Announcing the REMBA/Norcal League Scholarship Program

REMBA, the Redwood Empire Mountain Bike Alliance, is proud to announce it’s support of the NorCal High School Cycling League. Since Day 1, REMBA has supported the League’s efforts in a multitude of ways, from trail advocacy, to volunteering to coaching local high school teams. In 2017 REMBA is launching a REMBA/NorCal Scholarship Program to […]

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Six Sigma Ranch Trail Days!

The fantastic people at Six Sigma Ranch are fans of mountain biking and are building trails on their beautiful property in Lake County. They are also big supporters of getting teens on mountain bikes and are hosting the Norcal League Championship race at the end of April. The trails have been roughed in and are […]

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ATTN Napa County : Skyline Park Community Meeting 4/28 7pm

Hey all – Skyline Park is holding a community meeting Tuesday, March 28th, at 7pm, at the Social Hall at the park (2201 imola avenue, in napa) to discuss issues surrounding the River to Ridge entrance to the park. It’s the park’s contention that many users are “sneaking in” through that entrance and it’s critically […]

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#pumptrackSR is OPEN!

Big news, y’all!  PumptrackSR is officially open!  Stay tuned to REMBA for some official “now we have a pump track” parties as soon as we can get the weather to cooperate, but for now, grab your helmet, air up your tires and get to the pump track for some hot laps!  Rain is forecast for […]

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MTB Access Alert : Fitch Mountain

MTB ACCESS ALERT – *especially* for Healdsburgers and North Sonoma County folks: Tomorrow, Tuesday, at 6pm, there is a meeting at Healdsburg Community Center regarding the Fitch Mountain Park Management plan. The current Draft Plan DENIES bicycle access to the historically open roads (and trails) on Fitch mountain. In order to keep this park open […]

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Action Alert : Phone Banking for the Yes on Measure J campaign

Greetings Good People of REMBA-land! The board members of REMBA are going to be phone banking for the Yes on Measure J campaign this Thursday evening from 5-8pm in Sebastopol and we would love you to join us! Campaign staff will be there train us on how to be effective phone bankers so don’t worry if […]

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Build Week #1: PumpTrackSR Making Fantastic Progress

“Before we get to today’s eye candy, some juicy information on the latest from REMBA’s PumpTrackSR… We had a great build week, concluding tonight, Thursday October 6th. Andrew Taylor, Greg Watts, Doug McKenzie and a slew of awesome folks came out and put some serious love into this pumptrack – they absolutely killed it! So much work, so many people putting the effort in together. Really a treasure to see and be a part of.” MORE

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Why REMBA? – Patrick Brady

“This is the ground floor of what will become a North Bay institution. Anyone who values mountain biking as a means to explore the outdoors, stay fit, or just have fun will benefit from the rise of REMBA. Come be a friend.”

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Why REMBA? – Abbie Durkee

“What makes these trails so important to the conversation of environmental impact of mountain bikes is that these flowy luscious trails are beautifully integrated into the topography with gentle impact in a way that could dissolve just as quickly as they are formed… By joining REMBA you are not only backing up the work of advocacy but also aligning to a common respect and understanding to educate future generations on how to tread lightly”

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Why REMBA? – Ben Donaghy

Summer 1986. I had a gang. Me. 75 pounds of awkward, in a Mickey Mouse T-shirt. A scrape on every elbow and knee, missing teeth and a perpetual lump on my forehead. I had a gang, and we rode bikes. Our BMX were legend. Plastic seats and chrome handlebars. The buzzing hum of a baseball […]

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