Closed for the 2020 season
Wild Flow Events
20% of your tour fee goes straight to BETA
ABOUT WILD FLOW TOURS
The Adirondack Mountains have long been home to true outdoor enthusiasts. The people that reside and visit here live and breath the life given off by these mountains, grounding themselves among the peaks and valleys of the North Country. For a mountain biker, there’s no better setting than these very peaks. Wild Flow Tours embodies the spirit of these mountains by putting the trails and the unique stories behind each and every one of them at the center of every tour that we lead.
Trail riding is as much of a meditative practice as it is a form of exercise. Nothing will hone your ability to focus faster than a gauntlet of rocks, roots and trees, and carefully constructed to strike the unattainable balance between ripping fun and ecologically invisible, these mountains make for the ideal environment to hone your mountain biking skills. No trail can teach you all you need to know about riding a mountain bike, but every trail gives you the option to learn if you show up for class.
MEET OUR GUIDES
Dan, Founder & Guide
A North Caroline native, Dan's riding style is as outrageous as it is wild. Having worked as a molecular biologist and critical care nurse, Dan has always dreamed of owning a professional mountain biking company.
Brantley, Guide & Shop Manager
Raised in New York state, Brantley is no stranger to the mountain biking scene. As Shop Manager of both Wild Flow Tours and Viking Ski and Cycle, you can rest assured that Brantley knows his way around a mountain bike.
Devon, Guide & BETA Trail Crew
From laps in the Wilmington dirt jump park to all day backcountry rides, Devon's goal in life is to enjoy all that the North Country has to offer. Trained as a first responder, Devon is also an experience bike mechanic.
IMBA launched its Rules of the Trail in 1988 to educate mountain bikers and serve as a pro-bike advocacy tool. These guidelines for responsible riding have been adopted by land-management agencies nationwide. Your actions have critical impacts on the landscape, the trails, the animals and other trail users. Pledge to ride friendly; ride prepared; ride responsibly; ride lightly.