Southern ME

GP NEMBA Chapter Meeting & Ride

Date

9/24/22 10:30am

 

It’s been two years since Greater Portland NEMBA has hosted a real social.

Let’s change that!

Join us on September 24 at 12:30 p.m. at Definitive Brewing Company to hang with fellow mountain bikers and hear some exciting news about a new trail system in Windham.

Expect a great time, some big news, the chance to land new NEMBA swag, maybe even contribute or renew your membership.

All of this over some delicious beer, with food trucks on standby.

We will also be hosting rides for all abilities ahead of time, checking out the Portland trails. Our no-drop rides will leave from Definitive Brewing at 10:30 a.m. and will return the Definitive in plenty of time to join the festivities.

Details:

When: September 24 at 12:30 p.m. (with group rides leaving at 10:30 a.m.)
Where: Definitive Brewing Company, 35 Industrial Way, Portland, Maine 04103

Sign up at our Eventbrite page here.

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Chapter

Greater Portland

Seacoast NEMBA Mt Agamenticus Ride

Event Date

9/18/22 9:00am

Seacoast NH NEMBA Sunday Sept 18th INTERMEDIATE ride at Mt. Agamentixus @ 11am

Come join us for a fun filled day at Mt. Aggi! We have a local guiding us over 2 hills of this moderately technical terrain in York Maine.

Join Seacoast NEMBA at Mt. A following a few locals offering up their time to show us the best of the trails here. The plan is to ride the second and third hills with the option for the first hill.

Bring water and snacks as needed.

Mt. A is moderately technical. Please have a bike in good working condition and a helmet is a must. Once we’re on the hills it’s single track with hard climbs, technical descents, some flow, ledges, a few small bridges. Intermediate and above riders are welcome to join us.

The address is 72 Bennett Lot Rd, South Berwick, ME 03908. Park along the road.

Please contact Angela Petrigni-Ladd 603-818-9501

Sign up and get more information here. https://x.gldn.io/e/cACySRRN8sb

You do not have to be a member of NEMBA to ride with us.

Angela Petrigni-Ladd

603-818-9501

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State

Maine

Ride Level

Intermediate
Advanced-intermediate

Ride Style

XC

Ride Leader Name

Angela Petrigni-Ladd
603-818-9501

PR NEMBA Chapter Meeting

Date

9/1/22 6:30pm

 

Penobscot Regio NEMBA Chapter Meeting

Our next chapter meeting will be held Thursday September 1st at 6:30pm at Rose Bike Shop located at 9 Pine Street in Orono.

The meeting agenda is as follows and is subject to change.

-Approve minutes
-Treasurers Report
-Decide vote quorum
-Trail work update
-Fall social
-Election planning
-Open discussion
-Next meeting date/time

Register below. We hope to see you there!

  You don't have to be a member to attend.
 

Chapter

Penobscot Region

Great Pond Mountain Trail Work

Date

Repeats every week every Saturday 2 times .
8/20/22 9:30am

Great Pond Mountain Conservation Trust will be hosting volunteer trail building days on Saturday August 20th and August 27th at Great Pond Mountain and are looking for your help!

Volunteers will meet at 9:30 am at the Dead River Gate past the Craig Brook National Fish Hatchery in Orland.

Tools will be provided, but bring your own gloves, water, and snack.

Volunteers will work to extend the Capstone multi-use trail beyond Katahdin Overlook.

Great progress has been made by both the mini excavator operated by Borealis Trailworks, and volunteer crews, but there is still a lot of hand work to be done.

If you’d like to donate directly to GPMCT to help complete the trail extension project, you may donate online or with a mailed in check.

Online donations can be made at the following link:

https://secure.lglforms.com/form_engine/s/vJRHYP109a30h_6kTfwuOQ

Mailed donation checks made out to GPMCT may be sent to:

Great Pond Mountain
PO Box 266
Orland, ME 04472

Be sure to add “annual donation for mountain bike trails” in the memo line.

For more information, please reach out directly to

We hope to see you there!

You do not need to be a NEMBA member to help out.

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Chapter

Penobscot Region

PR NEMBA Summer Sufferfest

Event Date

7/24/22 9:00am

Penobscot Region NEMBA Summer Sufferfest

On Sunday, July 24th at 9:00am, PRNEMBA will be hosting it’s first Summer Sufferfest Epic ride!

The Summer Sufferfest Epic will take riders on a 23 mile guided ride through the Penobscot Region, with opportunity to extend their ride to 32, or even 49 miles!

The start and end point of each leg of the ride will be at the Caribou Bog Conservation Area parking lot off the Taylor Road in Orono.

Water will be available at the start/end points at the parking lot.

Please register for the ride at the following link.

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State

Maine

Ride Level

All Levels

Ride Style

XC

PR NEMBA Trail Day

Date

7/17/22 9:00am

On Friday July 15th from 5:00-7:30pm, and Sunday July 17th from 9:00am-11:30am, we will be working with Orono Land Trust to deconstruct unapproved trail features and restore ground surface to mitigate erosion and ensure proper water drainage towards the river below.

Volunteers will need to bring their own bug spray, water, and gloves, but tools will be provided.

If you have specialty tools (rock bar, pick axe, etc), or something else you feel will be helpful, please bring it!

We will meeting at the Piney Knoll parking area at the end of Colburn Drive in Orono.

If you are interested in this trail work opportunities, please register at the following link for the time slot(s) that you can attend.

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Chapter

Penobscot Region

PR NEMBA Trail Day

Date

7/15/22 5:00pm

On Friday July 15th from 5:00-7:30pm, and Sunday July 17th from 9:00am-11:30am, we will be working with Orono Land Trust to deconstruct unapproved trail features and restore ground surface to mitigate erosion and ensure proper water drainage towards the river below.

Volunteers will need to bring their own bug spray, water, and gloves, but tools will be provided.

If you have specialty tools (rock bar, pick axe, etc), or something else you feel will be helpful, please bring it!

We will meeting at the Piney Knoll parking area at the end of Colburn Drive in Orono.

If you are interested in this trail work opportunities, please register at the following link for the time slot(s) that you can attend.

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Chapter

Penobscot Region

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