Mission: To promote a complete, community-wide trail system.
Who should care about the Billings Bypass issue? Anyone who plans to live in Billings for the next few years.
A few years into the future, a beautiful, 800-acre park with fishing piers, a boardwalk, running and biking trails, a sledding hill, soccer fields and horseshoe pits will grace the hills above the Yellowstone River, and will be located approximately … Continue reading
Friday, May 22, 2015 at the Babcock Theater 7pm-9pm Film showing Red Rover, a bike shop on Minnesota Ave., is partnering with the YMCA to promote bicycle awareness, fitness and green transportation. “There is no denying the environmental and health … Continue reading
BikeNet, Billings’ grass roots trail funding organization has a new name: Billings TrailNet. Known by many as the group who produces Ales for Trails, the organization has been delighted to donate the proceeds from Ales for Trails to help … Continue reading
Do you want to become more physically active but feel overwhelmed at having to start and stick to a gym routine? Do you want to incorporate more physical activity into your life but are not sure where to start? Then … Continue reading
by Elyse Monat, Billings TrailNet’s Active Transportation Educator Monday and Tuesday, March 2-3, 2015 I was able to attend the Bike Walk Montana Summit in Helena with advocates from around the state. Entitled Nuts and Bolts, Building Great Places … Continue reading
Billings Marathon Loop
See the city in 26 miles. Hit Billings' four corners, linking together many of the trails...Read More
Scenic ride along Yellowstone River, through several of Billings' parks and historical areas... Read More
A gentle 11.5 mile, ride perfect for a weekend...Read More