The riding around Boston is just starting to come online as we warm up and dry out and its going to be great! For 2014, GBNEMBA is expanding the weekliy rides available to you based on your feedback. So here you go!


Ben Franklin quipped, "The world is run by those that show up."  While true, it's also true that leadership, vision and lots of personal energy are needed to build a better future … and to build great trails and a great mountain bike...


What is a "PYT" ride??? PYT stands for Practice Your Technique. It is a ride where we go out and practice our technique or skills. It will usually start with a short talk about what we know and what we want to learn and then go for bit of a...


Kids Rides! GBNEMBA presents the 2014 Kids ride series. Mountain Biking is a GREAT way for kids and teens to build strong bodies, build confidence, have a ton of fun and enjoy being outside! The Kids Rides are designed for children ages 6-10...


What are the GBNEMBA Wednesday and Thursday Night Social Rides? These are all levels rides. There will be at minimum an advanced and a mellower group going out each week. If we have enough volunteer ride leaders, there may be an intermediate...


On April 4-6 one hundred and twenty mountain bikers from New York, New Jersey, Rhode Island, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Vermont, New Hampshire and Maine gathered on Cape Cod for the Northeast Mountain Bike Advocacy Summit.


Ride Like a Girl! is back for 2014! This extremely popular program for women riders is a cooperative effort between GBNEMBA and Highland Mountain Bike Park and is run by Highland Instructor Karen Eagan. Central to RLG is helping to support...


NEMBA now offers a group plan with AFLAC for Supplemental Accident Insurance. AFLAC is different from major medical because it's insurance for daily living. It pays cash benefits directly to you if you are ever in an accident or become...


By Paula Burton I always scour the mountain biking magazines for articles about access and trail builders. 


We thank everyone who donated to NEMBA Annual Fund. We are fortunate to have so many people who believe in our mission, and we are honored to work to make mountian biking better throughout the region.