The GROVELAND TRAIL HEADS mountain bicycling club, established in January, 2013 is an educational association, non-profit 501c(3) Chapter of the International Mountain Bicycling Association(IMBA)whose mission is to create, enhance and preserve great trail experiences for all trail users. We have been partnering with the Stanislaus National Forest’s Groveland Ranger District to develop a public use, mountain bike specific trail system as well as develop more multi use trails in and around Groveland, CA and Southern Tuolumne County


We aim to improve the lives of everyone in our regional communities through a collaborative approach to the conscientious development of trail recreation. We are a mountain bike club who is working toward advocating for the diversification and accessibility of trail recreation for all user groups.
Our long term goals include: improving the strength of our communities through stewardship and volunteerism, providing access to outdoor recreation to area youth, creating a multi-use and designated-use regional trail system that satisfies the needs of all user groups and ability levels.

Ride bikes? Like to hike? Ride Horses? Let’s work together! Contact us to explore collaborative opportunities for the development of trails on our public lands that are inclusive of all non-motorized users and are ecologically sound, intelligently designed, and F-U-N.

Please consider donating to assist us with building more trails and assist us with our operating costs… all donations are tax deductible! Groveland Trail Heads is a non profit 501c(3) Chapter of the International Mountain Bicycling Association, EIN# 46-1697267


Dwight Follien, Elisabeth Barton, Bob Bonomo, Kristen Whitt, Tom Hernandez and Diana Rapa.