Celebrating 30 Years!SORBA is the most effective nonprofit mountain biking organization in the Southeast Join SORBA
What is SORBA?
Since 1989, The Southern Off-Road Bicycle Association has worked to ensure that our public lands offer fun, challenging and sustainable mountain biking for all mountain bikers. As the leading mountain biking organization in the southeast, our mission is to create, enhance, and protect great mountain biking experiences in the southeast.
SORBA News & Events
On Saturday, June 28, 2018, TORC co-hosted our first women’s only trail work day - AKA Dirt Day - sponsored jointly with Wheelchix, a local women’s cycling advocacy group. We worked with Robert Patterson and Tom Teabo, the Lake Crabtree County Park trail...
Atlanta SORBA is forging new partnerships with local governments for new shared-use trail opportunities in Coweta County and the Atlanta metro area. Click HERE for more...
The Power of Membership
Members also enjoy special deals, programs and discounts. Find your local chapter today and learn more about becoming a member.
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Support Mountain Biking
Join or donate to SORBA and support mountain biking in the Southeast. Our members are more than just people who ride mountain bikes. We're passionate, concerned individuals who love the peace, beauty, ruggedness, and challenge of the trail. We are making the world better place for mountain biking.
Through our partnership with the IMBA Local program, joining SORBA is a very easy process. Just select your local chapter on the signup form, and you'll become a member of SORBA through your local chapter.
Your donations to SORBA help us carry out our mission of making great places to ride your mountain bike. As a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, all donations to SORBA are tax deductible.
Southern Off-Road Bicycle Association, 691 Pisgah Rd, Ellijay, GA 30536