Tuesday, October 7, 2014
Anyone is welcome!
Next meeting: 7 October 2014
Tuesday, October 7, 2014
This is a no-drop co-ed group "Intermellow" ride, expect 1.5+ hours, 8-14 miles.
Tabitha will be available to lead a B group.
Lights and orange required.
You don't have to be a member to join us.
You do not have to be a NEMBA member to join us.
Choose your own adventure- mellow miles with Tabitha or go the distance with Glenn!
This is a no-drop co-ed group ride.
Lights and orange required. Read more about RI NEMBA Woody Hill Ride
The moon is full and Arcadia is gorgeous. Join us for a night of lunacy on the trails of Mt Tom and Escoheag.
Pace will be advanced intermediate but if we have enough interest a more mellow group can be formed.
You will need lights.
Either way bring some climbing legs because the best views are from the top.
You do not have to be a member to howl with us.
Sunday, November 13, 2022 at 9 AM
Lincoln Woods Beach Parking Lot 2 Les Pawson Loop, Lincoln, RI 02865
More details will be forthcoming on this Facebook Page.
You don't have to be a membet to take part.
*Online Registraion link Here!
8-15 miles of technical single track fun to help hungry families get something to eat this winter
Inter-mello Guided Ride: 9:30 meet near registration tent
Arrows Down/Course closed: 1:00PM
Post ride Pizza: 11:30 AM - 1:00PM
We’re bringing back the Lincoln Woods-Food Bank Ride. Just in time before the plunging temps put an end to the regular riding season. Get squirrely on some of the choicest technical singletrack in southern New England! We’ll have arrowed loops of the best Linocln has to offer for XC and enduro with plenty of features to play on, punchy hills to climb, and easy bailouts in case it gets rough. We’ll even have a guided inter-mello ride for those just looking to cruise the trails and session a few features.
Bring a cash donation or non perishable food item to support the RI Food Bank.
Please do not bring expired food items or junk that you wouldn’t eat.
The Bank’s most needed food items are: Soups & stews (canned or boxed); Pasta, Macaroni & Cheese; Breakfast Cereals; Rice, Canned fish and meat, Canned fruit, Canned vegetables, Tomato products, Canned or dried;
Nut & seed butters, Sauces, spices and condiments (tomato, sofrito, fish, soy, coconut milk, extra virgin olive oil, rice vinegar, crushed red pepper, paprika, adobo, cinnamon, ginger).
Food items are great, but cash is even better since the Bank has the ability to buy so much more for a dollar than the average consumer through their vendor partnerships.
Linlcoln Woods is a no-alcohol property. Please respect the wishes of the land manager so we can continue to hold events here.
On Sunday, November 6th, RINEMBA and New England Youth Cycling (NEYC) will join forces to continue work on Arcadia's Browning Mill Bridge Project.
We are so excited to get NEYC racers from Rhode Island involved in local trail work!
Anyone interested in joining is more than welcome.
Trail work will be from 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM, and lunch is included afterwards! Volunteers can get community service hours, awesome swag, and are invited to ride with Shimano representative Jim Grimley at around 1:00 PM.
Please bring work boots, gloves, and wear orange!
Time: 9:00 AM
*Head count is appreciated, please respond to this Facebook event page if interested. Thanks!
You don't have to be a member or a kid to help us build this bridge.
Your chapter - Your Trails
Octobe 6th 5:30 - 7:00 @ Trek Lakeville
263 Bedford, St, Lakeville, MA
Our first chapter meeting.
We'll be discussing topics such as winter trail maintenance at local riding areas, and general concepts for the chapter.
Agenda to be provided ahead of the meeting. A limited amount of soft drinks, cookies and pizza will be provided.
We'll need to stay organized with our agenda, as there is a time limit to 7PM out of respect for the employees of the bike shop.
The meeting will begin at 5:30PM.
You do not have to be a member of Southcoast NEMBA to attend.
SEMass, RI and Cape Cod NEMBA members are welcome too. Read more about Southcoast NEMBA chapter Meeting
Join us for the 3rd installment of the Browning Mill Pond Bridge Project to build boardwalk on the west side of the pond with lumber donated by the State of RI.
We have been working beside the State of RI (DEM) on this project all year.
Collaborative work like this shows that mountain bikers are responsible and caring members of the outdoor community and helps to get other exciting trail programs approved.
You don't have to be a NEMBA memebr to join us.
This will be the first of multiple trail days which will be hosted to build and polish a flow section on The Other One.
We have big plans to make it one of the most fun and unique sections of trail in Woody Hill, so come be a part of it!
You don't have to be a NEMBA memebr to help us make great trails., Read more about RI NEMBA Woody Hill Trail Build