NEMBA News

2014-06-27

There's always a lot going on in NEMBA.  Come get dirty doing trail work, check out our special events, and hop on as many rides as your legs can handle!

2014-06-12

The Redbones Bike Party of 2014 is in the books. Thank you Redbones for being such a great supporter of cycling!!! Thanks to the hard work of Sean Sosik-Hamor of TrunkmonkeyRacing.com, we have some great pics of the event to share: http://...

2014-06-08

 "By this time in my mountain biking career I had already been out West once, California to be specific, and ridden their trails with hour long ascents and descents.  I knew what he was referring to.  Aside from the White Mountain notches...

2014-06-08

Sandy Neck, Barnstable Beach Fat Tire Policy

2014-06-07

There are a bunch of rides happening in Rhode Island every week, come check one out! Ride after work Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday nights. If evenings don't work for you, come find us on Saturday and Sunday mornings.

2014-06-06

Stan and Dan Sports 1st annual Bike Swap was recently held with 10% of the proceeds going to  WMNMBA and 10% to MWV Biking Club. Lots of great deals were to be had. They had 110 bikes and bike items put up by owners and over a 3rd sold...

2014-06-06

On behalf of NEMBA's Board of Directors, we welcome our newest chapter representing the Plymouth, Campton, Thornton and Waterville Valley areas of New Hampshire. Here is their petition to form a new chapter: Please consider this our formal...

2014-06-06

The Upper Saco Valley Land Trust is engaged in a campaign to close out the purchase of an easement on the land surrounding Mount Surprise, which includes a number of singletrack trails, and the top of Mount Surprise (north of hurricane...

2014-05-29

As I write this my home trails in Central NH are just starting to dry out.  Many spots in New England are getting the latest start we’ve gotten for the last few years.  Not a problem though, that just means we won’t burn out mid-Summer and...

2014-05-19

Riders and trail enthusiasts from an array of organizations gathered at Goodwin Conservation Center in Hampton, Connecticut for NEMBA's annual two-day course in trail design, construction and maintenance.

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