Mulberry Gap Mountain Bike Getaway

Mulberry Gap is a rustic haven located in the Southern Appalachian Mountains of Northwest Georgia with IMBA Epic mountain bike trails outside our front door! 

Guided Single Day Rides

Can't commit to a multi-day tour? We also offer half & full day guided rides. Click the button below for details and rates.

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Custom Tours

Custom Tours are perfect for many events including:

  • Corporate Retreat
  • Team Building
  • Bachelor / Bachelorette Parties
  • Birthday Parties 
  • Team Training

We have multiple guides available on staff. Dates and destinations are flexible. Let us know what you're thinking, we'd be happy to help! Contact or call 706-698-2865 to discuss your ideas! 

Additional fees may be included for the following services.

  • Shuttles to trailheads
  • Drive time for guides to meet you at trailhead outside of a 15-mile radius from Mulberry Gap
  • Packed lunch 

Meet Our Guides

Brett: Tour Coordinator and Head Bacon Checker

Brett Davidson - An avid endurance cyclist, who is a veteran of the Trans North Georgia, Cross Florida ITT, and the Huracan 300 routes. Brett has a wealth of knowledge with bike packing, self-supported racing and backcountry routes throughout the Southeast. Brett is currently the President of the Atlanta Chapter of the Southern Off Road Bicycilng Association, a position he has held for two years. He has served as a store manager at REI Atlanta, where he was employed for ten years and ran the cycling department and was active with the Outdoor School. He is also the head Bacon Supervisor at Mulberry Gap.


TJ: Professional Dirtbag and Adventure Photographer

TJ has been coming to Mulberry Gap since the beginning. He is a professional photographer by trade and spends his time off from traveling here at Mulberry Gap helping out with anything that needs to be done from manual labor to guiding tours to crackin eggs. You can usual find him lounging around in hammock or deep in the forest shooting images of the numerous nature-scapes surrounding Mulberry Gap. A well rounded rider he has done everything from racing Downhill to 12hr solo endurance racing. He is currently training for the 2017 Tour Divide race from Banff, AB Canada to Antelope Wells, NM with teammate Brett of team Snack & Naps. You can check out some of his work in FreeHub Magazine as well as numerous photos on the Mulberry Website. His personal Website is


Loretta: Local Tour Guide

A retired City of Miami Firefighter/paramedic, Loretta moved to North GA when her husband took a job at an Atlanta hospital.  She has been a competitive cyclist off and on since her time at the Fire Department where she entered the firefighter olympics and was hooked for life. Thirty years, 2 children and a few broken bones later, she's still crazy about the bike. Loretta discovered mountain biking at the age of 38 and took up racing upon moving to Georgia.  As a Cat 1 racer she has competed and trained on most of the trails and gravel in North GA and the Southeast. Highlights of her racing career include an age group Masters national championship in Cross country, topping the podium at the snake creek TT, Cohutta 65, Bump and Grind and podium finishes at Fools Gold 50 as well as the buckle at the Leadville 100.

Loretta no longer "trains" and only competes occasionally but loves to keep her fitness up to hit up rides with fun, fit folks. She hopes to share her experience with others through guiding and working with High School mountain bikers such as the NICA league (National Interscholastic Cycling League). 


Kim: Local Tour Guide & Bikepacker

Kim currently lives in Ocoee, TN and owns her own business, but spent a large majority of her life traveling throughout North and Central America, Europe, and Asia in search of adventure. Her quest's have taken her everywhere from Everest Base Camp in Nepal, kayaking at the worlds in Spain, to surfing in Bali. She also spent several years guiding on rivers and whitewater kayaking in the States, Costa Rica, and Europe. It wasn't until Kim was in her 30's and recovering from a serious injury, that she discovered her true passion for mountain biking. Kim has since logged thousands of miles on the trail, but you most likely won't find her lined up at a race start as she prefers to take the roads less traveled.

Kim's goals have always been to simply savor the journey and the people she meets along the way....