NEMBA News

2017-04-03

This woman helping women, volunteer based program, made possible by a collaboration between Highland Mountain Bike Park and NEMBA, brings together some of the best local certified female coaches and riders to inspire and instruct on their...

2017-03-08

Mountain Bikers Meet with Senator Gobi, DCR and EEA Leaders to Discuss Access to the Ware River Watershed

2017-01-18

Mountain biking not harmful to watershed land Brett Russ Vice President Wachusett Chapter New England Mountain Bike Association --------

2017-01-10

Online registration to NEMBAfest, Powered by Pedro's, is now open!www.nembafest.com  

2016-11-30

(HAWLEY, MASS.) – The Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR) and the Pioneer Valley Chapter of the New England Mountain Bike Association (NEMBA) announce a partnership to open a 15-mile network of single-track trails at Dubuque...

2016-11-08

It's great to see a great story about the great work Midcoast Maine NEMBA is doing to make mountain biking better and better in Camden and beyond!  

2016-11-03

NEMBA is fortunate to have hundreds and hundreds of volunteers that come out to our events and give back to the trails and to the sport of mountain biking. Many of these go well above-and-beyond in their service and they truly are our trail...

2016-10-31

Where Can Electric, Power-Assist Mountain Bikes Be Ridden in New England? Electric mountain bikes (e-MTBs) are now being produced and promoted by the bicycle industry and sold through some bicycle dealers in New England. While there are only...

2016-09-22

Below is a Letter to the Editor to the Hartford Courant regarding their September 21, 2016 article "Illegal ATV Trails in State Forests a Growing Problem" written by NEMBA and its five Connecticut NEMBA chapters. ---------------------...

2016-09-02

The City of Nashua is considering building two additional ballfield at Yudicky Park, a popular mountain biking destination. It is reported that 2 key singletrack trails will be impacted if the forest is cleared to make way for the fields...

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