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Use the form on the right to contact us or email us: info@bikehinton.com

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Hinton, Alberta

Hinton Mountain Bike Association.  Our goal is to develop, maintain and promote the best possible mountain biking opportunities around the Hinton area, while ensuring responsible and safe practices in environmental conservation, trail construction, trail maintenance and riding.

Feedback

Feedback, Updates, and Ideas

Below you will find some rider feedback forms.  These forms help the HMBA get a better understanding of which trails or park features are being used, number of riders, and any trail conditions which should be reported.  Statistics, such as number of park and trail users, help the HMBA secure future funding to help improve our mountain biking mecca.  You may submit any of these forms more than once, so please let us know where you've been, how many people you are riding with, and trail conditions.  And thank you for your help in keeping our trails and park in great condition!!


Ongoing Surveys

 

With over 30km of trails to maintain, knowing which trails are ridden the most helps to determine priority areas for future maintenance.


 

Do you spend a lot of time at the Hinton Bike Park or have just discovered it?  Let us know which parts you explored and enjoyed the most!

 
 

Got a Trail Update or an idea for a New Feature and/or Obstacle for the park? Let us know! This is a great way to let us know what condition the trails are in and ideas for changes that you would like to see made in the future. 


2013 HMBA Trails and Bike Park User Survey

With this survey, the HMBA is hoping to gather information on trail and bike park usage from local, regional and far-away visitors. The HMBA is interested in all age demographics and all activities. Having a better understanding on the number of all trail users will help with future grant applications.  The survey is now closed, and the summary statistics are can be viewed from the link below.

2013 HMBA Trails and Bike Park User Survey (now closed)

View Survey Summary Statistics