What Has Boulder Mountainbike Alliance Done for You?
Do you like riding the Wild Turkey Trail or the Picture Rock Trail at Heil Valley Ranch? Do you prefer heading down south to Doudy Draw, Flatirons Vista, Prarie Vista, the High Plains Trail, or the Springbrook Loop? Maybe your attention turns to the mountains and the West Magnolia or Brainard Lake areas?
Regardless of where you ride, chances are bikes were not allowed there five to ten years ago. Mountain bikers have trails and access in many parts of Boulder County due to BMA's efforts over the last 20 years.
What are we doing now?
Our main focus right now is on the City's North TSA Process and the County's work on Heil 2 to get better riding between Boulder and Lyons. See details here.
We're also doing some work up in the mountains and more details will be forthcoming on that soon.
There are four different agencies which own and maintain the trails in Boulder County. All have staff, decision makers, and elected officials and "processes" that we need to know and understand to get things done on our public lands. That's a lot of conversations over beer and coffee, and also in public meetings, hearings, and public processes.
US Forest Service (USFS)
Boulder County Parks and Open Space (BCPOS)
City of Boulder's Open Space and Mountain Parks (OSMP)
Eldorado Canyon State Park
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more about how you can help!