NAMBA       Northern Allegheny Mountain Bike Association

Area mountain bikers creating, maintaining and enjoying single track in the Allegheny and Chautauqua Region

  • Coal Bed ride overlook
    Coal Bed ride overlook
  • MZ putting his chainsaw certificate to work
    MZ putting his chainsaw certificate to work
  • new loop at HHE
    new loop at HHE
  • Good looking bunch of volunteers
    Good looking bunch of volunteers
Coal Bed ride overlook
Coal Bed ride overlook

NAMBA is working with land managers, community organizations, bike shops and riders to promote, support and enjoy the areas trail systems.  We encourage you to contact us if you are new to the sport, thinking of getting back on the bike or simply looking of some places to ride.  

JOIN US.... You can join this website and our Facebook for free.... But we encourage you to become a member of this club. It's simple,  just click here to join

We are going to start hosting weekly beginner level mountain bike rides on Monday April 14th. We will meet at 6:00 PM at Chapman Dam in the sled riding hill parking lot. These rides will be open to all riders but they will be dirt road rides paced for beginners. The speed and distance will be tailored to the ability of the group. NAMBA's 1st rule is no riders left behind.


What's Happening:


11/26/14  The Town of Gerry will be plowing the Harris Hill parking lot this winter!  Add in the crazy volunteers with their groomers and we are looking to have a great winter of riding.


11/21/14 Near perfect conditions for a ride in a lake effect storm on the fatbikes last evening, video here.


11/18/14  Fatbike Ride on West Overland trail this Thursday 11/20 6:15 pm.  RSVP fatbikeracer@hotmail.com to not miss any last minute changes.


11/14/14 PA bear firearms season runs Sat 11/22 thru Wed 11/26

PA Deer firearms season runs Dec 1-13

No Sunday hunting in PA  (Yay!)


11/10/14 Jakes Rocks MTB Trail Project EA Public Comment Deadline 12/05/2014 Here is the link to provide you with all the details to submit your input.

http://www.fs.usda.gov/wps/portal/fsinternet/!ut/p/c5/04_SB8K8xLLM9MSSzPy8xBz9CP0os3gDfxMDT8MwRydLA1cj72BTUwMTAwgAykeaxRtBeY4WBv4eHmF-YT4GMHkidBvgAI6EdIeDXIvfdrAJuM3388jPTdUvyA2NMMgyUQQAyrgQmg!!/dl3/d3/L2dJQSEvUUt3QS9ZQnZ3LzZfS000MjZOMDcxT1RVODBJN0o2MTJQRDMwODQ!/?project=40494 

Make sure to let the USFS know you support mountain biking in the Allehgeny National Forest.


11/8/14  Making your list for Santa?  Thanks to the NY State DEC and volunteers we should have groomed singletrack ready for your new Fat Bike come January at Harris Hill, still time to give up being naughy and start being nice.  The tighter trails will need manually groomed via snowshoes/skis/drag so there's plenty of opportunity to recreate and contribute.


11/7/14  NY State Firearm deer and bear season runs 7 days a week from November 15 thru December 7. 

                NY State Muzzleloader season runs December 8 thru December 16.

                Ride safe.


 8/28/14  For an update on Harris HIll, head on over to that section, or better yet , just come on up and ride



4/14/14 Elections happened, a lot of progress is going on... Morrison Run trail work initiative is moving ahead, look for posts on it soon.  Hatch Run work on Wednesday evenings... get a hold of the guys at Allegheny Cyclery for particulars... Harris HIll Ext. is open for riding, trail work happening most weekends, email twrighthere@gmail.com, if you want to get in on the action.



12/20/13  check out the Jakes Rocks Page for latest info..


12/7/13 NAMBA Meeting in Warren- discussed events and goals for the upcoming year,Officer elections will be coming up soon, if you would like to get involved  email Brad Wilcox here.


Trail work this coming Spring will occur in the Hatch Run Conservation Area, Tanbark and Harris HIll Ext.


11/13 HHE trail work season coming to a close, the new loop still has about 400 yards before it's complete.  Once done, there will be over 11 miles of singletrack, and plans to continue to add another 4-6 more.


10/13/13 IMBA Trail Care Crew visited the area and besides some good information on sustainable trail development, marketing your community and trails to visitors, and how to work with land managers, we were able to put what we learned into practice.


10/13  Josh from Allegheny Cyclery has been heading up this project, and plans to create more mileage in the Spring