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Maybury Mountain Bike Trail
Maybury Mountain Bike Trails are located just outside Northville between 7 & 8 mile. The current trail is about 6.5 miles of rolling terrain through the hilly & sometimes gnarly terrain once was once the Maybury Sanatorium. This trail offers challenges for beginner and expert alike. The trail has many natural features mixed into the normal trail which can be bypassed by newer riders. HEADS UP a recreation passport is required for vehicle entry and can be purchased at the park. Mountain bikers are asked to use the entrance off of eight mile. Trail closes for the spring thaw. The trail is open all season long. This track is more technical than flowing, with short straights, and numerous tight turns over roots, rocks, and small steps. There are natural rock and root obstacles and a couple of man made log obstacles that are easily avoided for beginners. The trail has numerous "first aid" exits that lead you back onto the paved trails that loop around the park. These exits are useful if you have bike trouble, if you get tired, or if you have kids that may not be ready to do the full 6 mile trail. This is a popular trail due to its proximity to metro Detroit and is therefore very well maintained with downed trees being cleared within a day or two. All types of riders will appreciate smooth and predictable grades. Some areas require a bit of confidence in climbing & steering, tight corners with gnarly roots. riders will appreciate thin & airy trr cover, not dense. Recommended #SPD #toeclips No Dogs E-Bikes Not Allowed  
DG
The Detroit Greenways Coalition (DGC) works to promote and build a network of greenways, Complete Streets, and bike lanes that will connect people and places, improve the quality of life, beautify neighborhoods, and stimulate neighborhood-level economic development in Detroit. Detroit Greenways Coalition Mission: "Advocating for better bicycling and trails since 2007" Our MISSION is to create, conserve and promote greenways and green spaces in order to connect people, places and nature. Our VISION is a strong, healthy, vibrant City of Detroit and region where a seamless network of greenways, green spaces, blue ways and complete streets is an integral part of people’s active lifestyle including day-to-day transportation and recreation. We will collaborate to create a city-wide and regional Greenway vision, purpose and infrastructure.  Work to develop a collective imagination that is focused on a comprehensive greenway system for the City of Detroit. We strive to foster a collective commitment to the work of planning and building non-motorized connections between all sectors of the City. The PURPOSE of the Detroit Greenways Coalition is to: Provide a collective voice for greenway planning, development and maintenance throughout the city. Share best practices, lessons learned and strengthen communication. Plan physical links between existing greenways. Solve operational challenges such as insurance and maintenance. Raise funds for construction, maintenance, and programming. Advocate for policy change in government that would support greenway efforts. Diversity Equity and Inclusion The Detroit Greenways Coalition recognizes the long-standing and current societal inequities that have their roots in generations of unjust structural barriers, policies, practices, attitudes, language and cultural messages have disproportionately impacted many minority groups. This includes people with disabilities that have been denied access to transportation infrastructure through design.This also includes bicycling advocacy and industry that have designed for and catered to more affluent, experienced bicyclists. We strongly embrace the needs and desires of all trail and bicycle users of all ages and abilities, all races, gender, and ethnicities, as well as all economic backgrounds. We believe we must be intentional and transparent in our commitment to diversity, inclusion and equity in order to achieve our ultimate objective—equal access to greenways and green spaces throughout all of Detroit. We strive to make our commitment to diversity, inclusion and equity evident in our organizational structure and policies; advocacy, programs, outreach activities, communications and publications; and in the composition of our board of directors, staff, and programming participation. We are committed to building an environment where all people feel welcomed, seen, heard and treated fairly. We believe all voices are important and valuable in growing this movement and fulfilling our mission. this is sometext   Board of Directors Al Fields, President Executive Vice President, Computech Elizabeth Iszler, Secretary Chief of Planning and Design for Wayne County Parks Harvey “Chip” Amoe Director of Sustainability, Henry Ford Health System Robert Davis Senior Advisor, Michigan Department of Transportation Gloria Durfield Detroit Divas Cruisers Bike Club Scott Benson Detroit City Council, 3rd District Karen Slaughter-DuPerry Projects/Community Outreach Executive, Detroit RiverFront Conservancy Jeff Herron Board Chair, Detroit Slow Roll Beverly Kindle-Walker Friends of Detroit City Airport CDC, DECC Ryan Myers-Johnson Sidewalk Detroit George Roberts Civic Companies DeWayne Wells Director, Detroit Food and Fitness Collaborative Staff Todd Scott Executive Director page 63