Come join us for 2nd Annual Bone Yard Trail Race, formerly known as Dust N Bones, on Mt. Zion Bike Trail! Bikers can't have ALL the fun! Enjoy 6 or 12 miles of beautiful yet challenging trail. Mostly narrow, but well-marked trail full of ups, downs, twists, turns, and wooden bridges.
Snacks and water provided at 3 miles and at the finish. Lots of seating at and around the pavilion, but you may want to bring lawnchairs to guarantee a seat. Great family environment so plan to stay and visit a while! Parking is somewhat limited, so carpooling is a good idea!
"The Biggest Little Trail in Mississippi"
Just Google "Mt. Zion Bike Trails" and you'll find nothing but rave reviews from those who have visited.
Mt. Zion Bike Trails were created for the purpose of promoting health and fitness while enjoying God’s creation of the outdoors. The trails provide a safe, fun, beautiful venue for mountain bikers and hikers of any age or fitness level, for recreational and training for competitive purposes. The trails are built to compliment their natural surroundings and allow the beauty of nature to be seen by those who use them.
The trails are open to the public with no required fee, but donations are accepted in a kiosk at the trail head. Profits from this run will be used for upkeep and improvements of the trail.
If this run is your first visit to Mt. Zion Bike Trails, it probably won't be your last!
Kid's Fun Run
We will have a 1-mile OCR type fun run for the kids at 10:00am.
Located a few miles outside of Brookhaven, MS. Physical address is 1134 Mt Zion Rd NW, Brookhaven, MS 39601.
Directions heading south from I-55:
Take exit 48 (Mt. Zion Rd) Go 4.2 miles on a narrow, curvy paved road. A MZ Trail sign will be on your right next to the entrance.
Directions heading north from I-55:
Take exit 42 (North Brookhaven). Take a left onto Dunn Ratcliff Road and continue for 1 mile.
Take a right onto Old Red Star Road and continue on for just over 3 miles. You will see a brown sign indicating Mt. Zion Bike Trail on the right. Take a right on Mt. Zion Road. The trail is on the left, marked with another sign, shortly after you turn onto Mt. Zion Road.
All participants will receive an event tshirt with paid registration. Overall awards will be given to the top 3 male and female finishers.
Local time: 2:22 PM
Age group awards will be given to the top 3 in the following age groups: