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Bear Brook Boogie

Kona Bicycles MTB Adventure

Sunday, October 5th, 2014
Bear Brook State Forest

Allentown, NH

Registration: 9am-11am

Come join the Southern New Hampshire chapter of NEMBA for the fun, while helping to save the trails in Bear Brook State Park. Bear Brook was recently rated as the top place to mountain bike in NH.  Come check out the place that everyone is talking about   There will be a 10-13 mile intermediate loop, and a 20-25 mile advanced loop.  Ride fast or just cruise, the trails are arrowed so everyone knows where to go and you don’t have to worry about getting lost!

All the money raised by the Boogie goes directly to the park to rebuild and maintain the trails.

Riders can follow marked courses on their own at any time or take part in a led ride.

Led rides: There will be a beginner/novide led ride at 11am and two intermediate led rides at 10 and 11am.

Cost: $10.00 for NEMBA members, $25.00 for non-members and FREE for anyone
who joins NEMBA at the event - Kids 15 and Under Ride free with a registered parent or Guardian

Bear Brook State Park, located in Allenstown NH, offers over 30 miles of mountain biking trails from mellow woods roads to challenging single track.  In addition, the park offers camping (May – October) and a beach/swimming area.  Come explore the park while helping a good cause.  It’s a great way to spend the day and it’s a great place to ride!


Bear Brook has a wonderful campground, so come and make a weekend out of it! For reservations call 877-647-2757.  For more info on camping.


157 Deerfield Road, Allenstown, NH 03275 (look for Snowmobile Parking Lot)

Route I-93 & I-95 are the gateway highways to New Hampshire.

From I-93

Exit 9N onto Route 3/28 North.  Follow about 12 miles into Allenstown, NH.  Veer right onto Route 28 when Route 3 splits off.  Follow Route 28 for about 2 miles before turning right onto Deerfield Road.  (There is a Bear Brook State Park sign on the corner).  Hayes Field is about 1 mile up Podunk from the park's main road, Deerfield Rd. Look for the NEMBA Arrows.

From I-95

Route 4 West to Route 28 South, about 25 miles (Epsom traffic circle).  Follow Route 28 South for about 6 miles before turning left onto Deerfield Road (There is a Bear Brook State Park sign on the corner). Hayes Field is about 1 mile up Podunk from the park's main road, Deerfield Rd. Look for the NEMBA Arrows.

Concord, NH (25 minutes)
Boston, MA (1 ½ hrs)
Providence, RI (2 ½ hrs)
Hartford, CT (3 hours)
New York, NY (5 hours)
Portland, ME (2 hrs 20 mins)

For more information about the ride contact Kathy Evans at 603-724-7187. For information about camping, call the Bear Brook State Park office at (603) 485-9874.


Look for NEMBA arrows.


See pictures


Sponsored by Kona Bicycles and Kenda Tires and Tubes

and produced by the New England Mountain Bike Association,

with help from the following companies:

Visit the New England Mountain Bike Association online at www.nemba.org