Do you enjoy mountain biking in Michigan? Are you that person who always wants to help others? Always prepared? Want to get more involved with bettering the sport?
Then the National Mountain Bike Patrol may be for you!
First Training is April 18th in Shelby Township. Contact email@example.com for more information.
Who Is IMBA National Mountain Bike Patrol?
The International Mountain Bicycling Association (IMBA) NMBP exists as a non‐profit entity to maintain and develop mountain biking trail access, support relationships with land managers, and promote responsible mountain biking and outdoor recreation in Michigan.
What is the National Mountain Bike Patrol?
The minutes from our January 2015 Board meeting can be read here:
CRAMBA Board Meeting Minutes 1-22-15
We just heard from Addison Oaks that the groomed fat bike route is a go! Working with Oakland County Parks and Recreation, CRAMBA-IMBA suggested a machine-groomable route through the park, and Addison Oaks has put it in place!
Click here to download a map of the route which starts at the main parking lot. Please let us or the park know how you like the route!
See you out there!
The Clinton River Mountain Bike Association’s (CRAMBA) National Mountain Bike Patrol group has had another very successful year in 2014.
The mission of the CRAMBA Bike Patrol is to Assist, Educate and Inform mountain bikers and other trail users in safe, responsible and respectful use of bike trails and parks. This is accomplished through volunteers “patrolling” local trail systems. The CRAMBA Bike Patrol is not an enforcement agency, yet we educate users of proper “rules of the trail”.
Thanks to all who turned up for our January Chapter Meeting. We had 40 people in attendance! It was great to see a full room!
For those that couldn’t make the meeting or just want a refresher, the minutes from our meeting can be found here:
CRAMBA January Chapter Meeting 2015
Thanks again for your support! Without you, there’d be no CRAMBA…
Join CRAMBA-IMBA at noon on Saturday, February 7th, 2015 the ¡Ay CRAMBA It’s Cold Out! group ride and party on the snow-covered and winter-friendly trails of River Bends Park.
Just like last year, come on out and join the fun for a few laps. We’ll have a solid, ridable groove groomed that we hope will make the trail accessible to all. Fat bike or regular mountain bike, everyone is welcome!
We’ll have hot bonfires, chili, beverages, and a picnic shelter for our use. Bring snacks, food, or beverages to share. Local bike shops, including KLM Bike & Fitness, Rochester Bike Shop, and Main Street Bikes will be on hand with their fat bike demo fleets. Want to try a new fat bike? Here’s the place!
Head on over to this thread on the MMBA forum to discuss the event, or join the event page here on Facebook.
River Bends is located at Park Rd., Shelby Township, MI 48317, and meet at the Hickory Grove Shelter, located just north of the trailhead kiosk near the main parking lot off of 22 Mile Road.
The CRAMBA December 2014 Board Meeting Minutes can be found here:
CRAMBA Board Meeting Minutes 12-18-14
The minutes from our October 2014 Chapter Meeting, including Board Election results cane found here:
CRAMBA October 2014 Chapter Meeting
The CRAMBA November 2014 Board Meeting Minutes can be viewed here:
CRAMBA Board Meeting Minutes 11-19-14
The October 2014 Board meeting minutes can be viewed here:
CRAMBA Board Meeting Minutes 10-20-14