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Mountain Bike Trails

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Mountain Bike Trails

Five single-track mountain bike trails are open year-round in Milwaukee County Parks. The Metro Mountain Bikers provide trail-condition updates.

Kegel Alpha Mountain Bike Trail

The Kegel Alpha Trail is a 4-mile, single-track, narrow trail in Franklin, with a few steep or rocky segments. Mountain bikes ride counterclockwise. Please do not use this trail when wet.

Trailhead: 6740 S. 92 St. Whitnall Park (park in the Whitnall Park Golf Course parking lot)
Difficulty: Both easy and challenging loops  
Length: 4 miles, mostly single-track

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Hoyt Mountain Bike Trail

Close to Hoyt Park in Wauwatosa, this trail is a fun, short, mostly single-track trail along the wooded banks of the Menomonee River. Mountain bikes ride counterclockwise. Please do not use this trail when wet. Trails are free and open to the public from dawn until 10 p.m. but may be closed for special events.

Trailhead: 1800 Swan Blvd., near the parking lot
Difficulty: Both easy and more challenging sections
Length: 2.5 miles, mostly single-track

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Oak Hill Mountain Bike Trail

Oak Hill Trail, north of Currie Park in Wauwatosa, is a moderately technical, though fairly flat, ride along the west side of the Menomonee River. The trail is mostly single-track with some tight and twisty climbs, boardwalk bridges and even a couple of water crossings. Mountain bikes ride clockwise. Please do not use this trail when wet.


Trailhead: 4000 N. Menomonee River Parkway, Wauwatosa (just north of Capitol Drive & Menomonee River Parkway)
Difficulty: Both easy and challenging loops, moderately technical, fairly flat
Length: 4.6 miles, mostly single-track
 

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Bubba's Woods Mountain Bike Trail 

Bubba's Woods Trail, Wauwatosa, is a mostly flat, tight single-track. It is level with a few short intermediate obstacles that can easily be walked (no workarounds). The trail is stewarded by Metro Mountain Bikers.

Trailhead: West Burleigh Street, east of the Menomonee River Parkway
Difficulty: Easy to intermediate
Length: 1.5 miles, single-track 

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River Glen Mountain Bike Trail 

This approximately one-mile trail is between Green Tree Road and Good Hope Road in Glendale, WI. It is maintained by the Metro Milwaukee Mountain Bikers club. It can be accessed by bike from the Oak Leaf Trail, at the corner of Green Tree & Milwaukee River Parkway, or by the Parkway & Good Hope Road.

The trail is relatively flat and easy, and great for multiple laps. No real features exist other than one optional dirt jump near the river and some logs put down where mud is prevalent.

Trailhead: Milwaukee River Parkway & Green Tree Road 
Difficulty: Easy
Length: 1.1mi 

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MILWAUKEE COUNTY PARKS

9480 W. Watertown Plank Road
Wauwatosa, WI 53226
(414) 257-PARK (7275)


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