Minnesota Off-Road Cyclists

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Minnesota Off-Road Cyclists (MORC) is a non-profit mountain biking club dedicated to gaining and maintaining trails in Minnesota. MORC has approximately 700 members.

About[edit]

MORC is dedicated to safeguarding the future of mountain biking in Minnesota through the promotion of responsible riding, establishment and maintenance of mountain biking trails, and preservation of Minnesota's natural resources.

MORC works with local government agencies and land managers to build and maintain environmentally sound and properly built mountain bike trails, sticking as closely to IMBA guidelines as possible.

As of the fall of 2009, MORC entered into a closer relationship with IMBA, becoming one of a small group of official chapters. MORC is now officially known as MORC, a chapter of IMBA.

Mountain bike trails[edit]

MORC and its chapters maintain a select number of popular mountain bike trails in Minnesota. Here is a brief list of the more popular trails:

Publications[edit]

MORC publishes a quarterly newsletter titled Off-Road.

Chapters[edit]

While MORC no longer has chapters, it continues its support and relations with the following groups:

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