NEMBA includes the following links which may be of
interest to the New England Mountain bike community. Please let us know if any of these
sites contain material which runs counter to NEMBA's and IMBA's missions.
- IMBA - The International Mountain Bike Association
- This organization promotes mountain bike access world wide and supports over 600
organizations like NEMBA. Their new website is a great resource for all types of mountain
Mountain Biking Pages in the Northeast USA
A resource of maps and local knowledge for New England mountain bikers.
Cod Bike Guide
- A bicycling resource dedicated to the entire
Cape, from the bridges to P-town.
for Lynn Woods
VT Bike Club
- Dedicated to Biking in and around Middlebury,
- The Eastern Fat Tire Association, which is loosely
affiliated with NEMBA, sponsors MTB racing in
the Northeast USA.
- The Friends of Massabesic Bicycling Association
is a non-profit organization, dedicated to preserving
bicycling priviledges within the Lake Massabesic
watershed. Volunteers work directly with the Manchester
Water Works implementing a program of general
trail improvmements, maintinence and education.
- Western New York Mountain Bicycling Association
and Mountain Fun in Vermont
- More Vermont Mountain Biking and other stuff
by Mitch Lieberman.
- Mid-Atlantic Off-Road Enthusiasts.
- Links to
Commercial Mountain Biking Facilities in New England.
- Several New England ski areas offer mountain
biking and have pages on the web.
New England Bicycling Pages
- The Bicycle Coalition of Massachusetts.
- A Boston roadie club. They have urban MTB rides
now and then.
- Mad About
- MAC is a Cape Cod bicycle advocacy group. They
provided a great deal of help setting up NEMBA's
Cape Cod & Islands chapter, and remain affilitated
with the NEMBA CC&I chapter.
The Northest Bicycle Club
- The Northeast Bicycle Club is a USCF racing
club in Boston's northwest suburbs.
- The Narragansett Bay Wheelmen is a bike club
in Rhode Island
- A bike club in Worcester, MA.
Stuff on the Net of Interest to New England Mountain
- New England Naturalist
Training Center (NENTC)
- NENTC offers unique, hands on ecology focused
environmental education to a
wide variety of groups and the general public.
- Promotes the protection, enjoyment, and wise
use of the mountains, rivers, and trails of the
- MASS Maps
- It allows you to look at almost all the data
in the state's Geographic Information System (GIS),
on the web. It will probably be slow through a
modem but you can check out USGS maps, aerial
photos, and all kinds of stuff.
- The Cohos
- The Cohos Trail, when it is fully completed,
will be a 150-mile long remote and wild trail
in northern-most New Hampshire.
- Dirt Rag
- DirtRag's a good MTB mag with a lot of stuff
on the north east and has some columns written
- Bicycling Magazine's web site.
- Women's Mountain Bike and Tea Socieity
- Trailwrights is a non-profit volunteer organization,
the purpose of which is to promote environmentally
sound techniques of trail maintenance and safe
ethical hiking practices.
Coast Greenway Alliance
- Trail advocay organization working for all trail
of the Blue Hills
- In 1976 The Friends of the Blue Hills was created
to restore, preserve and protect approximately
8,000 acres of the Historic Blue Hills and Neponset
- Friends of the Borderland
- Friends of the Wompatuck
- The nation's oldest private, statewide conservation
and preservation organization. Since 1891, we
have protected over 33,000 acres of land in Massachusetts,
including 83 public reservations representing
many of the state's most scenic, ecologically
rich, and historically important landscapes.
Brown Bicycle Glossary
- A nice collection of bicycling terminology
- United States
Bicycle Polo Association
- Check out the age old game of Polo now play
on mountain bikes.
Department of Consevation and Recreation
- The Commonwealth of Massachusetts Department
of Environmental management has pages on Massachusetts
Forests and Parks.
- Connecticut Forests and Parks Association
NEMBA links to sites that we think would be helpful to our visitors and that we believe support our mission statement. Since we cannot consistently monitor these pages, we would appreciate comments, and if you find that any of the pages go against NEMBA's mission goals, please email us at email@example.com.
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