|Mitchell Memorial Forest
|Two loops, roughly 4 miles each, with lots of roots and rocks. One intermediate loop and one more advanced loop with off-camber rocky sections.
Mitchell Memorial Forest is located at Mitchell Memorial Forest Mountain Bike Trailhead, 5281-5112 Mitchell Memorial Dr, Cleves, OH 45002
Please check Mitchell Memorial Facebook Page before you ride to make sure the trails are open.
Harbin Park includes a ¾-mile easy trail, a ¾-mile moderate trail, and a 4.4-mile challenging trail that will push your cross-country skills to the max with lots of punchy climbs, tight turns, and rooty drop-offs.
Please check Harbin Facebook Page before you ride to make sure the trails are open.
5 minutes from downtown Cincinnati, Devou is home of the region’s longest climbs and fastest descends. Lots of pumpy flow trail, jumps, and berms.
Devou Park is located at Devou Park Hiking/Biking Trailhead, Unnamed Road, Ludlow, KY 41016t Covington, KY. Get Directions
Please check Devou Park Facebook Page before you ride to make sure the trails are open.
Featuring over twenty miles of both older and newer designs, Hueston Woods contains several older, tighter, steeper trails as well as newer IMBA style trails providing greater flow and more gradual elevation changes.
Hueston Woods is located at Hueston Woods Mountain Bike Trailhead, College Corner, OH 45003 College Corner, OH. Get Directions
Please check Hueston Woods Facebook Page before you ride to make sure the trails are open.
|Versailles State Park
These days the rolling hills of Ripley County are offering more than just a scenic drive. People from across the Midwest are recognizing Versailles for its varied terrain and challenging mountain bike trails. With over fourteen miles of mostly intermediate trails, riders can expect to find tough, yet sustainable climbs with challenging rock sections. Trail built along a cliff side will not only leave riders in awe of the scenery, but the quality of trails built here.
Please check Versailles State Park Facebook Page before you ride to make sure the trails are open.
EI has 12 miles of multi-purpose trails for hiking, biking, trail running, dog walking, and other activities. Mountain bikers can enjoy a wide variety of terrain, from smoother beginner trails to expert single-track. There’s also a pump track and bike park.
England Idlewild Park is located atEngland Idlewild Mountain Bike Trailhead, Burlington, KY 41005
Please check England Idlewilds Facebook Page before you ride to make sure the trails are open.
Tough climbs followed by tough descents on the tallest ascents in the Cincinnati Area. Situated very close to downtown and featuring some gravel roads that remain open year-round for those wishing to partake in hill-repeat workouts.
Tower Park is located at Tower Park Mountain Bike Trailhead, Cochran Ave, Fort Thomas, KY 41075
Please check Tower Park Facebook Page before you ride to make sure the trails are open.
|East Fork State Park
The trails careen around the ridges overlooking East Fork Lake and are some of the most scenic in the region. Lots of miles make for a fun day, and on-trail campsites are a favorite with bikepackers.
East Fork State Park is located at Tower Park Mountain Bike Trailhead, Cochran Ave, Fort Thomas, KY 41075
Please check East Fork Facebook Page before you ride to make sure the trails are open.
|Landen Deerfield Park
Though there’s not a lot of mileage, there’s a lot of action on these trails. Some include flowy, bermy trails with table-tops, and gap jumps while others feature tough, tight, rocky trails, and punchy climbs.
Landen Deerfield Park is located at Landen Deerfield Mountain Bike Trailhead, 8111 Saddleback Pl, Maineville, OH 45039
Please check Landen Deerfield Facebook Page before you ride to make sure the trails are open.
The over 7,900 acres of Caesar’s make it one of the largest parks in the state. The Campground Loop is easy, but the other three loops are incredibly rugged and technical and intended for riders with a high level of experience. Very steep grades, streams, fallen trees, and other hazards are prevalent.
Caesar Creek is located at Harveysburg Road MTB Trail Head, 5563-5679 Harveysburg Rd, Waynesville, OH 45068
Please check Caesar Creek Facebook Page before you ride to make sure the trails are open.
|There are two parks with trails in Milford. Most of the trails are at Terrell Park, with sandy river-bottom soil that drains quickly and is easy to ride for the whole family. Carriage Park is riding distance away and has more clay soil with tighter tougher climbs.
Milford Trails is located at Terrell Park Trailhead, 130 Longworth St, Milford, OH 45150
Please check Milford Trails Facebook Page before you ride to make sure the trails are open.
Mount Airy Forest
|Situated right next to I-74 is home to the first mountain bike trail in the city of Cincinnati. We finished construction of over 5 miles of intermediate singletrack with advanced features in March of 2022. In those 5 miles, the trails reward riders with some of the longest continuous downhills in the area with jump lines and berms for tight corners after the long climbs. Hikers and runners are greeted with waterfalls, creek crossings, challenging hills, and eagle scout benches to rest and take it all in.
Mount Airy Forest is located at Mt. Airy Mountain Bike Trailhead, 2145 W Fork Rd, Cincinnati, OH 45211
Please check Mount Airy MTB Trails before you ride to make sure the trails are open.
Premier Health Bike Park
|The 45-acre park includes various off-road bike trails and features, including two paved pump tracks, a mountain bike skills course, jump lines, perimeter trail, cyclocross features, and a mountain bike trail.
Premier Health Bike Park is located at Lebanon MTB Park, 475 E Turtlecreek Union Rd, Lebanon, OH 45036
Please check Premier Health Bike Park before you ride to make sure the trails are open.
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