The Woods, Mountain Bike Park
Welcome to The Woods Mountain Bike Park, a thriving community project supported by the Central Ohio Mountain Bike Organization (COMBO) and maintained by dedicated volunteers from the Worthington Mountain Bike Park (WMTB). We are proud to be in partnership with the Worthington Parks and Recreation Department, working together to create an accessible and exciting mountain biking experience for everyone in Worthington.
Woods Mountain Bike Park (WMTB) was born from the vision of a Phoenix middle school student who aimed to provide an entry-level mountain biking facility easily accessible to the people of Worthington. Located along the picturesque Olentangy Multi-Use Trail, the park is a community treasure, offering a space for outdoor enthusiasts to connect, challenge themselves, and enjoy the thrill of mountain biking!
Pump Track - White
The pump track was created with care and jumps are perfect for progressing your skills in the air. The pump track rolls fast and has various gaps (not mandatory) for all levels and abilities.
Beginner Trail - Green
Rocket’s Run: The beginner trail consists of a variety of rollers, berms, and banked turns for all ages. The trail is less technical and suitable for progressing your skills.
Intermediate Trail - Blue
Deer Valley: The intermediate trail is slightly more technical and allows riders to gain skills on harder obstacles. Features include Kelly’s Crater (a drop in bowl which can be sessions) log overs, rock gardens, and other natural obstacles. This track is perfect for lapping as it’s shorter and runs faster than the green and black trails.
Advanced Trail - Black
Ten Point Rack: The advanced trail has the biggest features including a 3ft log over and massive concrete rock drop. These features are perfect for advanced riders wanted to get some sweet clips. The trail is single directional and meets up with the Blue trail on the return. When on this trail ride only in the direction of the arrows.
PRE-RIDE, RE-RIDE, SEND IT!
Before hitting the trails, please review the following rules and guidelines for your safety and the enjoyment of all riders:
- Hiking is NOT permitted on the trail.
- Mountain biking is a healthy and challenging sport.
- There’s a risk of injury when using mountain bike trails.
- Helmets are required. Eye protection is recommended.
- Man-made and natural trail features can be dangerous and may change daily due to nature and use.
- Watch for roots, rocks, logs, potholes, falling trees, branches, drop-offs, cliffs, and other hidden dangers.
- Always inspect trail/features before using and assess against your skill level.
- Do not stop in the middle of the trail. Move quickly to the side to avoid collisions.
- Stay on trails and do not make shortcuts.
- DO NOT BUILD OR MODIFY TRAIL WITHOUT PERMISSION.
We welcome volunteers of all ages who are passionate about mountain biking and dedicated to maintaining our park. Here's how you can get involved:
Volunteer Opportunities: Join our volunteer team to help build and maintain WMTB. Whether you're a seasoned rider or a newcomer, your skills and energy are valuable assets. Visit our Facebook page for more information on upcoming volunteer opportunities and projects.
Spread the Word: Help us grow our community by sharing your experiences at WMTB with friends and family. Share our website and social media pages, and encourage others to get involved and support our cause.
Attend Events: Keep an eye on our website and social media for information about events, group rides, and more. Attending these events not only supports our park but also allows you to connect with fellow mountain biking enthusiasts.