Category Archive: News

Jun 21


Silicon Valley Mountain Bikers (SVMTB) has developed a concept for a mountain bike park located in Sanborn County Park in Santa Clara. The specific purpose of this committee is to advocate, fundraise, build, and establish a bike park operation plan. To date, SVMTB has invested more than $25K, including a $15K Grant from REI, into …

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May 16



Every year SVMTB sponsors high school mountain bike cross country teams, and this year one of our teams, the Black Mountain Composite are the 2017 California Division 2 State Champions! Black Mountain Composite team are students from Cupertino and its neighboring cities. They are an official member of the NorCal league of the National Interscholastic …

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May 12


SVMTB is currently working on a “draft” operation plan for SCC Parks. In June, SCC Parks, REI, and SVMTB plan to hold a public meeting where we will set up a Sanborn Bike Park steering committee. To date, SVMTB has invested more than $25K in the Sanborn Bike Park concept, but we still need more …

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Jan 08

Sanborn County Bike Park Proposal to Santa Clara County

Sanborn Bike Park Specifics Package - images

Happy New Year! Silicon Valley Mountain Bikers is proposing to Santa Clara County Parks a bike park located in Sanborn County Park property. SVMTB received a $15,000 grant from REI in 2015 to develop this Family Bike Park Plan so that SVMTB could present it to the county for consideration. The Family Bike Park plan …

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Dec 16

Midpen’s Preview of Upcoming Multi-Use Trails


Silicon Valley Mountain Bikers hosted a discussion at REI with representatives of the Midpeninsula Regional Open Space District upcoming access improvement projects and regional trail connections in Santa Clara and San Mateo Counties. Click the image for the full presentation.  

Nov 15

Support SVMTB When You Shop This Holiday


The holidays are quickly approaching! When you shop with AmazonSmile, you will also be supporting SVMTB!

Oct 15

San Francisco Supervisor John Avalos shares his thoughts on Open the Watershed

Silicon Valley Mountain Bikers supports Open The Watershed ( to again access to 23,000 acres of open space on the SF Peninsula. We want this watershed open for public hiking, cycling and equestrians.  

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