SAM Members Inducted to Alabama Sports and Adventure Hall of Fame

SAM Members Inducted to Alabama Sports and Adventure Hall of Fame

Members of the Southeast Alabama Mountain Bikers (SAM-SORBA) were inducted into the Alabama Sports and Adventure Hall of Fame in Dothan, AL, for their efforts on the Forever Wild Trails. The event was held at the Dothan Civic Center and was a sight to see. Sparing no...
Halls Top Master Plan Update

Halls Top Master Plan Update

On a snowy and cold day in Newport, TN, stakeholders in the Hall’s Top Trail project met to go over new trail alternatives with trail project manager Chris Kehmeier from C2 Recreation Consulting. This project was first introduced here on the SORBA website. A...
North Shore Racks Sponsors SORBA

North Shore Racks Sponsors SORBA

We are excited to announce a new sponsor for SORBA, North Shore Racks. Based in Vancouver, BC, North Shore Racks builds each product by hand using all North American products. These vertical racks come in a variety of options, from 2 bikes to 6 bikes. Additionally,...
Old Fort, NC, Groundbreaking Ceremony

Old Fort, NC, Groundbreaking Ceremony

Over 200 people were on hand in Old Fort, NC, to witness the groundbreaking of their new trail system and Trailhead on a chilly January afternoon. Even the threat of a winter storm couldn’t hinder the spirits of everyone on hand. During the event, members of The...
2021 SORBA Impact Report

2021 SORBA Impact Report

Trails, More Important Than Ever Happy New Year! SORBA and its chapters grew in members, trail mileage and trail users in 2021. The effects of the pandemic brought a renewed appreciation for trails. We feel that appreciation will continue for years to come. Check out...
San Lee Park A Success Story

San Lee Park A Success Story

The story of San Lee Park in Sanford, NC is a success story that showcases what a supportive land manager, governmental organizations and local advocacy can do with a difficult situation. We could not be more proud of how our help with a willing land manager turned a...