• Sunday, May 18th- Red Tail Trail
• Sunday, June 15th
• Sunday, July 26th and 27th – our 14th annual MTB weekend
• Sunday, August 17th
• Sunday, September 21st
8/10/18 6:00pm to 8/12/18 4:00pm
NEMBA's Women's Leadership Retreat.
Join us for a weekend of rides, fun & workshops on topics : trail work, organizing events, getting women involved, and volunteering. We will also begin the planning process for NEMBA Women's Summit 2019.
There will be plenty of riding. PLENTY of riding! And a lot of just Hanging out and having fun.
Located at the Stepping Stone Spa, Darling Hill Rd, Lyndonville,
6/17/16 12:00pm to 6/19/16 3:30pm
NEMBAfest passes are still available at the venue, or you can just get a day pass if you're not camping. Come experience three days of mountain bike bliss!
So come celebrate all things mountain biking with us and be part of this great community of riders. You’ll be creating memories for a lifetime and enjoying the best that mountain biking has to offer. Remember: this festival is put on by two non-profits: NEMBA and the Kingdom Trails Association. It’s made possible by the efforts of hundreds of volunteers, over 55 generous landowners, and the entire community. Please show your support, thanks everyone who’s volunteering, and be respectful of the land, the trails and the community. Show everyone the best side of mountain biking!
Details here: www.nembafest.com Read more about Come to NEMBAfest!
Kingdom Trails, Vermont
Kingdom Trails should be on everyone's bucket list of world-class places to ride.
Neslled in the mountains of the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont, Kingdom Trails boasts over 100 miles of singletrack and doubletrack. Over 55 landowners graciously all the Kingdom Trails Association to build and maintain this extensive trail system entirely on private property.
A full time staff of trail gurus work to keep the trails in excellent shape, and regardless of the level of rider, everyone feels like a rockstar on their trails!
You can purchase a day "membership" pass or buy an annual membership and support the Kingdom Trails Association. Read more about Kingdom Trails