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. 



Durham Forest Fall trail build!

It's time to rally the troops. Please share this post and let's make this the biggest and best trail build to date. Please let us know if you are coming, so that we can organize for the numbers and buy enough food for the BBQ. Sign up at http://durhammountainbiking.ca/events/durham-forest-fall-trail-build or comment on the post that you are coming. Did I mention that there is a newly designed, very cool t-shirt for each volunteer. Terry & the trail team.

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Temporary trail closures in Durham Forest

Temporary trail closures
Message below from our friends at the LSRCA (the Durham Forest land managers)

As part of ongoing forest management activities at Durham Regional Forest, sections of the Main Tract will be closed to the public between September 26th and November 18th, 2016. The Main Tract is located between Concession 7 and Lakeridge Road, south of Goodwood Road, in Uxbridge Township.

Trail conditions

castlefield - Sun, Oct 16, 2016

There is a pretty big downed tree in the north-west corner (just west of the double track). It's been there for maybe 5-6 weeks. Not sure if anyone is able to contact the land management team to remove. It kills the flow for both cyclists and...

Elgordo - Sun, Sep 25, 2016

DMBA members have been busy building 400 meters of TCT trail at Greenwood. One more build to get it done, Thursday September 29th. That is if we do not get distracted repairing the Gully, again.

Nexsus_7 - Wed, Aug 24, 2016

We did the 15k loop and it was a let down. Loads of overgrown poison ivy as far as the eye can see. That loop was a meager 20% single track some of which was heavily eroded by horse traffic and the rest was double and multi-use. Compared to...

Elgordo - Thu, Jun 2, 2016

The Trails have become vulnerable to erosion because of the lack of rain this spring. As many of you have noticed there are areas in the forest that have broken down to loose sand especially in corners and braking/breaking zones.


Belinda - Sun, May 8, 2016

Ravenshoe trails are in great condition this spring thanks to our YMBA crew!! All trails blown 2 weeks ago. Enjoy!!