What we're about

We are a group of friends that met through mountain biking. We hope we have a chance to meet you too. We mainly do mountain bike rides, but trails tend to get messy and we hit the roads at times. With that being said, the trails are waiting for you! Let's ride!

Upcoming events (5+)

#MoreMomsOnBikes

3160 Harford Rd HarHar Lot

Hey Moms! Please join us for our MoreMomsOnBikes Beginner Ride on Thursday evenings beginning April 4th 5:30-7PM at Little Gunpowder Trail on Rte 147 in the North Baltimore/Harford county area. Meeting at HARHAR Lot, Riding Amy's Trail! 545PM roll out, about an 1.5Hr XtraCasual Ride. There will be a MORE waiver to sign pre-ride: https://www.more-mtb.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/10/moreliabilitywaiver_2011.pdf Please bring a helmet, water, snack, and a well maintained mountain bike. Feel free to post questions here. WE ARE EXCITED TO MEET YOU!! https://www.trailforks.com/trails/amy-s-trail/ #MoreMomsOnBikes #MVD #MORE

Fairland Thursday Casual Ride

The Gardens Ice House

Waiver: Mountain biking is a risky sport, By signing up for this meetup you are agreeing to our waiver located here: http://www.meetup.com/MVD-Mountain-Bikers/pages/Standard_Waiver_for_Meetup_Rides/ Lights may be required near the end. We wait up at intersections to let all riders catch up. This will be a laid bike ride. We will ride around 7 miles. Please be advised there have been break ins at Fairland and the Ice house side is no safe place either. Don't leave any valuables and report suspicious persons to the authorities. It's better to park near other cars so it will discourage anyone from breaking in. Video of Fairland from a couple of years ago: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oo0pq6ygIbw About Fairland: 95% non-technical ride with few major climbs and no mandatory obstacles (they all have ride-arounds). Promise, no rocks. None! (there is one section of busted-up concrete, but it's not rocks, and it's only 10-15 feet long). Anyway, there are a couple good places to stop and practice log-overs, and balance on the boardwalks, and some good flow trails. What to bring: Plenty of water, helmet (no helmet no ride), your mtb of course!, multi-tool (although you can borrow mine), patch kit, extra tube (make sure it has the same valve you need for your wheel), a snack if you're doing both loops. Here at MVD MTB'ers meetup page, we always appreciate any feedback, write a group review!( Here (http://www.meetup.com/MVDMountainBikers/about/comments/?op=all) )

White Clay Creek State Park

White Clay Creek (Middle Run lot)

It's time, it's time to visit the wonderful trails of White Clay Creek. Meeting at 8:30am rolling by 9am sharp! Distance: We are looking at about 18 miles, hope you have the legs for it! Pace: It will be mostly Intermediate, there are no big climbs like Patapsco, but I can remember a couple that were memorable, but not too bad. About the trails: Flowy single track, very much like Rosaryville, but longer. Climbs are somewhat similar. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ugW-ibEMLZQ Route:https: //www.strava.com/activities/[masked] What to bring: Plenty of water, it's starting to warm up, and there are no water stops. Bring a snack, 18 miles may take a while to complete. Multi tool, spare tube, patch kit. Wheels rolling no later than 9am! We want to start early, I know it's far away, but try your best to be there in time to start in time. Where to find us: When on Possum Hollow road, you'll see a gravel road to the left, before the bird sanctuary, look for a red Jeep renegade, or bikes. Meet spot on map is approximate. To get to the exact point, click map link from your phone to navigate. Waiver: Mountain biking is a risky sport, By signing up for this meetup you are agreeing to our waiver located here: http://www.meetup.com/MVD-Mountain-Bikers/pages/Standard_Waiver_for_Meetup_Rides/

Fairland Ride (Parking at the ice house!)

The Gardens Ice House

Waiver: Mountain biking is a risky sport, By signing up for this meetup you are agreeing to our waiver located here: http://www.meetup.com/MVD-Mountain-Bikers/pages/Standard_Waiver_for_Meetup_Rides/ Lights are required to complete the second loop. Please be advised there have been break ins at Fairland and the Ice house side is no safe place either. Don't leave any valuables and report suspicious persons to the authorities. It's better to park near other cars so it will discourage anyone from breaking in. Please comment on what time you will be attending when you RSVP. Video of Fairland from a couple of years ago, first loops tends to be like the video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oo0pq6ygIbw About Fairland: 95% non-technical ride with few major climbs and no mandatory obstacles (they all have ride-arounds). Promise, no rocks. None! (there is one section of busted-up concrete, but it's not rocks, and it's only 10-15 feet long). Anyway, there are a couple good places to stop and practice log-overs, and balance on the boardwalks, and some good flow trails. First loop (About 5 Miles) Moderate/Fast: This pace will try to not stop often, only to let the last rider catch up or mechanicals. This pace is for those that are intermediate riders wishing to push themselves a bit further, or need a training loop. This ride would be consider Advanced due to the pace, 10mph or so. 2nd Loop is slower than the first but still a challenge: We wait up at intersections to let all riders catch up. True beginners or newbies may want to consider joining Tommy's casual ride on Thursdays before trying to hang with the Tuesday crew. If you have a good amount of rides under your belt and can average 7mph or better on singletrack trails, and take small brakes, then you will probably will be able to hang. This loop is more for intermediate riders. 2nd loop shooting for wheels rolling at 6:30pm. Group splitting is very likely if we have 15+ riders joining us. Riders with leading rides knowledge are welcomed to help me out leading or sweeping. What to bring: Plenty of water, helmet (no helmet no ride), your mtb of course!, multi-tool (although you can borrow mine), patch kit, extra tube (make sure it has the same valve you need for your wheel), a snack if you're doing both loops. Here at MVD MTB'ers meetup page, we always appreciate any feedback, write a group review!( Here (http://www.meetup.com/MVDMountainBikers/about/comments/?op=all) )

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MVD/PAD Hump Day in Patapsco (From Rockburn Elementary)

Rockburn Elementary School

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