Rochester Mountain Bike Team is a high school club team uniting students from all 3 district high schools in Rochester Community Schools. Club varsity letters are offered at Adams, Rochester and Stoney Creek High Schools for those students racing in our Varsity Program. Students from out-of-district schools are welcome and encouraged to join us as well.
Note: Mountain Biking is not eligible for a gym credit at this time.
Mondays - Club Riding
Wednesdays - Race Training
Club Rides - We meet Monday evenings at local area single track trails. Students meet at the trail head and then divide up into groups based upon speed and skill levels. Coaches lead the groups for about 1-1/2 hour long rides exploring our local trails. Student abilities vary from beginner to experienced riders. We always have a large number of first year riders. There is a group for everyone!
Club Racing - Student riders will be given the opportunity to join our optional racing program. Racers compete in the MiSCA (Michigan Scholastic Cycling Association) Sunday Racing Series in late August thru mid October. Races are optional! Students can choose to participate in none, one, or all six of the MiSCA races.
Varsity Racing - For those students choosing to take their racing to a higher level, RMBT offers an additional Varsity Level Racing Program. Check our Racing tab to learn more.
Special Events - Past ride events have included Velodrome, Adventure Riding and Cyclocross. We feel that is important to offer diverse opportunities to our students.
Annual Events -
We encourage all current and incoming high school students to ride with us. Beginners welcome and encouraged to join! There is a group for everyone.
Don't have a bike? Check out our Bike Library.
Not sure if mountain biking is your jam? Ride with us for a night to see if you are interested. Parents, please sign the waiver at the link below:
Questions? CONTACT US!
To introduce Rochester area students to the sport of mountain biking in a fun and relaxed manner. To teach and develop the necessary skills for riding single track trails and instill a lifelong passion for the sport. The team will race in the Michigan Scholastic Cycling Association MiSCA series in the fall competing against other high school students and teams. Racing is optional!