Unless you are real adventuresome (and there's nothing wrong with that), you probably are going to want to see a map of the trails to know where to ride. Although it is fun to explore, it is not fun to end up on boring doubletrack when there is sweet singletrack a stone's throw away but you don't know about it.

WNYMBA sells a map of the riding in Ellicottville, and one for Sprague Brook and Hunters Creek.  These maps are a major source or revenue for the club, so we urge you stop into a local proprietor in E-ville or Colden to pick up a copy. You can now purchase one of these maps online by clicking here.

We've got maps in a variety of formats.  We've got some maps that are regular images (as png files), and some available as PDFS (note, the PDFs of the maps we sell are viewable, but not printable - please support WNYMBA by purchasing a copy!). We also have maps that can be viewed in google maps (in a web browser) or in the stand alone Google Earth program (coolest program ever written, and it's free!).  And finally, most of our riding areas have been uploaded to the IMBA-affileated MTBProject. These embeded MTBProject maps also link to the MTBProject website where there is more information. And if you are on mobile, download the MTBProject app (available for iOS and Android) so you can use your phone's GPS to follow along on the map.

We don't have all the types of maps for each of the riding areas, but we have at least one type and we are adding more all the time. Click on the trails below and see what maps we have.

Our insurance company has "strongly suggested" that we tell you that Mountain Biking can be dangerous. If you're visiting this site it's very likely that you're already aware that if you insist on having a good time by riding your mountain bike, eventually you will almost certainly fall down and collect any number of boo-boos, dings and injuries, serious or otherwise, but we have to tell you anyway.

Mountain Biking is a potentially hazardous activity carrying a significant risk of bodily injury and even death. Mountain biking should only be undertaken if you have a complete awareness of these risks. You can reduce the level of risk by wearing a helmet and by riding within your own skill level.