From the people who brought you #DowntownDownhill, Tuesday night rides and multi-use trails throughout Knoxville’s Urban Wilderness… comes a new improvement project for us ALL! Not only will Marie Myers Park be a #yearroundgetdown, but you could be shredding it on a brand spanking new bike from AMBC, Transition, and Tennessee Valley Bicycles! ENTER NOW!
Southern Comfort: A Fall Roadtrip in the Deep South
In which our pal Shaggy leads his host around Knoxville and some of our neighboring trail systems.
Read Southern Comfort: A Fall Roadtrip in the Deep South at Pinkbike →
Spend the day with us at Baker Creek Preserve on November 3 for the NINTH ANNUAL AMBC Fall Festival!
Rides. Shops. Vendors. Beer. Food trucks. Live music. Camping. AMBC Merch.
All the friends.
Thursday, May 24th, 2018 at The Standard at 416 W. Jackson Avenue. Doors open at 6pm, films roll at 7.
The GiddyUP! Film Tour brings bike lovers together for a party featuring the best mountain bike short films from across the globe.
Appalachian Mountain Bike Club
We’ll hand out some killer door prizes!
$15 for the films / $25 for Films and a Sweet P’s BBQ Plate.
Beverages available from Yee-Haw Brewing and Knoxville Beverage Company
AMBC Swag will be available for purchase
Singletracks recently rated Knoxville #4 on their list of 10 Best US Mountain Bike Towns With the Lowest Cost of Living
…With over 200 miles of singletrack within 25 miles of downtown, there’s so, so much more to be ridden! Charlie Morgan, Knoxville local and freelance writer for Singletracks.com, recommends checking out “Barn Burner at Baker’s Creek (Devil’s Racetrack for experts), South Loop, Ross Marble, Flow at Mead’s Quarry, and Lost Chromosome at Fork of The River WMA.”