Found these nice pics recently of some fall fatbiking on the Oak Ridge MTB Trail (Winter Fatbike & Snowshoe only) at Birds Hill Prov Park.
Oak Ridge is a terrific MTB singletrack trail developed by the local MTB cycling community and maintained by local volunteers in cooperation with MB Parks.
Oak Ridge Trail has it’s trail head at the Parking Lot shared with the Bur Oak Self-guiding Interpretive Paved Path.
In the past, we used to refer to Oak Ridge as Bur Oak; that is until it was recently named officially by MB Parks as Oak Ridge MTB Trail for use in the summer and in the winter for fatbikes.
Here’s the Oak Ridge Trailhead Sign and a handy Bike Repair Station (with tools and pump):
Here’s a close up of the Oak Ridge Trailhead Sign:
For winter fatbiking the “Minimum Tire Width 3.8 inches” and a recommended tire pressure of 8 PSI or lower to prevent rutting when the trail had been groomed by volunteers and Park staff.
Here’s the same sign with my addition of Red Letters and Highlights for emphasis:
Btw, here’s the link to the TrailForks online info page for the Oak Ridge Trail:
Here’s handy satellite view of the Oak Ridge Trail:
Have fun out there on the Oak Ridge Trail whether you are on a MTB, Plus Bike or a Fatbike.
*** BUT once the snow arrives and the trail is packed and groomed (by volunteers and park staff) … it’s time for Fatbikes Only.
Cheers, Fat Tom K