Holly moderates a discussion about
NEMBA's central resource: volunteers
sessions allowed everyone to enjoy
the warm Cape Cod sun and generate new ideas to protect
preserve our sport.
Boles facilitates a discussion about NEMBA's
challenges and how we can meet our goals and dreams.
and Brandon from the International
Association with Wachusett NEMBA's
Group discussions and brainstorming sessions will help
professionalize NEMBA's chapters and provide
direction for NEMBA as a whole. There was incredible
between the leadership of each NEMBA chapter
all about the ride! Participants got plenty of saddle
time during the two-day event, riding both the Trail of
got a bit crazy after dark! What could go wrong?
Parent heads off on one of the group rides.
Post, Anne Shepard, Chris Thurrott and Joe Levine
Linnenburger, Director of IMBA
leads a breakout session
on how to lead awesome trail work events.
Grimble, NEMBA's fifth president, discussing
strategies NEMBA can use to prevent riding
from being closed to bikes.
Cod's Trail of Tears provided an
inspirational backdrop to a weekend of
brainstorming and education
Hasenauer, past IMBA president,
of Famer and eloquent voice for
bike advocacy, made the keynote address
on efffective leadership.
leadership remained hydrated after the ride.
Turchi of CT NEMBA and Mt. A's Steve Cole
Boston NEMBA's Joe Re, providing some
entertainment. Don't worry,
no tires were injured during the filming
of the summit!
Chapters shared ideas about overcoming key issues
affect all mountain bikers in New England..
ideas generated should help guide
goals and strategies during the
next few years.
Brandon Dwight was attracted to the
bonfire like a moth to flame.