Guy's Racing Club is populated with mountain bike enthusiasts at all levels. From regular rides in our local parks to regional race events plus epic 24 hour and 50+ miles venues. Some members have goals to just ride and race occasionally, others make serious attempts to champion a race series or experience 24 hour and long distance endurance trials.
Premier events attended by Guys Racing are largely within the Mid-Atlantic Super Series, which includes XC, STCX, and long distance Endurance challenges.
GuysRacing members regularly visit most of the locations listed below. Tempo can vary depending on time of year and mood of group. Team members are encouraged to post and coordinate their training rides on the GuysRacing Listserve.
Wissahickon Valley, Fairmont Park, Phila., PA
Possibly the best trail network within a big city in the US. Mostly technical climbing and descending on rocky trails. Some flat and gravel sections. Difficult.
Annual Wiss and Pennypack park pass available for $20. Support the Wiss.
Pennypack, Fairmont Park, Phila., PA
Fast and twisting singletrack, log crossings, gravel paths and moderate climbs make Pennypack a fun ride. Jump on the paved bike path and ride down to the Delaware for some great scenery. Easy to moderate. Not a good ride when wet.
Annual Pennypack and Wiss park pass available for $20. No fee for paved path.
French Creek State Park, PA
Large area with lots of great trails. Somewhat rocky with some significant climbs and technical descents. Moderate to difficult. No trail user fee. Plenty of alternate activities. Camping available.
Blue Marsh Lake, PA
Great trail system that follows 25+ miles of lakefront shore line. Mostly flat and with some fast twisty sections and a few moderate climbs. No trail user fee.
Brandywine Creek State Park, DE
Wide variety of trails. Not many rocks but some significant climbs. Moderate to difficult. User fee applies at some parking areas.
White Clay Creek State Park, DE
Great trails in great condition. Few rocks with many fast, fun sections including a skills area. Great beginner area. Easy to moderate. Please do not ride when wet. User fee applies at some parking areas.
Fair Hill Natural Resource Area, MD
Huge 5,600 acre area with many trails of all levels. Several famous tight twisty sections like "Crackhead Bob" and "Drunken Sailor". Easy to difficult. Area user fee.
Susquehanna State Park, MD
Great winter views of the Susquehanna River. Lots of climbing and fast descending on somewhat technical terrain with roots, rocks and waterbars. Moderate to difficult.
Camping available. Area user fee.
Watch Guy's Listserve for team race plans and refer to the Links page to Find and Register for Races.