NEMBA News

2018-01-12

Deerfield Trails in Charlemont will receive $14,000 for installing trailhead signs, developing a new map, and repairing trails at Dubuque State Forest in Charlemont and Hawley.“That’s part of a larger program that we’re working with...

2018-01-09

Notes from Blackstone Valley NEMBA chapter meeting January 8, 2018 at CraftRoots Brewing in Milford Introductions

2017-12-15

Action Alert – Mountain Bikers should Submit Comments Supporting Mountain Biking and More Trail Access to Connecticut’s Statewide Comprehensive Outdoor Recreation Plan (SCORP) 

2017-09-27

Help NEMBA celebrate its 30th anniversary by opening a cold one with our commemorative Pedro's beverage wrench! This custom bottle opener is lazer-etched and ready to go. This might well be the most useful tool you have!

2017-09-14

The first NEMBA Women’s Mountain Bike Summit was held in East Burke, VT August 11 - 13. Inspired by the growth in women’s mountain biking, NEMBA Board member Paula Burton felt that women needed their own venue to talk about the growth and...

2017-07-07

Pedaling to the trail I feel a sense of electric energy run down my spine into my legs. The smell of pine fills my senses and my sweat drips down to the tip of my goatee before it falls and splashes on my handlebars. Adrenaline pumps when I...

2017-06-27

Next Year’s Dates Announced -- June 22-24, 2018NEMBAfest Video ReleasedEast Burke, VT: The 20th annual New England Mountain Bike Association Festival took place for the sixth time at the Kingdom Trails, and will return again on June 22-24,...

2017-06-13

DCR has reached out to us to ask that we remind riders that the Skyline (White) trail at the Fells is hiking-only. They have observed an increase in the number of riders on Skyline and asked for help getting the word out to the riding...

2017-06-13

Most people first experience their local NEMBA chapter through a chapter sponsored ride. Hopefully they have a good experience and end up coming back for more rides and other events, such as trail work days.. For many mountain bikers, a...

2017-06-08

The Holderness School in Holderness NH has generously allowed the use of mountain bikes on existing trails known as the “Gyro” and located adjacent to the Pemigewasset River south of the Plymouth University hockey facility.

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