Trail Workday Sponsors

IMBA Designates Santos as Bronze Level Ride Center

OMBA is proud to announce that the Santos Trail System has been designated an IMBA Ride Center – Bronze Level! OMBA is proud of the efforts of all of our members, volunteers and both present and past officers and Board Members, as well as the wonderful folks at the Office of Greenways and Trails. You can check out the honors at IMBA's website.

Ride Center

The Santos trails are open every day, dawn to dusk. Campground office: (352) 369-2693

Vortex Skinny

If you enjoy riding the Santos trails, please take the time to volunteer for one of the monthly Trail Workdays. Traildays occur on the first Saturday of each month and sponsors provide lunch and prizes for all!

Facebook

Something for everyone!

Santos trails have something for everyone: Cross-Country singletrack, Freeride structures, Dirt Jumps, Pump Track, Wall rides and Drops.

Vortex Drop

Santos stands out for receiving IMBA's first Epic designation for an entire trail system.

Santos has emerged as a model trail system, with flowing singletrack, bombproof wooden structures, a bike skills park with progressive challenges and jaw-dropping technical features at the Vortex quarry.

-- IMBA
solid line

Club Meetings:

OMBA holds monthly meetings the Friday evening before every trail workday. This is a great way to get involved, become part of the process, share your ideas or, just meet the volunteers that represent OMBA.

Trail Conditions

All trails are open. Please do NOT ride the Santos Pump Track and Vortex Dirt Jumps after it's rained!

In an Emergency

In case of emergency call 911. To report non-emergency incidents please call the campground office during normal business hours at (352) 369-2693 or the Marion County non emergency number at (352) 732-9111

Ocala Mountain Bike Association

2014 Fund Raiser

OMBA is Building!!!

Donate to OMBA!

NEWS & EVENTS

Club Meeting - May 2nd - Sherriff's Office Sub-Station

Next Trail Work Party - May 3rd

In 1993 local volunteers began building trails on land that is part of the Cross Florida Greenways. Consisting of 85,000 acres stretching from the Atlantic coast to the Gulf of Mexico, the Greenways is the state of Florida's crown jewel for outdoor recreation. Today there are over 85 miles of trails with riding levels for everyone, from children to seniors. From flat and smooth, to challenging climbs through the rocky quarries, to 20' drops for the adrenaline junkies. Santos trails have been known for years by all that have ridden there as having something for everyone!

The Ocala Mountain Bike Association has strived to not only provide an enjoyable and challenging riding experience, they have also dedicated themselves to offering social and educational activities that give everyone the opportunity to participate, make new friends and, advance your riding abilities.

Every March OMBA hosts the Spring Break Fat Tire Festival; 3 days and 2 nights of  music, food, friends and riding. Whether you're a hardcore cyclist or a casual cruiser, the Spring Break FTF is a family event enjoyed every year by riders from across the U.S.

In October there are two popular events:
The Take a Kid Mountain Biking Day gives parents the opportunity to introduce their children to off-road mountain biking.  Led by OMBA Bike Patrol members, your child will experience the joy of exploring Florida's outdoors, on beginner trails, followed by a free lunch and gifts for the young ones.
October is also time for the Ride of the Living Dead!  50 miles of ghoulish riding with prizes for the best costume.  SAG stops, lunch and prizes. All sponsored by area businesses.