Phase Two construction is underway at Moore’s Bridge Park in Carroll County.  (Whitesburg, Georgia, January 14, 2021) Following the completion of the 2.25 mile Black Dirt Bluff Trail in Spring of 2020, MTB Atlanta and MTB Atlanta Pro Trails, is currently building Phase Two of what will be a 10-12 mile trail system at Moore’s…

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AMB Weather’s Kent McMullen joins MTB Atlanta’s staff to forecast trail conditions for the MTB Atlanta Trail Network. Growing up in St. Louis, Missouri, Kent’s interest in weather grew with each thunderstorm until he decided to major in Meteorology at the University of Missouri. Graduating in 1985 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Atmospheric Science, Kent…

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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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Join us for the Ribbon Cutting Celebration for the Poole Creek Bridge and the new 3 mile Intermediate Trail at Southside Park with City of Atlanta Department of Parks and Recreation. Afterwards, we will have lunch available and then move into Park Pride’s Annual Parks and Greenspace Pre Conference Tour, “ ATL Parks and Rec Community Celebration”…

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Great news from Coweta County. Following last October’s approval of a Memorandum of Understanding between Coweta County and MTB Atlanta, on Tuesday February 26th, the Coweta County Board of Commissioner’s has approved MTB Atlanta‘s plan for 5-6 miles of shared use trails for Mountain Biking at Brown’s Mill Historic Site with the support of the Brown’s…

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Work has begun on our newest build at South Rockdale Community Park in Rockdale County on the Rockdale River Trail.  5 years in the making, MTB Atlanta and Rockdale County Parks & Recreation have worked together to plan and build the trails and to write and win the $100k Recreational Trails Program needed to build Phase One, 6 miles…

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It has been a banner year for access and development at MTB Atlanta and as we move into the build season, we wanted to share our successes and this map of our plans with you. We have a new initiative that we have named “Ride 20.” We believe every Metro Atlanta resident should be no…

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On Tuesday, September 4th, the Carroll County Board of Commissioners approved a Memorandum of Understanding with MTB Atlanta, the Atlanta Chapter of the Southern Off Road Bicycle Association to explore opportunities for trail development on Carroll County Park property. Last Spring, MTB Atlanta Board members Brett Davidson, Chris Doane, and Pete Edmondson met with Carroll…

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We are stoked to announce that we have been awarded an REI Community Grant for work on the new 4 mile Intermediate Trail at Southside Park! MTB Atlanta was nominated by REI employees in the Atlanta market to submit a grant proposal for our work on the ATL Gateway Trails, our concept plan to bring…

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