Welcome

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. 

 

News

One more reason to ride all 13 DMBA Canada 150 trails

Need more encouragement to do the patriotic thing and ride all 13 DMBA Canada 150 trails? The Second Wedge has magnanimously offered to help quench the thirst of the first 50 riders that complete the full 150Km with 12oz. of one of their masterly crafted artisanal brews, or a non-alcoholic ‘Just Craft Soda’ if the latter is your preference or if you don't really have a choice in the matter.

How it works:

Please complete LSRCA Survey

The Lake Simcoe Region Conservation Authority (LSRCA) conducts a survey every 5 years to gather information about what trail users would like and what they feel needs to be changed/improved. This survey includes Durham Forest where our 1000 members spend quite a lot of their time!  Mountain Bikers are the primary user group in Durham Forest and it's imperative that LSRCA to get our feedback.  Please encourage all Mountain Bikers to take the 10 minutes to complete this survey, click here.  
 

Trail conditions

gwirish50 - Fri, Apr 14, 2017

Rode Cenennial Park yesterday, trails were all dry and in good shape.  The trails we cleared last fall are even still pretty clear now. Just need a little cleanup, schedued for next weekend. With a good turnout it won't take long!

gwirish50 - Fri, Apr 14, 2017

Rode Cenennial Park yesterday, trails were all dry and in good shape.  The trails we cleared last fall are even still pretty clear now. Just need a little cleanup, schedued for next weekend. With a good turnout it won't take long!

castlefield - Mon, Apr 10, 2017

Rode greenwood today, I'd say it's about 95% dry on the 14 km I covered.  Low lying areas typically don't dry up until mid May see last image (avoid these areas).  Otherwise good to go. 

As a side note I'll probably be doing short Sunday...

Terry Sinclair - Sat, Apr 8, 2017

The trails in Durham Forest are not yet suitable for riding, due to Spring conditions and frost leaving the ground. Please be patient, so that we can avoid trail damage.

Belinda - Sat, Apr 8, 2017

Ground still not completely thawed in Ravenshoe, so after massive rain fall there is a lot of water!!! Freezing rain, snow and winds brought many trees down. Please wait a another 2wks for trails to dry. Thank You