To promote and create mountain biking opportunities in Missoula and surrounding areas through trail building, stewardship, advocacy, and outreach
We envision a Missoula where mountain bikers are the most thoughtful, informed, and engaged group of users on the trail. We envision a progressive, forward-looking trail system that connects western Montana communities; bike-specific trails on public land; and land management that embraces mountain biking as a trusted partner and valuable presence. We envision a future in which local leaders understand and invest in trails-based recreation, and where our work will provide benefits well beyond our membership. Quite simply, we envision a Missoula made better by trails.
We create an inclusive social fabric that brings the mountain bike community together.
We serve our community by connecting and educating our membership while creating and maintaining our trail networks.
We collaborate to plan trails with land managers and other trail user groups to work towards achieving the community's vision of a comprehensive trail network.
We bring a history of successful trail project work, including navigation of the public processes required to build and maintain trails and the expertise necessary for fine-grained design and project management.
We are committed to building a solid foundation that fosters leadership, trust, and fiscal responsibility for the future.
MTB Missoula . . .
built Missoula’s first public, sanctioned bike-specific trails
maintains over 100 miles of local and backcountry singletrack
protects access to beloved alpine rides through proactive participation in planning and management collaboratives
builds community through member gatherings, guided rides for MTB beginners and those new to the area, coalition building with other trail users, races, and other events
elevated Missoula to the world stage by hosting the 2017-18 Collegiate National Championships and a UCI sanctioned Mountain Bike Stage Race
is playing an active, leadership role in developing the next generation of Missoula’s trails and open space legacy at Mount Dean Stone
provides expertise, guidance, and support for nearby trail development projects in Philipsburg, Seeley Lake, Lincoln, surrounding National Forests and State Parks