Milford Bike Fest & Trail Challenge
Saturday, June 1 @ 8:00 am - 6:00 pm
Come join us for a day of riding bikes around Milford’s well-connected trail system! First Saturday of June!
Did you know that 5 single track mountain bike trails are fully accessible from Downtown Milford? Join the Motor City Mountain Biking Association for the Milford Bike Fest and Trail Challenge as we showcase some of our favorite mountain bike trails, raise money for trail maintenance and youth cycling, and then celebrate by supporting local downtown establishments!
Tailor your ride from family-friendly, paved-path rides to an all-day epic adventure combining all 5 trails and totaling up to 100 miles.
Start in Downtown Milford and Create Your Own Adventure with fellow riders across the vast trail system. After riding, jgrag some nourishment from the local establishments and celebrate a day well spent exploring and enjoying the trail system.
This event is not a race; all skill levels are welcome to this Bike Fest and Trail Challenge. Visit the links on the left to learn more about the connected trail system and how to prepare for the event. Back this year is the 100-mile challenge! Head over to the link on the left to learn more about how to complete this epic adventure!
The cost is $20 per person during pre-registration. You’ll get a beverage ticket*, a map booklet, name plate for your bike, and a warm fuzzy feeling that all proceeds will go to improving and building new singletrack in the area. As always, youth 15 and under are free with a adult registration! Day-of registration jumps to $25.
*You’ll receive one beverage ticket that will be good for a beer from the MCMBA Beer Tent at Main Street Grill (graciously provided by River’s Edge Brewing!), or a pop from Main Street Grill. Additional beverages will be available for purchase from Main Street Grill or other downtown establishments. We’ll do our best to accommodate everyone, but the MCMBA Beer Tent will be first-come, first-served.
Event proceeds will benefit cycling in Southeast Michigan! Visit “About the MCMBA” trail advocacy in the metro Detroit area.