Mountain Biking

We explore mountain biking trails that wind and carve their way through the beautiful highlands of Pennsylvania.  There is something for everyone here from the thrill-seekers  to those who prefer a more casual pace.  

Year-Round Tuesday Rides

All level of riders welcome!
  • First Tuesday of the month – 5:30 p.m. Highland Park, Richland
  • Second Tuesday of the month – 5:30 p.m. Quemahoning Reservoir
  • Last Tuesday of the month – 5:30 p.m. Laurel Mountain State Park, Laurel Summit Rd. Boswell, PA
  • The other Tuesday rides are TBD and location and time will be emailed to club members prior to those days.
*All rides are weather dependent so keep an eye on your email Tuesdays for changes and cancellations.

Great Places to Ride Where LHORBA builds and Maintains Trails

Bedford Springs
Blue Knob Resort
Blue Knob State Park

Gallitzin State Forest
Highland Park
Laurel Mountain, Forbes State Forest
Quemahoning Reservoir
Raystown Lake
Shawnee State Park
Yellow Creek State Park

Other Suggested Rides in Our Region

Please note that this list links to external websites not maintained by LHORBA.  While we do our best to keep this informaiton up to date we do not have control over what other websites display.

Ohiopyle State Park
Quebec Run Wild Area
Roaring Run Watershed

What you can do to help report and resolve trail maintenance issues:
  • When riding trails in our region, if you find trees down on trails, areas that are growing in and need to be brushed back, or erosion or drainage issues, please contact the LHORBA Key Contact person for that trail system. Contacts are listed on this page.
  • Please get as much specific information as to where the maintenance is needed. If you can, drop a pin with mapping device. Or just note on your cyclometer the number of miles from a known intersection. When you contact the Key Person they will then know exactly where the work needs to be done.
  • If it is a tree down on the trail, please report whether or not a chainsaw or handsaw is required. A 6″ diameter is the cutoff point for a single log with a handsaw. However, if it’s a large tree top with a dozen 4″ and 5″ limbs, a chainsaw may be required.
  • Please consider carrying a small, foldable handsaw when you ride. A lot of branches and trees can be cut with a handsaw instead of a chainsaw. Other trees or branches can be dragged off the trail. Please take time to do this when you encounter debris on the trails.
  • If you aren’t able to take care of the issue at the time of your ride but would be willing to help in the future, please let the LHORBA Key Contact person know. They can always use more help with chainsaws, brushing back the trails, and dragging things off trails.

Thank you for helping to keep the trails clear!

Mountain Biking Contacts

Key Persons Coordinator
Rich Maher

Bedford Springs
Jim Fungaroli

Blue Knob Resort
Mark Taylor

Blue Knob State Park
Kevin Campbell

Forbes State Forest, Friends of Forbes
John Nicholson

Gallitzin State Forest
Tammy Strayer

Highland Park
Rich Maher

Quemahoning Reservoir
Rich Maher

Shawnee State Park
Doug Pauley

State Game Lands & Tools
Dave Tercek

Trail Design
Clark Fisher

Yellow Creek State Park
Aaron Kovach

2024 Schedule

Kick-off Party – Saturday, May 4th

Allegrippis Trail Days – Thursday-Sunday, May 16th-19th

Quemahoning Picnic – Sunday, June 9th

Blue Knob Picnic – Sunday, July 14th

Bike Bash WV – Friday-Sunday, July 19th-21st

Yellow Creek Picnic – Saturday, August 17th

PORC/LHORBA Ride – Sunday, September 8th

PICL Race at Highland Park – Saturday-Sunday, October 5th-6th

Full Calendar

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