FISHER BRANCH ROCKS N LOGS
Welcome to Fisher Rocks N Logs! We are located 1 ½ hour north of Winnipeg in the Interlake region close to the small town of Fisher Branch. This venue has only been on the MDR circuit a few years. It’s held on a 160-acre parcel and has a combination of sand and single track trails in dense bush. The pee-wee loop (50cc) is a combination of open area with a few easy jumps and obstacles and some trails in the woods. The beginner loop goes around the whole property, with some winding trail mixed with some easier sand areas. Some large spruce and lots of poplar trees are there to test riders’ abilities. Not for the faint of heart, the more difficult loop has the only endurocross section on the MB circuit. Some large logs, tires, water holes and rocks are there to test riders’ skills. There are also some deep sand sections, a small moto section and open euro enduro- style section for those liking speed. If you want a challenge, come try it out. Plan to see a new obstacle or two every year as it’s still a work in progress. The open layout has local fans enjoying this event with many people taking in the action in the rock and log section.
Being that the track is built on a sand –and gravel ridge expect to race here rain or shine.
There is a large field to park and camp right next to the start area.
There are some serviced camping sites nearby at the golf course (1/2 mile away) and small hotel in town for non-campers (2 miles).
There are a few videos from riders and drone footage on youtube. Just query Fisher Branch rocks and Logs to show the course.
For directions to the track, click on the map above, on the right. Once in the map click the blue circle that says "directions" and input "current location" above the tracks GPS coordinates and hit enter. Some parts of Manitoba do not have adequate cell service, you may want to print directions in case!
Driving directions: from Winnipeg take hwy #7 north to Arborg. Turn west on #68 hwy to Poplarfield. Then turn north on # 17 - 13 miles north. Turn west on road # 139N for 1 mile. Look for MDR signs on the highway.
A big thanks goes out to Gerald Strilkiwski (Strilkiwski Contracting Ltd) of Dauphin for the use of his land.