- MTB Kingston is a Members Only trail network, set completely on private land. WE ARE NOT A DESTINATION TRAIL NETWORK.
- Upon completion of our online registration and waiver, Members Must Pick Up Their Membership Tag Prior to Riding On Any MTB Kingston Property
- Membership tags Must Be Clearly Visible From Behind At All Times, affixed to your seat rails.
- Obviously, Helmets Are Required!
- Maximum speed on the laneway leading into the farm is 30 km/h† or slower to prevent raising dust.
- Trails are directional, travel only in the direction of trail maker arrows. Trails are not directional during night-time hours when lights are required and all trail users are using lights. Right-of-way belongs to riders travelling in the arrowed direction.
- Riders under 12 years of age shall be accompanied by a parent or guardian.
- Only bicycles designed for off-road use should be used on the trails. Walking, trail running or hiking is not permitted on MTB Kingston trails during the regular season.
- Riders should use protective eyewear, gloves, elbow pads, and knee pads.
- Do not ride when trails are excessively wet. If conditions are such that tires or shoes are leaving tracks, do not use the trails.
- It is recommended that riders be certified in Basic First Aid.
- Riders should carry a cell phone.
- For emergencies call 911.
- All accidents that result in injury shall be reported to one of the Club Board Members.
- Report all hazards to a Club Board Member.
- Ride only on the designated track and do not create new tracks.
- Riders shall obey all signs and trail boundaries.
- Respect other riders. Faster riders shall announce on which side you intend to do so when passing.
- Well behaved trail dogs are permitted on all trails south of the barn, but must return via the Demo Loop (Beer Me) climb, and must be leashed upon entering, within, and upon exiting the parking area. No dogs are permitted on trails north of the barn.
- All riders shall obey the rules and leave the trails if instructed by a board member or Trail Ambassador.
- Anyone not displaying member identification will be asked to leave the trail until they can provide a valid member ID.
- MTB Kingston is not responsible for loss, theft, or damage to bikes and equipment or other personal effects.
- MTB Kingston members are welcome to camp in the parking area surrounding the clubhouse only. No camping is allowed on the Collins Lake, Pete’s Loop, Ridge, Rooney’s or Route 66 properties.
MTB Kingston reserves the right to cancel membership or suspend trail privileges of any member found to be disobeying the rules, cycling in an unsafe manner, or damaging property.
Trail conditions will be posted when available on the MTB Kingston website. If conditions are such that tires or shoes are leaving tracks, do not use the trails.