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North Country Trail:
The NCT cuts right through the middle of TOMMBA’s territory offering some great riding along the way. You will find everything from two tracks to technical single track with more of the latter. Trail is marked with blue blazes painted on trees. The best sections:

Kipp Rd to Stustmanville Rd:
Lots of fun single track with plenty of up and down. Be prepared for some rough, rooty sections.

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Larks Lake Section:
Start at the Pleasantview town hall for the most northerly section. Mostly single track. Short ride along Stutsmanville Rd then look for the trail on your right.

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Offield Family Preserve:
One of many fantastic Little Traverse Conservancy preserves. Several miles of two track and wide single track. Some climbing but well suited to newer riders. Bonus: Take a look at the Conservancy’s app for a full listing of preserves.

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Wildwood:
10+ miles of two track and some single track. Less technically demanding than many of our trails so a good place for novice mountain bikers. Bonus: A great place for classic XC skiing in the winter.

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North Country Trail:
The NCT cuts right through the middle of TOMMBA’s territory offering some great riding along the way. You will find everything from two tracks to technical single track with more of the latter. Trail is marked with blue blazes painted on trees.

Maxwell Rd to Krauss Rd:
Mostly technical single track. Bring your climbing legs and don’t be put off by the mostly unrideable switchbacks to start. It’s worth the effort.

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Boyne School Forest:
The Top of Michigan Mountain Bike Association’s first new trail project. The first 3 mile loop of a planned 9 miles is finished and ready to ride. Fast, flowy single track. Bonus: A great example of the local community’s support for mountain biking. This project is a collaboration between TOMMBA and the Boyne Public Schools.

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Avalanche Preserve:
Just a 5 minute ride from downtown Boyne City you’ll find 5 miles of excellent single track. Some short, steep climbs and descents along with roots and plenty of corners keeps things fun and challenging. Bonus: An amazing view down the length of Lake Charlevoix from the top. Plus, it’s the site of an IMBA Trail Solutions trail planning visit which could lead to even better trails.

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Boyne Mountain:
Some of the most challenging terrain and trails in the state. Close to 15 miles of hilly, technical single track. Bonus: Try out the water park or zip line after your ride.

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Brown Creek:
Another new trail project that came about thanks to the support of local government and public schools and the work of TOMMBA volunteers. Approximately 6 miles of trail on East Jordan City and Public School property just minutes from downtown.

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Glacial Hills:
A project of the Grand Traverse Land Conservancy with the IMBA chapter to our south the Northern Michigan Mountain Bike Association. 20+ miles of trails. For directions and more information take a look at their website.

High Country Pathway:
80 miles of mostly single track in the beautiful Pigeon River Forest. Be prepared for back country conditions. Bonus: An IMBA Epic trail!

North Country Cycle Sport:
Northern Michigan’s premier full service bike shop. Featuring Trek and Yeti bikes, a full line of clothing and accessories, rentals and the best service around. Locations in Petoskey and Boyne City.

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North Country Cycle Sport:
Northern Michigan’s premier full service bike shop. Featuring Trek and Yeti bikes, a full line of clothing and accessories, rentals and the best service around. Locations in Petoskey and Boyne City.

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