Warm weather means the end of winter riding. Please be patient and do not ride during the next month or two while the trails dry out.
In the recent years, we have been able to open things up around May 1st. The green trail will likely be ready before that, but the single track, especially on the north side, takes some time to thaw and dry out.
With the recent ski trail work, the double track will not be a good alternative this spring. Explore the fantastic gravel roads around Red Wing if you are itching to ride before the trails open up.
Did you know the trails on Sorin’s Bluff are almost entirely built and maintained by volunteers ? These folks are busy, just like everyone else, but they set aside a little bit of time to help make the trails possible. If you can find time to ride, you can find time to invest in the future of the trails. A good rule of thumb is for every 10 hours you spend riding the trails, you should spend at least 1 hour giving back. You can do that, right ?
How do you get involved ? First, join the bike club. By joining, you are investing in us and the work we do to maintain the bike trails.
Second, invest some time to help the club achieve it’s goals. Help with trail work, work one of our events, help us raise money for trail improvement projects, etc. See our calendar link for trail work dates and times.
Click on the contact link on this web page to find out what you can do to get involved and become one of the many volunteers that are stewards of the trails, not just users of the trails.