June 16, 2020

Some brand new, tasty trail opening soon in a forest near you!

Photo Credit: Alex Rohde / Trail Logic LLC

Safe Trails: COVID-19 Protocols

Twin Ports trails have been busy this spring. Given that the coronavirus (COVID-19) isn't going anywhere anytime soon, it bears reiter...

April 22, 2020

COGGS has been supported by the local business community since its inception. We simply could not have established the Twin Ports as a world-class mountain biking destination without the help of our partners and sponsors. In light of the COVID-related challenges m...

July 19, 2019

We have some exciting changes around COGGS HQ. As of June 15, 2019 The Cyclists Of Gitchee Gumee Shores will directly manage and maintain our own organizational membership. Previously, club membership was managed through the International Mountain Biking Association (I...

November 19, 2018

With now over 22 miles of singletrack in some of Duluth's most remote pockets of forest, the Mission Creek trail system has our full attention for maintenance and improvements. Here are a few key ideas we have in mind for Mission Creek:

  • Improve Sustainability: look...

November 12, 2018

Wet and soggy trails can be seriously tedious for cyclists in the Twin Ports. Instead of exploring our nearly 100-mile system of trails and logging legendary rides, we’re forced to twittle our thumbs or more likely, tinker with our bikes in the garage. When trails are...

November 12, 2018

Piedmont was originally designed and built in 2007 and the Piedmont Volunteer Trail Crew has been re-building it ever since. To date, we have completely redone over 90% of the original 11 miles. This year we wrapped up some of the last big projects that were holding Pi...

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