From June 15th to July 29th, MORC challenges our community to visit each and every park within the 'MORC Family of Trails'

Utilizing the MTBProject app, users who "check-in" to all 12 MORC Trails between June 15th & July 29th will be eligible to receive a special gift, commemorating this achievement- Bonus if you include the Cottage Grove Bike Park!

Keep track! Use this handy spoke card to check-off your to-do list. Print it on card stock, laminate, and lodge it between your spokes - be sure to get it in there good, now, so it doesn't fall out on the trail!

ride em all spoke card



What is the Ride’Em All Challenge?
  • MORC has 13 riding destinations (12 single track, 1 bike park)
  • Visit ALL of them between June 15 and July 29 to complete the challenge
  • Completing the challenge gets you swag and makes you eligible for prizes
  • Visiting SOME of them gets you eligible for some prizes and some swag
  • Trails will still be open or closed due to local trail conditions so be sure to check the site for closures before heading out
Why do the Ride’Em All Challenge?
  • We have 100 miles of single track in the Twin Cities - time to celebrate!
  • We want to encourage riders to visit new trails that they may not have before or not in awhile
  • Maybe you find a new favorite
  • Maybe you win something!
Do you have to be a current MORC member to participate or be eligible for prizes?
How do I participate?
  • Sign up through our partner, MTB Project ( use group code: MORC2017
  • Create an account or login in to your existing account
  • Download the MTB Project app
  • Check in at the trailhead when you ride the trail
  • (If you forget, checkins can be added later on the desktop site)
  • Register anytime between 6/15 and 7/29
  • All checkin’s need to be complete by 7/29 at 1pm to eligible for prize drawings
  • Completing the Challenge by 7/30 still gets you the achievement swag, just not into the prize drawings
How do I check-in?

How are check-ins verified?
  • A MORC volunteer will monitor trail checkins and keep track
  • It is on the honor system that you actually arrived and rode some of the trail
Do I need to ride every mile of trail for it to count?
  • No, due to the varied skill levels of our ridership it is unreasonable to expect completion of every mile
  • Ride within your own comfort level
  • The point is to get out to each trail during the challenge and discover something new
  • This challenge includes the bike park. Give it a try, you might be able to ride more than you think!
What do I get for participating in the Ride’Em All Challenge
  • The obvious: Sense of accomplishment as well as admiration & praise from your peers
  • Additional prizes are being developed to commemorate your achievement
    Where will the drawing for prizes be held?
    • July 29, at Carver Lake Park, during the Trails Fest 2017 celebration
    • Need not be present to win
    • We will mail your swag or schedule a pickup with you

Have Questions ?