One less visible demographic in mountain biking is the 50+ year old woman who has a desire for living in the moment, losing inhibitions, and taking new risks. An opportunity came about to join a group of friends in Sedona, Arizona for a blitzkrieg of activities over several days. Not only was mountain biking in…

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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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Doane succeeds Brett Davidson newly hired Executive Director for Mountain Bike Atlanta. (CHATTAHOOCHEE HILLS, Georgia, January 6, 2021) — Over the last three years SORBA Atlanta (MTB Atlanta) has been steadily building out its leadership team; adding local trail advocates to leadership roles. While Cowetan Chris Doane has been focused primarily on trail advocacy projects…

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After serving as volunteer Board President since SORBA Atlanta’s reorganization in 2012, the MTB Atlanta Board has named Brett Davidson Executive Director of both MTB Atlanta and MTB Atlanta Pro Trails. Under Brett’s leadership MTB Atlanta has gone from a SORBA Chapter with literally no trail to steward to one of Georgia’s largest SORBA Chapters…

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The ’21-22 Board Vote for MTB Atlanta is live though 1/1/21. If you are an member of MTB Atlanta please vote here today: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1sUJmKJL1-wYos4YaBs9a3HmvhluDrHy-jvS-ZQWfcM8/ If you need to renew your membership do it today under the JOIN tab on this website. Thanks for your support of MTB Atlanta and we look forward to serving the ridership…

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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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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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