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Welcome to the EVAA Mountain Bike Club

Mountain biking is a fun, exciting, physical sport and with Lebanon Hills Regional Park, we have one of the premier facilities in the state in our own backyard.  However, in order to fully take advantage of the park students need better access to training and skill development.

The Mountain Bike program is for students entering 5th – 8th grade in the 2017-18 school year and will meet twice a week, usually at Lebanon Hills Mountain Bike Park.  The Lebanon facility offers trails for riders of all skill levels, however, most of the riding will be in the skills course and on the beginner trails. Because we will be using a popular park that will be open to the public during our practices registration for the Mountain Biking Club will be capped at 50 students.

The program will be designed around two things; skill development and fun.  There will be opportunities for participants, especially returning students, to ride at their skill level, but primarily the EVAA Mountain Biking program will focus on getting comfortable on the trails and having fun.


  • Riders must have a well functioning off-road bike with gears (rear mandatory, front optional) and 24-inch tires or greater.
  • Riders must have a well-fitting helmet.
  • Riders must have biking gloves to protect hands from blisters and falls.
  • Riders must have a water bottle or camelback for hydration
  • Eyewear is recommended but optional.
  • Bug spray and sunscreen are highly recommended.



  • Season will run from Saturday, August 5th through Saturday, October 7th (no events Labor Day weekend 9/2)
  • Saturday practices will go from 9-10:30 a.m. and Wednesday practices from 6-7:30 p.m.  Wednesday evening practices could be adjusted in September as it begins to get dark sooner.
  • Drop off and pick up for all practices will be at Ridgecliff Park, 1750 Covington Ln, Eagan.
  • Students will be assigned groups based on skill levels and groups will ride every Saturday and once during the week.

The Registration "MOUNTAIN BIKING" is not currently available.


Lebanon Hills Mountain Bike Park

With nearly 12 miles of one way single use singletrack, Lebanon Hills has become one of the go-to trails in the metro area. The trails feature riding for all skill levels combined with world-class facilities to enhance your riding experience. The bike trails are built and maintained by the Minnesota Off-Road Cyclists (MORC)

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