SORBA News & Events
The National Forest Foundation (NFF) and the Blue Ridge Ranger District, Chattahoochee-Oconee National Forest (CONF) has awarded a $40k grant to SORBA to administer the Jake & Bull Mountain - Jones Creek Dam Reroute Project. The Jones Creek Dam Reroute is being...
Join or renew now during the month of October! or one of these When you join or renew your membership with a SORBA chapter in October, you're entered to win the SORBA 2020 Trek Roscoe 7, and the IMBA Yeti. Your membership supports the trails you ride! More people...
The “City in a Forest” is about to open its first mountain bike trail system within city limits. It’s impossible to miss Atlanta’s lush tree canopy. Aptly nicknamed the “City in a Forest,” more than 50 species of trees grow in the metro area, covering almost half of...
Collaborating with other user groups is a great way to get more accomplished in our forests and to drive home the point that we are all in it for similar reasons. Thanks to Pisgah Area SORBA Trail Crew Coordinator, Charly Aurelia, for sharing some chainsaw...
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 info.
SORBA Chattanooga is raising funds for a downhill Bike Park! With a goal of $330,000, the chapter is well on its way with $212,500 already raised. Located in Hixon, Tennessee, Mountain Creek Park will provide the first downhill trails in the Chattanooga region,...
The National Mountain Biking Survey is now open and seeking the diverse opinions of America’s mountain bikers to understand their habits, access to trails and levels of engagement. Between August 20 and September 20, anyone and everyone who rides a mountain bike—from...
The Tarheel Trailblazers, Charlotte, NC, are proud of their newest trail build. The Beatty Pump Track is 800-1000 ft long, and was built by Elevated Trail Design. Saturday we had about 40 volunteers help us with the finishing work, and we had about 75 -100 riders...
Please help our fellow SORBA chapter (Tri-Cities SORBA, Johnson City, TN) by reading letters and directions below, and then composing comments in your words in support for the Buffalo Mountain Bike Trail Project: Buffalo Mountain Bike Trails - Comments (1) Official...
The Lake Hickory Trails include a 1.8-mile beginner flow trail, a 4-mile intermediate loop, a pump track for both advanced and beginner riders, and an advanced jump line for more skilled riders.
SORBA is excited to launch its new web presence.
Agreement gives mountain bikers a seat at the table when the USFS develops new trails and works to maintain existing multi—use trails
The agreement focuses on Forever Wild land Trust Property called Live Oak Landing, in Stockton, Alabama.
Tennessee’s singletrack utopia continues to grow and there are over 120 miles of purpose-built singletrack in Chattanooga.
Visitors may purchase day or annual parking passes upon arrival at the Park
About this Event
This will be a 6 hours ride on designated trails at the Forever Wild Property. Whoever has the most laps/miles wins. You can ride solo or as a team. Routes will be posted later.
Team-Male, Female, Mixed
$35 Solo, $20 Per team member
Saturday December 14, 2019
8:30 Pre Race Meeting, 9:00 Start
The Forever Wild Trails
East Parking Lot
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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.
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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.
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