Mountain Biking

Mountain biking is the sport of riding bicycles off-road, often over rough terrain, using specially designed bicycles that incorporate features designed to enhance durability and performance on uneven terrain.

Saturday 11 AM – 6 PM, Sunday 11 AM – 4 PM

Whether you're a toddler or an adult, we have a bike and a skills course for you!

OutdoorX guests can try demo bikes or bring their own and test their skills on a variety of terrain (helmets and signed waiver required) in the Bike Village. Toddler balance bikes, children’s bikes and various mountain bikes provide options for all interest, age and ability levels.

  • Cross Country Mountain Bike Loop
    The Cross Country loop will be a great place to demo various bikes at the festival. Test your skills on log overs, ramps, bends, elevated treads, skinnies and rock gardens.
  • Tot Track
    Balance bikes are bikes without pedals, perfect for youngsters ages 2 – 6 years old to learn how to balance on two wheels. On a special track just for them, toddlers will speedily push themselves around the course, then lift their feet and squeal with joy as they gently roll down slope.
  • Progressive Bike Ramps Pumptrack
    Build your skills on the Pumptrack! A pumptrack is a great place to practice basic mountain biking skills such as body position, leg work, turns and more.

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After OutdoorX

Five Rivers MetroParks has the only trails in the area built specifically for and open only to mountain biking, at the Huffman MetroPark’s Mountain Biking Area (MoMBA). MoMBA provides more than 9 miles of trails for bikers at all levels, from beginner to the most advanced. New for 2016 are several improvements, including a beginner trail (Hilltop Flow Trail), a Tot Track and a wash station.

Learn more about Mountain Biking in your MetroParks.

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