE Energy Foundation Trial is a must for mountain bikers. Located in Chelsea, MI, DTE is a massive undertaking that will be complete in 2020. The loops are singletrack that alternate everyday with Sunday, Monday, Wednesday, and Friday being clockwise and Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday being counterclockwise. The five trails are Green Lake Loop, the Big Kame Loop, Winn Loop, and the Sugar Loop. The Cassidy Loop is still under construction and should be finished in 2020. Each trail offers its own unique ride with varying technical levels and obstacles.
Northriver/Vistula/Lagrange or the Eastside/Ironwood/Birmingham neighborhoods, offers some excellent spots for urban exploring. Starts from the intersection of Cherry and the Greenbelt Parkway, travels along the Parkway. One section then continues on, a small one that circles the Skyway on-ramp, though if taking the left side street you will eventually arrive at location of the former Cooks Department Store. The other section branches off to the right across the Greenbelt. This one weaves itself among the columns of the Skyway, and continues across the Craig Memorial Bridge.
One of Toledo's first Mountain Bike trails, this trail is located in Ottawa Park and the adjacent Jermain. A great overall MTB trail for the area, the 6.4 mile trail has something for all levels. Split into three sections, the first two are laid back switchbacks with little climbing. The third and newest section is a step up skill-wise with a bit of climbing and downhill, along with smaller jump options.
Currently, a group of volunteers are working on improving and adding to trail, Toledo Area Mountain Bike Association
The Potawatomi (Poto) Trail is a skilled singletrack mountain bike trail located Northwest of Ann Arbor, Michigan. Trail sections range from 2 to 17.5 miles round trip with various terrains and known for its steep climbs.
This trail is not for beginner riders.
One of the more popular Metro Detroit trails, Pontiac has been a favorite for decades.
One of the best known and most used trails in the Detroit metropolitan area due to its location (just 11 miles from Pontiac and 38 miles from downtown Detroit) and challenging terrain, Pontiac Lake Recreation Area has been providing an escape from the hustle and bustle of this auto building community for hikers, equestrians, and mountain bikers for years.
Pontiac Lake is a single, easy to follow loop (with two optional, signed, difficult sections) which starts and ends just off of a main parking lot. Starting to ride this fast, flowing trail with major elevation changes is a commitment, but one which handily rewards riders.
Ray's Indoor MTB/BMX Park
The first of its kind, Rays Indoor MTB Park is a must for any BMX or mountain biker. Located in Cleveland, OH, Ray's operates during the winter months to provider riders the opportunity to ride year round. A multi-terrain indoor park, all skill levels are welcome and there is something for everyone! With almost a dozen rooms to explore, you'll never want to leave: Profile World, XC Trail, Supersport Section, Jump Room, Grind Room, Street Park, Pump Track, Beginner's Section, Novice Section 1&2, and a Micro-rhythm section.
Rudolph Bike Park
Rudolph Pump Track is a newly built bike park located in Rudolph, OH just south of Bowling Green next to the Slippery Elm Trail. A pump track for all skill levels with an adjacent mountain bike skills section.
14038 Mermill Road, Rudolph, OH
Sandusky Pump Track
Situated next to the skatepark and the marina, the Sandusky Pump track is a paved pump track for all skill levels and a great place to make a day trip with the family.
Toledo Speedway BMX Track
The local BMX track for North-west Ohio and South-east Michigan. The Toledo Speedway BMX track is located next to the Toledo Speedway Race Track and has hosted National, Gold Cup, and local races. Practices are Mondays with races on Wednesdays and Saturdays.
Location: 5639 Benore, Toledo, OH 43612
TOWPATH TRAIL/BUCKEYE TRAIL
The Towpath Trail, which is is part of the Buckeye Trail, follows the remains of the Miami and Erie Canal along the old towpath where mules towed flat-bottom boats along the waterway.
This trail is 18 miles round trip.
This trail is accessible but some slopes exceed ADA recommendations.
A great multi-use trail for families to walk or bike. With over 7 miles of paved path with connections at Wildwood Metropark and the University of Toledo, it's the perfect trail for the family. Parking is located along the whole length of the trail: Tam-O-Shanter, McCord Road, Wildwood Metropark, Ottawa Hills Municipal Building, University of Toledo Rocket Hall, and Ottawa Park.
WABASH CANNONBALL TRAIL
A rails-to-trails project that is over 50 miles of paved multi-use trails that you can customize to your personal desire. With multiple access points, the Wabash trail is accessible in Maumee, Whitehouse, Oregon, and Monclova. Future extension plan to connect the Wabash all the way into Indiana.