McClellan Multi-Use Trails

460 BG DH Stem Road, Anniston, AL at the former Fort McClellan
(parking / trail head is located behind the soccer fields)

Phase I of the Multi-Use Trails was the first trail built specifically for middle and high school bike races in the State of Alabama. It is ideal for those new to mountain bike riding, with smooth climbs and fast descents. Phase II provides the next level full of fast descents, rugged terrain and climbs to beautiful views. Phase III offers steeper tread grades, technical trail features with longer sustained climbs and descents. Together, the three sections total 18 miles of natural, mountain terrain.

The inaugural race on the Multi-Use Trails was the Melee at McClellan, which took place in March 2020 with 2000 attendees and 600 of those racers. The trails have also been the setting for the Dirty Soles McClellan Madness and Lake Yahou 50K trail running events.


McClellan Multi-Use Trail Map

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with rules and trail descriptions

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The Alabama Interscholastic Cycling League was organized in 2015 to provide mountain biking programs for students in grades 6 to 12. With the cooperation of local volunteer coaches, schools, league partners, and sponsors we are able to provide a high quality youth development program that fulfills our mission of getting more kids on bikes.

As a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, our programs are guided by the following 5 core values: Inclusive, equal, strong body, strong mind and strong character.

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The International Mountain Bicycling Association (IMBA) is the worldwide leader in mountain mike advocacy, and the only organization in the U.S. focused entirely on trails and access, for all types of mountain bikers in all parts of the country.

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The McClellan trails were designed and built by Trail Solutions. IMBA Trail Solutions is the international leader in single track development.

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Founded in 1992, NEABA is a non-profit organization created to promote cycling in Northeast Alabama area.

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