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. 



Feedback for the Ladies Rides & Clinics

Attention all Ladies!

We would like to gather some feedback about how the ladies rides & clinics went last 

season in effort to make them better for this coming season. Please click here to take

the survey. We appreciate your time and effort! If you were helping to run these clinics,

please provide us feedback too.

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Reminder! This Sunday Feb 26 - DMBA/YMBA 2017 Planning Session


The location for the 2017 Planning Session has changed. Please plan to join us at:

The Corner House Pub and Grill (formerly Jersey's) 104 Brock St W, Uxbridge

This meeting is open to all DMBA/YMBA members in good standing (and we will be taking membership renewals, so bring cash as we cannot process debit/credit yet). If you are planning to attend, please sign up for this event so we can plan numbers.

Your input will shape our priorities for 2017. See you there!


Trail conditions

Terry Sinclair - Tue, Feb 14, 2017

Durham Forest single track is groomed and ready for fat bike travel. Please be aware, if you are riding any tire width less than 3.8 inches in width, at this time, you are causing danage to the freshly groomed and still somewhat soft...

Belinda - Sat, Feb 4, 2017

This has been the best winter riding in Ravenshoe ever! Just perfect conditions today! Come check the trails out, you will not be disappointed! Belinda 

Terry Sinclair - Sat, Feb 4, 2017

Durham forest single track is mint. Ride it !

Terry Sinclair - Sat, Jan 28, 2017

Durham Forest trails in good shape and frozen. Those riding without studs said they were fine. Apparently, Ogre and Out and Mising Link are the most slippery.

stephensnoddon - Tue, Jan 3, 2017

Trails are soft, stay the bleep off!