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Black Sheep Mountain Bike Club Trails


Blacksheep Mountain Bike Club was started in 1998 by a rowdy bunch of highschoolers to race XC in Thunder Bay.  We have evolved over the years to promote the sport of mountain biking; running a series of fun events, races, regularly scheduled social rides, as well as building and maintain the trail network in Trowbridge Forest and Shuniah Mines.

Mountain biking is at an all-time high in Thunder Bay and the club is making its presence known in the community. A primary focus of the club today is trail development and improvement. We are currently working on completing the Trowbridge Forest Master Plan which will add an additional 15km+ of multi-use and mountain bike trails to our system. The new trails planned vary from multi-use trails, green level flow trails, to expert downhill gravity trails.  Make sure to check out the Trails page on our website and find out more about the work being done and how you can help out.

Blacksheep is a volunteer-run not-for-profit and we could use your help at our events and trail building days. Becoming a Blacksheep club member is a great way to support trail development and mountain biking and also get access to lots of great events held each season!

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