Cloie Creek Park
Cloie Creek Park is TMBR’s first trail and offers 2 1/2 miles of professionally built flow trail/singletrack in Asbury, IA. The trail system is managed by TMBR and will be soon open to the public.
Beverly Park offers 6 miles of singletrack trail on the south side of Cedar Rapids, IA. The trail system is managed by the Cedar Rapids Parks Board and the Linn Area Mountain Bike Association (LAMBA). Beverly Park is approximately a 1.5 hr drive from downtown Dubuque. Please check trail conditions before departing for Beverly.
Scott County Park
Scott County Park offers 10.5 miles of singletrack trails in the county park located west of Park View, IA. The trails system is managed by the Scott County Conservation Board and the Friends of Off-Road Cycling (FORC) group in the quad cities. The trailhead is located near Pride Lake within the park. It is approximately a 1 hour drive from downtown Dubuque. Please check trail conditions before departing for Scott County Park
Sugarbottom Recreational Trails
Sugarbottom Trails are some of the most well established and oldest mountain bike trails in Iowa. They continue to get better with age. Sugarbottom offers over 12 miles of rolling singletrack through pristine evergreens and overlooking the Coralville Reservoir. The trails are managed by The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and the Iowa Coalition of Off Road Riders (ICORR). The Sugarbottom trailhead has water and restrooms. It is approximately a 1.5 hr drive from downtown Dubuque. Please check trail conditions, or call the hotline (319-626-1160) before departing.
Decorah Parks Trail System
Decorah mountain bike trails provide a challenging 10 miles of trails on the bluffs north of town. The trail system is managed by the Decorah City Parks. The layout of this trail system is less organized, so be sure to bring a map. The trailhead is located on Ice Cave Road, and is near Toppling Goliath Brewing Co. It is approximately a 2 hour drive from downtown Dubuque.