all know, riding areas are becoming far and few
between. We all lose something when a riding area
is closed, regardless if you have ever ridden
there. One closed riding area is usually followed
by another and the "domino" effect can lead right
to your favorite riding area being closed. Riding
on private property without permission of the
landowner is a major topic of concern with
lawmakers and legislators. Tearing up the
landscape is another aspect that many riders seem
to take for granted. Recently, one of our
club members was sent to a seminar held by the
Tread Lightly Organization. We are now in
the process of learning the essentials to off-road
riding and behaviors that will hopefully keep us
all riding for years to come. Check out the
Tread Lightly Organization below.
Download informative brochures on all sorts of outdoor activities by clicking on the link below:
Tread Lightly Trail Tips
Please remember to tread lightly where instructed. There are plenty of opportunities to have fun without damaging our reputation in the process.
If you're looking for places to ride in Minnesota, the MN DNR has a great map of MN trail locations.
Some of the places to ride in MN with good single track are below. Find them on the map.
Nemadji State Forest
Paul Bunyan State Forest
For places to ride in Wisconsin, the WI DNR has has a great map of WI trail locations.
Check out Black River Falls, WI as well. They have some great single track! Terrain is sandy and it really doesn't matter if it gets rained on. Click here for a map of the single track in Black River Falls.