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Franklin Falls Dam
9/28/19 (All day)
Just last week the City Council of Franklin approved the MOU (Memorandum of Understanding) on building trails at Veterans Memorial Recreation Area. On behalf of NEMBA I signed off on the document this morning.
So Trail Buiding Day #1 will be Saturday, September 28 @ 9 am. Please bring hand tools, work gloves, plenty of water, and snacks. The goal is to rough in two trails and get a better scope on future development. There is talk of having access to a mini excavator if we have any operators out there �
And I am really hoping my good friends at Kettlehead Brewing kick us down some beers for apres ;-)
Please feel free to contact (DM) me on Facebook with any questions.
Come join us at Franklin Falls to help build the Heritage Trail re-route this Saturday, May 18th at 9AM. All of the trails have been cleaned up and leaf-blown so we can focus exclusively on moving an eroded section of the trail to a more sustainable (and hopefully fun) location.
We have a good selection of trail building tools, but extra shovels, rakes, and loppers always come in handy.
We'll have snacks and water in the morning and should finish up by noon with cheese burgers and hot dogs.
Of course, bring your bike if you want to ride after. If you have any questions call or text Matt Bowser at 603-491-5448
Hope to see you on the 18th.
You do not have to be a member of NEMBA to help out. You just have to want to make Franklin Falls' trails better
Oh! You can savr time by siging NEMBA'a once-a-year Trail Care & Ride Waivers ahead of time if you havent' already done so.
3/21/19 (All day)
Don't miss our Spring Meeting next Thursday Evening, March 21 at 6pm!
Come to talk bikes and hear about new trail plans for 2019.
All mountain bikers welcome, bring all your riding buddies for a fun social night.
The apps and first drink is on us!
Onions Pub and Restaurant 255 Main Street, Tilton, NH
In the Town Square.
Looking forward to seeing you there!
President - Central NH NEMBA Read more about Central NH NEMBA Chapter Meeting & Social
11/8/18 (All day)
All friends of the Central New Hampshire Chapter of NEMBA are invited to join us on
Thursday, November 8, 2018 at the Highland Pub for our Autumn Social and Annual Meeting.
Central NH NEMBA Autumn Social and Annual Meeting
November 8th, 2018 at 6:00 PM
Highland Mountain Bike Park
75 Ski Hill Drive
After a short business meeting to review what we accomplished this past year and our plans for the coming year, we will gather to socialize and talk bikes, beer and trails.
The Highland Pub offers a great selection of food and craft beer (and the first beer will be on us!).
We look forward to seeing everyone and celebrating a year of many achievements! Hoping to see many new faces, you need not be a member! Read more about Central NH NEMBA Autumn Social & Annual Meeting
Come join the Central New Hampshire Chapter of NEMBA on Saturday November 3rd at 9 AM to help build a new mountain bike trail on the City's Broken Ground property right in Concord.
We will meet just past the Portsmouth Street kiosk on the access road to the water tower (located here: 43.228604, -71.495165).
When finished, the new trail will be over 1.25 miles long, so we have our work cut out for us. The trail bed will be laid out, but we'll still need to rake the trail bed as well as bench and berm a few sections. We'll have fire rakes, Rogue Hoes, shovels, and other trail building tools, but we can always use more leaf rakes, spade shovels, and of course volunteers who like to get dirty.
After we finish up between 12 and 1 we'll be hosting a cookout to help thank you for your hard work. Feel free to bring your bikes to try out the new trail.
If you have any questions, call or text Matt Bowser @603-491-5448
See you there. Read more about Central NH NEMBA Trail Build
Hanover's Trescott Water Supply Lands are the water source for the town. There are over 13 miles of multiuse trails here, only motorized vehicles and unleashed dogs are prohibited.
The trails are mellow rarely entering the intermediate-hard zone. There are quite a few old doubletracks but mostly you'll be enjoying some really fun trails.
The Lipfert Forest is a very pleasant place to ride. You can park at the Cornish/Claremont town line sign on Route 12-A. In all there are over 11 miles of trails here. Some of which connect into the Cornish Town Forest.
These are privately owned trails which, thanks to the generosty of the Lipfert Family are open to the general public. Read more about Lipfert Forest