You are here

All

Midlands SORBA Partners with South Carolina Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism

In a place better known for sleepy Spanish moss than speedy adrenaline sports, a growing group of mountain bikers is amped about the rejuvenated biking scene.

Mid TN Raising Funds to Build New Trail in 3 County Parks

The Middle TN chapter of the Southern Off-Road Bicycle Association has developed a strong relationship with Nashville Davidson Country Metro Parks to build mountain bike trails in multiple parks throughout the county, particularly in areas that have no beginner or intermediate level trails.  Experienced trail leaders and volunteers have almost completed phase one,  resulting in constru

Coldwater Mountain Grand Opening June 1st and 2nd

Introducing Coldwater Mountain, IMBA-SORBA’s newest trail system! The Grand Opening ceremony for Coldwater Mountain, located outside of Anniston, AL, is set for noon, June 1st, at the trailhead.

Coldwater Mountain Grand Opening Fact Sheet

IMBA-SORBA's newest trail near Annistion, AL opens the weekend of June 1st. We've put together the following information to help you plan your trip for the celebration.

Friday, June 1st
Ceremony begins at 12 noon at the trailhead.
Group and individual rides commence after the ceremony.
Lunch is NOT provided on Friday, so bring something, or eat before you get there.

The gate to the mountain is locked from sunset to sunrise each day.

SORBA’s Spring Advocacy Leadership Training Weekend

SORBA has some of the best mountain biking advocacy leaders in the country, and representatives from 25 of our 33 chapters gathered in Knoxville, TN over the weekend of March 31st to inspire and be inspired.

Chapter Roll Call for Spring 2012 Board of Directors Meeting

March 31st, 2012 Knoxville, TN

Chapter names in bold red were not present

Chapter name

Proxy

Appalachian Mountain Bike Club (AMBC)

 

The Chattahoochee National Forest Needs Your Input on FS Roads

The USFS Chattahoochee National Forest is asking for your input on the Transportation Study on the Chattahoochee National Forest.

The study will identify roads needed for safe and efficient travel and for the protection, management, and use of the national forest.  At the same time, it is an opportunity to identify roads that are no longer needed.

Learn more and provide comments on national forest roads before April 13, 2012 by visiting  

Advocacy Leadership Training and Spring Board Meeting this Weekend

Here's the agenda and hotel information for the IMBA-SORBA meeting in Knoxville:

Return to Coldwater Mountain

 

By Robin Allen

Pages