Mountain bike enthusiasts can find a never-ending supply of downhill adventures this summer in Fountain Hills. Choose from different mountain biking events, from lift-served, cross country and freestyle terrain with accessibility for all rider levels. From a beginner to an experienced rider, you might just discover your newest athletic addiction this summer.
Trail Bike Rides at McDowell Mountain Regional Park– June 2 & 23, 2018
Start your weekend off with an enjoyable bike ride on McDowell Mountain Regional Park’s beginner-friendly trails! If you want to do some trail riding but feel a little uncertain and don’t want to go alone, then join us! We will help you learn the trails and build confidence on your bike. Meet at 7:00 am at the Visitor Center.
McDowell Mountain Cycles Road Ride
Are you an early bird? Then this bike ride is for you. Join the McDowell Mountain Cycles Road Ride every Saturday morning at 6:30 am at McDowell Mountain Cycles. Rides are typically 40 to 50 miles, and finish back at Starbucks for coffee and snacks. As always, bring a helmet, flat-fixing stuff, and a smile and let’s have some fun on bikes!
McDowell Mountain Cycles TNR Ride on Tuesday Nights
Night riding is a fun way to take an all-ability mountain bike ride that’s become a staple of Fountain Hills. Ride your favorite trails and mellow terrains of McDowell Mountain Regional Park. Rides vary from week to week. If you want to ride fast, don’t worry. You’ll have someone to chase, or if you want to ride slow, you’ll have someone who will tag along. Bottom line here, no one rides alone. Join other bike riders every Tuesday at 7:00 pm at the Four Peaks lot, and make sure to bring your helmet, lights, and a smile.
Wednesday’s Women’s MTB Ride
Have you always wanted to crush single-track on a mountain bike? Then Wednesday’s ladies’ mountain bike ride is for you. If you’re new to mountain biking, or interested in trying it out, this is a great ride with a small group of fun ladies to help you. Meet at 6:15 pm at the CompetitionLoops lot at McDowell Mountain Regional Park with your helmets, lights, and plenty of water. Bring a snack to share because afterwards we crack open a bottle of wine and relax a bit!