Milford Bike Festival

Join us at the 12th annual Milford Bike Fest, a family friendly celebration of the great singletrack trails surrounding scenic Milford.

Bikers pick their own course: Highland, Milford, Island Lake, Kensington, Proud Lake, Hickory Glen – easily rideable from Milford with great paved bike paths and a minimum of road riding. You can tailor this anywhere from a fun trail ride with friends to an all-day 100 mile epic!

Explore the connectivity of our trail network from Milford. Enjoy several singletrack trails and paved paths with minimal road riding.  Not sure where to go?  New for this year, we will be offering guided rides for those that prefer a group setting.

This year we will reward the warriors who ride all 100 miles!   You must register ahead of time for this option if you anticipate completing this challenge.  You must also be able to show your work through strava or some GPS-aided device.

Participation fee is $20 in advance, $25 day of, 14 and under free. All proceeds benefit the Motor City Mountain Biking Association – These are the people that build, maintain, and advocate for the local trails that you love.

What you get back for your $20:

  • Two free beverages which can include brews from local breweries!
  • Milford Area Trail Guide Booklet with suggested routes and coupons to local businesses
  • Raffle entry and cool free swag
  • Live musical performance by several local artists
  • Main Street Grill food & drink specials
  • Access to bike repair tent and Bike Patrol assistance

All rides scheduled to return to Main Street Grill & Tavern between 2:00 and 2:30 to prepare for the raffle at 3:00

Please stop by, share your stories and adventures with other riders, and enjoy the food and vibes of downtown Milford!

Day-of registration runs from 7:30 am to 1:00 pm at Main Street Tavern, 327 N Main Street.

Camping facilities and cabins are available at Proud Lake Recreation Area, a three mile ride from downtown.

All trails are easily trips from Milford with paved paths and/or minimal of road riding.