Sugar Bottom Mountain Bike Trails
The Sugar Bottom trail system was established in 1990 and has continued to expand over the years. Thanks to Iowa Coalition of Off-Road Riders (ICORR) volunteers’ trail work it currently consists of about 12 miles of pure single track goodness. The trails are actively maintained by ICORR volunteers and are built to minimize erosion and environmental impact. Please ride only on the designated trails when they are officially open. (Riding off the trails or when the trails are closed is subject to a fine)
Trail maps are available and we recommend carrying a printed version the first time you visit the trails. Also please read our Trail Usage Guidelines before you ride and above all please wear a helmet and be safe!
About the Trail System
|North & South Trails
The trail system is divided into north and south sections with all trails connecting to a central backbone gravel road.
|Single Track Trails
All trails are one way single track unless otherwise marked during high water access periods.
|Trail Signs & Numbering
Trails are numbered and have signs marking their difficulty level. The trail maps have all the trail numbers and difficulties identified.