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Bacon ipsum dolor amet prosciutto kielbasa shoulder shank ground round. Hamburger rump meatloaf tri-tip beef. Tail short loin sausage rump, leberkas tenderloin filet mignon kevin strip steak doner. Shank corned beef picanha tenderloin. Porchetta swine venison tongue kevin. Beef filet mignon flank bacon.

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Bacon ipsum dolor amet prosciutto kielbasa shoulder shank ground round. Hamburger rump meatloaf tri-tip beef. Tail short loin sausage rump, leberkas tenderloin filet mignon kevin strip steak doner. Shank corned beef picanha tenderloin. Porchetta swine venison tongue kevin. Beef filet mignon flank bacon.

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Bacon ipsum dolor amet prosciutto kielbasa shoulder shank ground round. Hamburger rump meatloaf tri-tip beef. Tail short loin sausage rump, leberkas tenderloin filet mignon kevin strip steak doner. Shank corned beef picanha tenderloin. Porchetta swine venison tongue kevin. Beef filet mignon flank bacon.

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Bacon ipsum dolor amet prosciutto kielbasa shoulder shank ground round. Hamburger rump meatloaf tri-tip beef. Tail short loin sausage rump, leberkas tenderloin filet mignon kevin strip steak doner. Shank corned beef picanha tenderloin. Porchetta swine venison tongue kevin. Beef filet mignon flank bacon.

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Bacon ipsum dolor amet prosciutto kielbasa shoulder shank ground round. Hamburger rump meatloaf tri-tip beef. Tail short loin sausage rump, leberkas tenderloin filet mignon kevin strip steak doner. Shank corned beef picanha tenderloin. Porchetta swine venison tongue kevin. Beef filet mignon flank bacon.

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Bacon ipsum dolor amet prosciutto kielbasa shoulder shank ground round. Hamburger rump meatloaf tri-tip beef. Tail short loin sausage rump, leberkas tenderloin filet mignon kevin strip steak doner. Shank corned beef picanha tenderloin. Porchetta swine venison tongue kevin. Beef filet mignon flank bacon.


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DTE Energy Foundation Trail on Facebook

Update Thursday February 25th, 2021:Hey all, Groomer Mike here. We were hoping to get one last weekend of fat biking in but good weather is not in our cards. This weekend’s weather is just awful for trail use and the extended forecast isn’t looking that much better. So with that said we are shutting down the winter trail grooming season and moving into our annual extended Spring Thaw Closure due to erosive spring thaw conditions. The MDNR will be closing the trail and lots Friday morning. Based on previous years closures, look for a late March to early April reopening. ... See MoreSee Less
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Update Monday, February 22nd, 2021:Well, things aren't looking good for the foreseeable future regarding maintaining and using groomed winter trails. Warm-rain-cold-snow all cycling up and down. This is Southern Lower Michigan weather as we approach March.We are asking everyone to look at the forecast before heading out. If the temps are above freezing, don't head out to the DTE groomed trails. If they are below freezing, feel free to head out. Groomed etiquette is still in effect for now. How soon the weather really starts turning for the worse to the extent that trail damage (dirt, not snow) can occur is still TBD. At the point when this occurs we will, as always, be closing the trail for an extended period of several weeks during the transitional "spring thaw" season in order to prevent trail damage. Watch this page for updates, as they occur. ... See MoreSee Less
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Recent News

  • September 9, 2019 - - Brad Parsons, Media Production Specialist, with the Michigan Department of Natural Resources produced a video overview of the trail. The video can be viewed here Continue Reading
  • September 3, 2019 - - Poto MBA is proud to partner with TRAFx Infrared Trail Counters to use their trail counter technology in tracking mountain bike user numbers at the DTE Energy Foundation Trail.  With… Continue Reading


DTE Energy Foundation Trail on Facebook

Update Thursday February 25th, 2021:Hey all, Groomer Mike here. We were hoping to get one last weekend of fat biking in but good weather is not in our cards. This weekend’s weather is just awful for trail use and the extended forecast isn’t looking that much better. So with that said we are shutting down the winter trail grooming season and moving into our annual extended Spring Thaw Closure due to erosive spring thaw conditions. The MDNR will be closing the trail and lots Friday morning. Based on previous years closures, look for a late March to early April reopening. ... See MoreSee Less
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Update Monday, February 22nd, 2021:Well, things aren't looking good for the foreseeable future regarding maintaining and using groomed winter trails. Warm-rain-cold-snow all cycling up and down. This is Southern Lower Michigan weather as we approach March.We are asking everyone to look at the forecast before heading out. If the temps are above freezing, don't head out to the DTE groomed trails. If they are below freezing, feel free to head out. Groomed etiquette is still in effect for now. How soon the weather really starts turning for the worse to the extent that trail damage (dirt, not snow) can occur is still TBD. At the point when this occurs we will, as always, be closing the trail for an extended period of several weeks during the transitional "spring thaw" season in order to prevent trail damage. Watch this page for updates, as they occur. ... See MoreSee Less
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Recent News

  • September 9, 2019 - - Brad Parsons, Media Production Specialist, with the Michigan Department of Natural Resources produced a video overview of the trail. The… Continue Reading
  • September 3, 2019 - - Poto MBA is proud to partner with TRAFx Infrared Trail Counters to use their trail counter technology in tracking mountain… Continue Reading