Crew Leader Training for Trails

Accept the Challenge – become a trained and qualified Trail Crew Leader!  Mixed spring conditions on our public mtb trails show us where we can help with volunteer trail maintenance.  We also have new trail construction to complete at Young Gulch this season.  When we volunteer in the spirit of stewardship, we maintain trail access, and earn… Read More

2018 Board Election Candidate Statements

Read the statements of those who are running for the Overland Board of Directors in the 2018 Fall election: http://overlandmtb.org/about-us/board-candidate-statements/

Lory Trails Day – Saturday, October 20, 2018!

Last Volunteer Trail Day of the Season! Winter made a brief appearance, but sunshine and temps return this week – just in time for our final trail day at Lory State Park!  Always a fun time to exemplify our commitment to trails stewardship, and give Lory’s trails some much needed Love!  A little volunteer work, a big… Read More

Fall Take a Kid Mountain Biking Day is Saturday, September 29th – This Year in Conjunction with the Tooth or Consequences Mountain Bike Festival

That’s right, the 2018 Fall Take a Kid Mountain Biking Day will take place the morning of the festival day of the Tooth or Consequences Mountain Bike Festival.  More fun for everyone!  Bring your kids out for a fun morning of mountain biking at Lory State Park in Fort Collins on Saturday, September 29, 2018.  This… Read More

Curt Gowdy Volunteer Trail Day 2 – Saturday, August 25th – Sign Up Now!

If you love riding the trails at Curt Gowdy State Park, it’s time to give back by joining us for a volunteer trail day at Gowdy with our friends from the Cheyenne Mountain Bike Club. In conjunction with Wyoming State Parks, we will be holding our second joint Gowdy trail day on Saturday, August 25th…. Read More

Gowdy campout update

We will be camped in the meadow to the north of where we traditionally camp. To get there, drive to the traditional camping spot and continue north on the two track road for another 300 yards. If anyone tries to camp in the traditional spot, you will be asked to move to the new area.