How to find us

  • Weekly Meets

    During the biking season we meet every Tuesday and Thursday at 5:30 in the parking lot of Sullivan Field and Saturdays at 9:00AM near the roundabout.

  • Facebook

    Keep in touch with the Tuff Riders Group on Facebook.

  • Mailing List

    Most discussion about rides is done through email, you can join the Google group

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  • Monthly Trips

    During peak season we try to get out of town at least once a month. Check the calendar for scheduled trips!

  • Parties and BBQs

    All work and no play... Our monthly parties are a great way to meet active people who share similar interests! Check the calendar for party times and locations.

Who Are We?

The Tuff Riders (a.k.a. Los Alamos SingleTrack Association) is an IMBA Chapter located in Los Alamos, NM.

The "Tuff" in our name comes from the surface of rock that we ride on; not because we're "tough". In fact, we take great pride in welcoming riders of all ages and skill levels!

The Pajarito Plateau is the home of the Tuff Riders Mountain Bike Club. The plateau is capped by a geologic formation called the Bandelier Tuff. This unit is composed of crystal-rich volcanic tuffs (compressed volcanic ash) that were formed by multiple eruptions of the Valle Grande in the Jemez Mountains about 1.22 to 1.61 million years ago. Most of the trails and dirt roads of the Pajarito Plateau are carved on Bandelier Tuff. We think that it provides a fun and challenging mountain biking terrain!

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