SORBA News & Events
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
We need your knowledge and insights right from the start in order to plan the right work in the right places for the right reasons.
Dear IMBA-SORBA members: The USFS has published three forest plan alternatives for the Pisgah-Nantahala. When one of these alternatives or a version is adopted, it would create the management guidelines for the forest for the next 20 years. IMBA-SORBA and its Western...
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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.
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.