SAFETY RULE #1 OF ADAPTIVE MOUNTAIN BIKING IS NEVER EXPLORE NEW SINGLE TRACK FOR THE FIRST TIME ALONE. BE SAFE. NOW GO RIDE!


Rating System

This rating system does not describe difficulty level. It only identifies obstacles and indicates if a support rider is needed. For all other information, such as climb difficulty and staging, please consult your preferred trail information resource. Further information can be found in this trail blog and our trail videos.

⚪️AMTB 1 - No obstacles exist. No support rider needed.

🔵AMTB 2 - some Obstacles Exist. Support rider recommended.

⚫️AMTB 3 - Major obstacles exist. support rider needed.

WARNING: Trails change and the information here can potentially become out-dated. If you have a suggestion, PLEASE let us know!

NOTE: A trail requiring more than one support rider or separation from a rider’s equipment, is deemed expedition level and therefore “impassable” for AMTB. Of course, anything is passable with a crew, gear and proper planning, but this project’s goal is to direct adaptive riders onto trails and routes that provide the best experience for mountain biking, not mountaineering.

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We are working diligently, documenting one trail at a time. Until we can get more trail blogs posted, please watch our UNCUT Trails playlist on YouTube.

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UNCUT TRAIL VIDEOs

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