Membership Tag & Trail Pass

Membership Options plus HST and service fee.

  • $140 Family Membership
  • $65 Adult Membership
  • $45 Student Membership
  • $25 Youth Membership (Under 18)
  • $90 Adult and Youth Memberships
  • $115 Adult and 2 Youth Memberships

A current MTB Kingston Membership tag MUST be visible at all times to access any MTB Kingston trail properties.

For insurance purposes, every person, regardless of activity, must have a tag visible. The purchase of a membership tag is an investment that protects you, the club, and the landowners.

Every person, whether on a bike, skis, snowshoes, running shoes or no shoes, must be registered.  Insurance is associated with the individual.

Every member must agree to the release agreement at the time of registration. “The term “Mountain Biking” shall include all activities, services and use of facilities either provided by or arranged by the Releasees, including, but not limited to: orientation and instruction sessions; recreational activities undertaken during the event, tour; travel by mountain bike; all travel either within or beyond the designated boundaries, including in the backcountry and on logging roads and trails.”

2023 MTB Kingston Memberships are valid until April 30, 2024.  Winter Price Reduction on 2023 memberships will take effect on November 1, 2023. 

Existing members may request a guest pass here. The unique guest tag must be picked up from and returned to Subaru of Kingston within 48 hours of the date collected. A guest is allowed once per season, and passes are first come-first served on any given date. This is not a day pass, as guests must be accompanied by a member in good standing.

Membership Tag Pick Up Locations:  

Once you have completed your registration, please visit any of the following locations to collect your MTB Kingston Membership Tag.

Subaru of Kingston:

Our Fantastic Local Bike Shops:

Please refer to the above images as an example of the correct and incorrect way to mount a MTB Kingston Membership Tag to your seat rails. The image on the left is an example of what not to do, as the ring will have warped when spread around the seat rail, allowing the tag to simply spin off when riding over bumps. This is MTB, folks, we have lots of bumps.