Central ME

PR NEMBA Trail School


5/20/18 (All day)

Penobscot Region NEMBA's Trail School - Great Pond Mountain


 · Hosted by Bald Mountain Community Center and 2 others

Online registration is now open for Penobscot Region NEMBA's Trail School with Great Pond Mountain Conservation Trust.

This course is perfect for riders, trail enthusiasts, land stewards and land managers interested in learning about what makes for sustainable, enjoyable trails and how to take care of them.

The course will include classroom presentations on the best practices of trail building and maintenance in the morning, followed by hands-on trail building clinics in the afternoon.

Coffee, snacks and lunch will be included, and there will also be an option to purchase IMBA's trail building textbook, IMBA Trail Solutions.

The cost is $20. Please bring a check or cash for $40 if you wish to purchase IMBA's book, Trail Solutions: IMBA's Guide to Building Sweet Singletrack. * We will need to know ahead if you want a book as we will be ordering them.

The course class room setting will take place at the Bald Mountain Community Center located at 1287 Bald Mountain Rd, Orland, ME 04472, just over the Dedham line about 20 minutes outside of Bangor. 

The hands on clinics will take place on Great Pond Mountain Conservation Land Trust lands. We will be constructing some sustainable single track that is beginner friendly.

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Penobscot Region

Event Leader

Craig MacDonald

CR NEMBA Allspeed Grand Opening Party


5/26/18 5:00pm

Join us in celebration of the grand opening or Allspeed Cyclery at our new location at Carrabassett Valley!

This will be our first fully operational day at our new location; Located on Touring Center Road. We'll be open for rentals, service, and will be able to help you out with the same great mtb products we have at our Portland location. Join us towards the end of the day for some suds and grub! 

We would also like to encourage everyone to participate in the Carrabassett Region NEMBA trail day, for more information on that, please check it out here https://www.facebook.com/events/1886510641422115/ This is a great way to give back to the trails that you ride and love! Read more about [node:title]


Carrabassett Region


Event Leader

Allspeed Cyclery

CR NEMBA Trail Work Day


5/26/18 (All day)

CRNEMBA Volunteer Trail Work Day & Allspeed Cyclery & Snow's Carrabassett Valley Grand Opening Party.

Saturday, May 26, we are sponsoring our first volunteer trail work day of the season.

Following the trail work day and group ride, Allspeed Cyclery & Snow will be celebrating their Grand Opening at the Sugarloaf Outdoor Center.

Click the event page links below for details.

CRNEMBA Volunteer Trail Work Day


Allspeed Cyclery & Snow’s Grand Opening Party



Carrabassett Region


Event Leader

Josh Tauses

Six Rivers

  • Six Rivers NEMBA started in April 2018 to serve the Bath, Topsham and Brunswick area mountain bikers. We plan to partner with municipalities, land trusts and private landowners in order to link the numerous trail networks in the area. Our goal is to increase the viability of mountain bike trail development in Bath and Brunswick through advocacy and education, and develop new trails on municipal lands in Topsham. In addition, we are prioritizing youth outreach and programming, and working proactively with our local land trusts, municipalities, schools, and other organizations to identify, acquire, and protect areas for trails, increase off‐road connectivity in our communities, as well as promote outdoor recreation.

    Join us!

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CR NEMBA Spring Social


4/21/18 (All day)

We hope you can join us at The Rack BBQ for our first Social of 2018. We’re hosting this Social with the help of our friends at The Rack, 5016 Access Road, Carrabassett Valley, ME  from 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM to celebrate the winter riding season AND usher in a summer of dry trails, sunny weather, and miles of riding!

Come and learn about our winter grooming efforts, “Sprocket” (our new SnowDog track-sled groomer), and the trail crew’s plans for this summer! We’ll have mens’ and ladies’ CRNEMBA custom-designed T-shirts at the event for $20 each and all proceeds will go to the trails!

The Rack, a pile of mountain bikers of all ages, and good laughs; what else do you really need to know?

CRNEMBA – If you have a bike, you’re one of us!

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Carrabassett Region

Event Leader

Ed Gervais

Central Maine NEMBA Movie Night


7/20/17 7:00pm

Central Maine NEMBA will be hosting a movie night fundraiser on Thursday July 20th. Proceeds will be used to develop trails and support the Dirt Divas.

The event will be at the Lost Valley Ski Area, 200 Lost Valley Rd, Auburn, ME 04210 starting at 7:00 PM.  The movie, The SIsterhood of Shred, will start at 7:30.

Entry fee will be $10 at the door but bring extra for food and drinks.

Hope to see you there.


Lost Valley


Central Maine

Carrabassett Region NEMBA Ride Leader Clinic


7/8/17 (All day)

Carrabassett Region NEMBA will be hosting a Ride Leader Clinic on Saturday July 8th. It will begn at 10:00 AM at the SugarBowl located at 1242 Carrabassett Drive.

The Clinic, consisting of lectures and discussions, will be held from 10:00 AM to Noon. This will be followed by coffee & snacks.
From 1:00 - 3:00 there will be a ride where we can practice what we've learned and blow off our classroom cobwebs.  
From 4:00 - 6:00+ Carrabassett Region NEMBA will be having a social for anyone who would like to attend.  There will be live music and half off on all appetizers. 

Topics to be covered iin the clinic will include but not be limited to:
            How to begin a safe fun ride.
            Successful ride formats.
            Ride types & rider expectations.
            Leader responsibilities.
            Liability Concerns.
            What to bring on a group ride.
            How to end a ride.

For more information or to sign up contact me, Cathy Morton at cathymorton@hotmail.com



Carrabassett Region Greater Portland Penobscot Region


Event Leader

Cathy Morton

PR NEMBA / Ski Rack Sports Thursday Intermediate Ride

Event Date

Repeats every week every Thursday until Thu Sep 27 2018 .
5/24/18 (All day)

Group ride Thursday at 6 PM with PR NEMBA and Ski Rack Sports of Bangor.

Ski Rack Sports is located at 24 Longview Dr. Bangor. Meet in the back parking lot area. The ride will be in the Bangor City Forest and Bangor Bog with mixed terrain.

The ride will start at 5:45. Ride time length of 1.5 hours. This is a intermediate ride for all. This will be an ongoing ride throughout the season. Bring a little food and hydration for your ride. Water is available at the shop.
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Ski Rack Sports, 24 Longview Dr., Bangor




Ride Style


Ride Leader Name

Ski Rack Sports

PR NEMBA needs Riders Like You

Wednesday, May 3, 2017

Would you like to be more involved with PR NEMBA?
  • At our last board meeting we developed committees to create an opportunity for members to be more involved. We know everyone has busy schedules so we created an opportunity for members to be involved in a limited way. These committees will meet 1-2 times a year and most communication will be done through email or messenger. Members of the various committees will be tasked with investigating, considering, reporting, or acting on different matters of business that PR NEMBA will be engaging in for 2017.
    • Current Committees are:
      Membership Committee
      Branding and Merchandise Committee
      Trail Development Committee
    • We are also looking for a member or two to head up the following committees:
      Program and Events Committee
      Fundraising Committee
  • If you are interested in more information about how you can step up and serve the mountain biking community in our area, please email prnemba@gmail.com.

And a few other things to consider.....

  • At least half (if not more) of the trails in the "bog" actually lie on BLT properties. As a land trust they must balance conservation and the recreational needs of their many users. Mountain bikers are their largest user group on these trails, we have put in hours of trail work on our own and with BLT over the past few years. And yet very few of us are paid members. Please consider joining or making a donation.  It would be nice to show BLT that conservation AND trails are not mutually exclusive......here's the link: BLT Donate Page
  • And if you are a rider of the Orono Land Trust properties, consider joining or donating to this land trust: OLT Donate Page
  • And don't forget about us!  Since we have organized we have been forging relationships with landowners. And they are taking notice. So please support our efforts to improve mountain biking opportunities in our community by joining or renewing here