Harbins Park opened March 21, 2009 with 3 mountain bike trails. The trails are commonly referred to as MB1-MB3. The forth trail MB4 opened in June 2009. In March 2011 the fifth trail, MB5 opened. All five sections were built by Steele & Associates Inc. with consultation help by SORBA GATR. The trails are on average 18″-3′ wide, but will shrink down to 18″ or so as the new foliage comes in.
There are some fantastic scenic views. And for those into riding instead of looking you do have about 11 miles of nice single track (MB 1 is 1.1 miles, MB2 is about 2 miles, MB3 is 3.7 miles, MB4 is over 3.5 miles) that makes a great ride. MB1 is good for beginners or just a warm up. MB2 adds a little challenge in there with some dips and small whoops along with some tight turns. MB3 is a long loop that runs downhill on one side, and up the other. MB4 is the more advanced area with three different downhill lines to choose from, along with 3 1/2 miles of XC trail. It has features for many levels of skill. MB5 is a double lariat of 7 miles. The ride out will get your heart thumping. This trail is for the fitness guru.
This trail system is worth another look if you have only been there once. Many things have been changed since the opening! Check out this cool video review from Singletracks.com.