NEMBA News

2021-09-21

New!  The NSNEMBA app launched in June 2021 and riders have quickly adopted it.  This deceptively simple app has streamlined communications about rides and events taking away the ambiguity of multiple posts in multiple places.   If you’re...

2021-07-27

The Summer 2021 SingleTracks 166 magazine is now available online in full color! This edition includes a feature about adaptive riding, trail grants and highlights our 2021 Trail Heroes!!We hope you enjoy the latest news from around New...

2021-07-27

 NEMBA Adds Two New Chapters: Belfast Area Maine & Martha’s VineyardOn July 27, 2021 the NEMBA Board of Directors voted unanimously to approve two new chapters, Belfast Area Maine and Martha’s Vineyard. These new additions bring our...

2021-07-20

 Congratulations to our 2021 Trail Heroes! The Trail Heroes Program is designed to acknowledge and reward exceptional volunteerism by members. Without the involvement of members who make valuable commitments, NEMBA would not be able to...

2021-07-14

Engaging Children in Mountain BikingBy Paula Burton To honor all the moms and dads who take their children mountain biking, I interviewed four families who mountain bike together. There are a range of ages of children from 4 to 16 years old...

2021-07-12

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 many bicycle dealers in New England.Currently there are...

2021-06-28

Gorham Gets More Flow:Greater Portland NEMBA Signature Trail Grant UpdatesGreater Portland NEMBA and the Gorham Conservation Commission will team up to create a beginner friendly flow trail using funding from a NEMBA Signature Trail Grant....

2021-06-21

 The New England Mountain Bike Association (NEMBA) and Eco-Counter are excited to announce that the Brattleboro-Keene Chapter of NEMBA (BK-NEMBA) is the winner of this summer’s grant program to support data collection on trails.Through the...

2021-06-17

 submitted by Matt Bowser, CNHNEMBA Chapter Vice President For most people traveling to New Hampshire, the city of Concord has always been a convenient place to stop for groceries, gas, and dinner on the way to the Lakes Region or White...

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