Southeast MA

SE MA & Bikebarn Gravel Grind

Event Date

10/30/21 7:00am

Introducing the Bran Muffin!

A No Drop, Gravel "Adventure" Group Ride

A fun mix of pavement, gravel roads, trails, and more.

Saturday Oct 30 at Bikebarn, located at 242 Bedford St, Whitman, MA.

Meet at 7AM - pedal at 7:30AM

FREE Event But You Must Register!

Note: Inclement weather (rain, thunder, etc.) cancels ride. Safety is our priority.

The Cycling Formula Cycle Life Computrainer Crew

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Ride Level

All Levels

Ride Style


Ride Leader Name

Kevin Chichlowski

SE MA NEMBA Kid's Rides

Event Date

Repeats every week every Sunday 10 times except Sun Oct 31 2021.
10/17/21 10:00am

SE MA NEMBA Sunday Kid's Ride @ Wompatuck State Park.

We will be hosting a Kids & Family ride at Wompatuck State Park on Sundays until further notice.

The rides will start at 10:00 AM. But participants should arrive at 9:45 so that we can do a bike safety check and get the ride off on time.

We may split up into groups, depending on rider interest.

Parents are welcome to ride along with their kids.

You do not have to be a NEMBA member to take part.

  But everone needs to have signed the Annual Waiver.  Parents must sign for their kids.

The rides could last for up to 2 hours. A decision will be made at the start.

We will ride fun trails. And, maybe do some skills training, or sessioning, on difficult sections.

However, no one will be encouraged to try something that they are uncomfortable with.

   It's always, Safety First.

At the end of the ride our goal will have been, More Smiles Than Miles.

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Ride Level

All Levels

Ride Types

Ride Style


Ride Leader Name

Tommy Walker

SE MA NEMBA Thursday Evening Ride

Event Date

Repeats every week every Thursday until Thu Dec 30 2021 .
9/28/21 (All day)

SE Mass Nemba Foxboro Thursday Evening Ride (formerly STB Beer Garden rides)

Meet at 5:45 at the William O. Hocking, Jr. Memorial Conservation lot Trailhead @ 106 Main St Foxborough, MA

We Ride out at 6:00.

This is an Intermediate\Mello No pressure, No drop ride checking out the different areas of Foxboro

Lights and Helmets will be needed please check the SEMASS FB page for updates or contact me @

   If you haven't already signed NEMBA's Annual Waiver, do so now.

You don't have to be a member of NEMBA to ride, but everyone has to havve signed the waiver/

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Ride Level


Ride Style


Ride Leader Name

PJ SImpson

CC NEMBA Chapter Meeting


10/5/21 7:00pm

Cape Cod NEMBA Chapter Meeting & Ride

Event by Frank Merola and The Official Cape Cod NEMBA Group


For· Members Cape Cod NEMBA and anoyne else who want to attend.

October Chapter Meeting Tuesday 10/5 @ Naukabout in Mashpee.

There will be two rides - 4:40 and 5:30. Bring lights.

   The rides are optional if you can't make them, come anyway.

Meeting at 7pm.

There is food and beverages at Naukabout to purchase.

  If you haven't already signed the NEMBA Annual Waiver, do it now.

We'll be discussing upcoming rides, events and trail buildng sessions.

But mostly we'll just be hanging out together and having a good time.

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Cape Cod

Event Leader

Frank Merola

SE MA NEMBA Wompatuck Ride

Event Date

Repeats every week 200 times .
10/3/21 (All day)

SE MA NEMBA Sunday Wompatuck Rides


My name is Sam Greenup. I am a frequent rider at Wompatuck State Park and part of SEMASS NEMBA. I will be conducting a weekly Wompatuck Sunday morning ride(weather permitting).


We will be leaving from the Visitor Center main parking lot by the pump track @ 10-10:15am. The ride will be for about 1.5-2 hours depending. Routes and skill level will change weekly. I will post the skill level for each week on Facebook. Rides will vary from beginner, intermediate, to advanced. Make sure you only attend rides of your skill level and ride within your boundaries to ensure your own safety.


Please sign the NEMBA ride waiver for the current calendar year ahead of time! Click here to sign our Annual Waiver if you haven't already done so.  

   You don't have to be a member of NEMBA to join us, but everyone must sign the waiver.

The pace will be comfortable for everyone based on the designated skill level of the ride.

Wompatuck does offer a lot of very technical terrain but we will only ride those trails on intermediate and advanced level rides.




Fully operational, pre-ride checked mountain bike.



Willingness to be respectful of all trail users and follow the instructions of the ride leader


Look for my blue Jeep Wrangler.

Email me for additional information or questions.


See you out there and be safe!


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Ride Style


Ride Leader Name

Sam Greenup

SE MA NEMBA Trail Day @ Wompatuck State Park


10/3/21 9:00am

SE MA NEMBA & Friends of Wompatuck Trail Day

Join us for Trail Care on 10/3 at 9 AM.

We will be working on some South Field maintenance and also the trail that will connect to the new Grove St. parking lot.

If you would like to participate, please register here:

Also, if you haven't already signed NEMBA's annual waiver, do so now.


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SE Mass


Event Leader

Vicki Schow



9/27/21 (All day)

SE MA NEMBA CHapter Meeting & Election

On Monday September 27, 7pm, we will hold our monthly SEMass NEMBA chapter meeting.

This will be a special meeting, as we are holding elections for all officers positions.

Most notably, President, since I have stepped down, but also Vice President, which we have never really had.

So far, we have one presidential nominee, Tommy Walker.

Tommy has a huge following outside of and including NEMBA, and has a great energy towards inclusion, membership growth, rider education, and all things mountainbike.

VP is open as well, and Tim Friedmann has thrown his hat into that ring.

Secretary is currently filled by Peter Williams, and Treasurer is Steph Beaudoin.

They both are fairly new additions to our board, and we’re happy to have them. But this is a general election.

Meeting location: The meeting will be at Abington Depot (upstairs). 101 Railroad St, Abington, MA

  If you'd like to run for an officer's position send an email to .



SEMass Meeting Minutes August 24, 2021 -- Chapter Meeting


Steve Cobble, Pres, Steph Beaudoin, Tres. Peter Williams, Sec. John Refford, Terry Lee, Dave Richardson, Tyler Reichert, Samuel Greenup, Jared Cianciolo,  Bill Boles, Jack Deez, Koene Van Dijk, Miguel Pina, David Cassady, Mike Slemmer,George Lester, Greg Marlone, Tommy Walker, Tim Friedmann, Jeffrey LaPerriere, Bill Mulvey, PJ Simpson, Doug Luoma, Blanche Lester, David Farrel, Tom Tutkus

Meeting held at the Wompatuck State Park Visitors Center and shared on Zoom.

Steve Cobble called to order at approx. 7:04 PM. Meeting attendees introduced themselves and noted their preferred riding locations.

NEMBA BOD Updates — Steve Cobble summarized the major items from the latest NEMBA BOD meeting which included that NEMBA membership has increased by 20%, two new chapters have been establish (Belfast, ME and Martha’s Vineyard, a new position has been established to improve member diversity, and NEMBA will be working with chapters to establish new websites.

Approval Prior Meeting Minutes Members voted to approve the June 2021 meeting minutes.

Financial Update - Steph Beaudoin reported that the Chapter account had a balance of approximately $13,100 and had received a check of $1,900 from NEMBA for new memberships and renewals. Steph summarized last month's expenditures and future expected costs. A summary of the chapter's recent finances is attached. The members voted to approve the financial report.

Old Business

1. NembaFest Event - Adams Farm. Peter Williams reminded attendees that the event is scheduled for September 26, 2021 and is limited to 250 persons. Registration is limited to online with no in-person same day registration. Please register as early as you can.

2. Borderland Bike Repair Stand: John Refford reported that he has been working with the Borderland DCR rangers and they have approved the installation of a bike repair stand near the Borderland Visitors Center. The members voted to approve the funding of $3,000 for the purchase and installation of the bike repair stand.

3. Blue Hills Bike Repair Stand: Steve Cobble reported that he has been working with the Blue Hills DCR rangers. The DCR supports the project but has not approved the location of the bike repair stand. To show that SEMass is committed to the project, the members voted to approve the funding of $3,000 for the purchase and installation of the bike repair stand. .

New Business

1. September Election of Chapter Officest: Peter Williams announced the SEMass chapter will be holding a Chapter officers election at the September 27, 2021 meeting. The election will be for president, vice president, treasurer and secretary positions. Currently the president and vice-president positions are vacant. Per the Chapter’s elections guidelines, the first step of the

election process is the appointment of an election leader. Bill Boles volunteered to be the election leader. Those interested in being considered for an officers position should contact Bill at

Steve Cobble nominated Tom Walker as a candidate for the president position. Tom accepted the nomination for the president position. Timothy Friedmann announced that he would like to be considered for the vice-president position. Step Beaudoin and Peter Williams indicated that they would like to be considered for re-election at their current positions of treasurer and secretary, respectively.

2. NEMBA Women’s Summit: Steph Beaudoin presented a status update on the NEMBA Women’s Summit which is planned for August 26-28, 2022. The NEMBA Women’s Summit aims to increase women’s involvement, experience, skills and knowledge as participants, advocates and leaders in mountain biking.

Park Updates

1. Massasoit State Park - Arthur “Chuck” Dunne reported (post meeting) that the campground trail reroute proposal is under review by the DCR. It is anticipated that the DCR will require that the work not start till after the Columbus Day weekend when the campground closes..

2. Wompatuck State Park: Tim Friedemann noted that the Landmine Race is scheduled for September 12th and that registration is limited to online with no in-person same day registration.

3. Cutler Park: Steve Cobble reported that he is continuing to work with the DCR rangers and additional bridge repairs will be considered in the future.

4. Ames Nowell: Tom Tutkus reported that one of the support beams for the skinny bridges is broken and is a safety hazard.

5. Borderland: John Refford reported that they are planning a trail reroute on October 9, 2021 for a severely deteriorated trail.

6. Adams Farm: George Lester/Tom McKenna (post meeting) indicated that they are planning the construction of a new bridge on the orange trail in the Fall. George agreed to become the Park Representative for Adams Farm.


Meeting adjourned at approximately 8:15 PM.

The next meeting will be in-person on Monday, September 27 at 7:00 PM.

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Event Leader

Steve Cobble

Southeast MA

Manuel F. Correllus SF, Edgartown

500 Barnes Rd
Edgartown  Massachusetts  02539
United States
Parking is located a few hundred yards south of this location


At 5300 acres Manuel F. Correllus State Fores occupys a large portion of the center of Martha's Vineyard.

There are about 14 miles of trails in the forest, including a paved bike path that links to many additional parking areas.  See Map.

The dirt trails include miles of wide fire roads and some singletrack trails.

In addition the forest hosts a disc golf course.

In season there is hunting at Manuel F. Correllus. But not on Sundays.

At the time of this writing the trail system is undergoing renovations and an updated map will be posted when the work is completed.

The forest surrounds the Martha's Vineyard airport on three sides. The airport was carved out of the forest during World War II for an auxillary Naval air facility. Read more about [node:title]

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CC NEMBA Full Moon Beach Ride

Event Date

10/20/21 6:30pm

CC NEMBA Full Moon Fat Bike Beach Ride @ Sandy Neck Beach

Location: Sandy Neck Beach West Barnstable
Ride starts 6:30 - Get there by 6:15.

If you missed the last Full Moon Fatty ride at Sandy Neck we are doing it again on Wednesday Oct 20th at 6:30 at SNK.

October's full moon is the known as the Hunter's Moon among other names.

A good working bike and a helmet is a must. Be sure to check the sealant in your tires.

Mountain or Plus tires will not work on the beach. It's recommended you have 3.8 tires or bigger.

Don't forget to fully charge your lights.

Around a 2 - 3 hour tour. Beginner and intermediate ride. No advanced pace.

Please see link below to familiarize yourself with the area.

Meeting at the main parking lot near the bathhouse .

Plan accordingly as the ride starts at 6:30

   Sign NEMBA's Annual Waiver ahead of time if you haven't already done so.

   This will be awesome!   Be there!


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Ride Level

All Levels

Ride Style


Ride Leader Name

Frank Merola

SE MA NEMBA Bridge Build @ Adams Farm


9/18/21 9:00am

SEPT 18, 9AM - Noon

SEMASS NEMBA Trail Day at Adams Farm

We are looking for volunteers to help with a Bridge build on the Orange Trail at Adams Farm.  This new bridge will be about 40’ long, 3’ wide, and will span a small stream that crosses the trail.

We will cut the lumber on-site then use a truck to take the lumber to the trailhead.  From there, we will need to hike in the lumber about 1,000’ to the work site.

Meeting at the barn at Adams Farm at 9AM.  We should be completed by noon. 

   999 North Street, Walpole

There will be food and a fun ride afterwards, covering your favorite Adams Farms trails as well as some adjacent lesser known terrain in Medfield!

About the location: This stream crossing has a technical rock crossing and a mud pit.  The bridge will cross the mud and leave the technical rock option.

Please bring cordless impact drivers (with your name on them), gloves, hiking boots and some water.

Please email me at or Tom McKenna at if you can attend.

   Hope to see you on October 3rd. 

Let's Make Adams Farm's Trails Better.

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Event Leader

George Lester