We will be kicking off a benchmark effort we’re calling the “Sope Creek Love” project! The Chattahoochee National Park Conservancy and MTB Atlanta were awarded a $30k grant from REI to restore the shared use trail at Sope Creek and produce new signage for trail management best practices. The Chattahoochee National Park Conservancy raised another $10k to…

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 Our Fall Membership Drive is live and runs to Oct. 31st! We know times are tough. We also know that we need our trails during this pandemic now more than ever before. Where would we be without the healthy escape our trails provide for our physical and mental health? If you are able, join or…

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We’ve missed you during the pandemic! Volunteers are the lifeline for routine trail maintenance on public lands and on the MTB Atlanta trail network. MTB Atlanta is resuming work parties in limited capacity this season and is using local regulations and CDC guidelines to conduct these events. We will adhere to mask requirements and social…

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On Tuesday August 4th, the Great American Outdoors Act was signed into law and for the first time the Land and Water Conservation Fund will be permanently and fully funded. That means $900 million a year for conservation and public lands. This bi partisan effort is the biggest win for public lands in a generation.…

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Building trail and riding bikes in the woods is a privilege that we do not take lightly. It’s easy to get hopeful about society when you are riding bikes and working on trails in the woods. MTB Atlanta​ works on a volunteer basis to bring all people to the woods. We work to increase access…

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Trails close to home are helping many of us get through this national crisis. What would we do without them? As mountain bikers we know that good quality trails don’t magically appear. Trails happen because MTB Atlanta, dedicated members and volunteers, make them happen. During this time of many community needs, do look after yourself…

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Here is the current list of Parks and Trails closed due to Covid 19: Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area, Sope Creek City of Chattahoochee Hills Parks, Cochran Mill Park Rockdale County Parks, South Rockdale Community Park City of East Point Parks, Sykes Park Here is the current list of Parks and Trails that are open:…

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Due to the Coronavirus outbreak and social distancing protocol, MTB Atlanta is canceling all Volunteer Work Days and Group Rides until further notice. All parks and public lands that hold MTB Atlanta trails remain open at this time. So good news, you can ride! Note that Clinton Nature Preserve which is maintained by SORBA West…

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MTB Atlanta is working to develop over 40 miles of new trails in South Metro Atlanta in Coweta and Carroll Counties and at Chattahoohcee Bend State Park. Some of the parks that we are working to develop are Chattahoochee Bend State Park, Brown’s Mill Battlefield Historic Site, Moore’s Bridge Park, Jones Mill Park and the…

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