Category : Trails

Harbins Work Party – Saturday, August 20th 9-noon

Fellow Mountain Bikers and Volunteers! GATR is pleased to announce the first work party, scheduled for Saturday August 20th from 9am to 12pm. Lunch will be provided! The trail maintence will happen at Harbins park. Please meet us at 845am at the bathrooms/main sign area for further instructions! We will divide up the group, and […]

GA State Parks Proposed $2 Trail User Fees for Mountain Biking.

Please plan to attend a meeting and submit written comments to with a CC to comments at   Public Meetings Set to Discuss New Bike Trail Fees in State Parks ATLANTA, December 20, 2011 — The Georgia Department of Natural Resources (DNR) has scheduled two public meetings to discuss proposed mountain bike trail […]

We have new contact pages for the park coodinators.

You can now contact the park coordinators via a contact form linked under contacts and each park to report down trees and other trail obstacles in need of maintenance. Please be descriptive when reporting the problems.

Forest Service seeks comments on trails. Effort is to improve trail quality of the Chattahoochee-Oconee National Forest. By Tricia L. Nadolny POSTED: March 6, 2011 11:47 p.m. Public meeting on national forest trails What: A meeting to seek public comment on the management of trails in the Chattahoochee-Oconee National Forest. When: 7 p.m. Tuesday Where: North Georgia Technical College Clegg Building auditorium, 1500 Ga. 197 N, Clarkesville, GA More info: […]

GATR is working with Gwinnett County Parks Foundation and REI to repair flood damage at Yellow River Park.

March 19, 9:00am-noon – Park’nership Join us in beautifying Gwinnett’s parks! An exciting and rewarding opportunity to come together and serve with other volunteers to revitalize the trails and repair flood damage. All ages, call 770.418.2331 for more information or to register. Sponsored by REI. Yellow River Park, 3232 Juhan Road, Stone Mountain. Perimeter REI […]

Harbins MB5 – Call for Volunteers

Attention GATR’s, The news most of us have been waiting for is here now. MB5 is very close to being finished and ready to start riding. SAI Trails has posted a call for volunteers on the SORBA/GATR forum to help assist in getting the trail finished up and ready. So when the rain goes away and the dirt dries, anyone who would like to give a couple hours of there time out there is free to do so. So when the rain goes away and the dirt dries, anyone who would like to give a couple hours of there time out there is free to do so.

Southern Mountain Bike Summit – March 25 – 27th – Brevard, NC

Attend the premiere of the Southern Mountain Bike Summit! Join land managers, industry leaders, politicians, and fellow mountain bikers in the scenic mountains of western North Carolina to teach, learn, meet, greet, ride, and grow the sport of mountain biking in the Southeast. Connect with friends, old and new, as you make mountain biking in your region exceptional. Y’all come get some GRITS (Great Riding In The South).