Mountain Biking

Mountain Biking Program Overview

Blackhawk members have access to a network of mountain bike trails for riders of all abilities.  Over the past few years, we have transformed our trails from the “old school” rocky, rutted, fall-line style to new “flow trails” that are wide, fun, fast, and sustainable!  We’re open both summer and winter, with occasional closings due to rain or icy conditions.  Any club member can use the trails.  Summer Mountain Bike memberships ($25/student, $45/single, $90/family) are available for those who wish to use the club only during the mountain bike season (April 1-October 31), and Winter Fat Bike memberships ($25/single, $50/family) are available for those who wish to use the club only during the winter "Fat Bike" season (November 1-March 31). 
For more information, visit our Facebook page at: or join the "Blackhawk Mountain Bike Members" Facebook Group at:

Plans for Summer of 2021

We have plans to continue our programs and to improve our trails this summer. See below for more information about summer programs. Our first big project involves removing the dead ash trees (100s of them) along the Howling Wolff trail. This trail may be closed as this work is being completed. The second major project is to complete the two downhill trails in the Gully. Finally, we plan to have several trail work days this spring. Please stay tuned for announcements. More information is available at:

Mountain Biking Lessons

Blackhawk offers Youth Mountain Bike Lessons during the summer. Check out this video:
For more information, go to: Youth Programs > Mountain Bike Lessons

Trail Conditions

Please check out the trail conditions at the CORP-sponsored website - And while you're there, please consider joining CORP - to promote local trails and programs. 

Winter Fat Biking

Blackhawk offers winter fat biking from November 1 to March 31 each year. Memberships are available starting in September. For more information, go to:

Mountain Bike Trail Funding

Please help us builld and maintain our trails. Considering matching your membership with an equal size donation. Come out to volunteer to help maintain our trails. Or join our list of Trail Supporters by making a larger donation. For more information ahout how we pay for our trails, see:

Mountain Biking History at Blackhawk 

Check out our mountain biking program history:

Questions? Comments? Want to Donate or Volunteer? 

Check out our FAQs at: Membership FAQs

Or contact our trail steward, Pat Remington, at