So, what else does Tallahassee have besides tons of fun and challenging mountain biking trails? Glad you asked! Not only are we the capital city of Florida, but we’re also home to Florida State University and Florida A&M University.
We’re lucky to have year-round warm weather, and that means lots of excuses to be outdoors. Between festivals, sporting events, and local attractions, there’s something fun happening practically every day. Plus, our vibrant art, delicious food, and ever-growing local beer scene mean there’s always something new to discover. Tallahassee is home to several breweries with more on the way. What better way to kick back and cool off after a long day on the trail?
Tallahassee is an outdoor lover’s paradise. Through the ongoing commitment of Leon County officials, we are dedicated to the promotion and support of our mountain biking community. So, load up the bike, pack up your gear, and head to Florida’s mountain biking capital. See you on the trail!
Not all of Florida is flat! Our huge variety of trails and diverse terrain make us the ideal destination for riders of all experience levels.
Some of our longer cross-country trails and greenways connect different parks and parts of the city. These are perfect for beginners, adventurous families, or anyone just wanting to get out and casually explore.
If you’re a more experienced rider wanting something a little bumpier, you’re in luck. You can enjoy single tracks, loops, multi-use trails, and even a new asphalt pump track at Tom Brown Park. And if you really want to test your mountain biking mettle, you’ll find gnarly technical trail features (TTFs) like switchbacks, log rides, step-ups, rollercoasters, wall rides, and more across our entire trail system.
Tallahassee Mountain Bike Association
Affiliated with the Southern Off-road Bicycle Association (SORBA) and the International Mountain Bike Association, this local, member-driven club exists to protect access to trails, advocate for new trail development, host events large and small, and in general have a good time doing what we love, riding mountain bikes.
TMBA volunteers, in cooperation with land managers (COT, Leon County, State and Federal government) manage and maintain our trails according to best practice guidelines developed and taught by IMBA.
From standing weekly rides to audacious annual events, TMBA is rolling out from somewhere and welcomes riders of any skill level to get involved.