The Abq Trek Store will match donations and new memberships to AMBA during the month of December up to a total of $1,000.
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Volunteer Trailwork, Take a Kid Mountain Biking Day, National Interscholastic Cycling Association, and Meetup
Steve Hattenbach has selected as new Cibola Forest Supervisor.
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We love to ride but we do more than that. To find out more about the following activities please contact us.
AMBA is still a fairly new/young club staffed only by volunteers. We have a lot of ideas on how we could grow. If you're interested in getting involved, let us know.
- We had a great turn out and BBQ for National Trails Day: We created a totally new trail called “Another Juan Bites The Dust” in one day for the Forest Service in the Manzanita mountains and had an awesome BBQ to celebrate.
- We ‘”adopted” the Ponderosa Loop in Juan Tomas Open Space (near Oak Flats) and had two great days re-routing the existing trail and building new trail in preparation for the Albuquerque Mountain Bike Festival.
- AMBA members played a large part in the completion of the Three Bottles Flow trail in the Manzanita mountains
- Great social rides all year long at all ability levels with as many as 30 people participating in individual rides.
- Numerous out of town rides many of which had camp-outs and/or BBQs including Galisteo Basin Preserve, Windsor Creek Trail in Sante Fe, Phil’s World and Boggy Draw near Cortez Colorado, Moab, Sedona, Enchanted Forest, Angel Fire and Las Cruces.
- We also had a several ‘local’ rides with some form of an after ride socials including a post Thanksgiving day, a Mars Court shuttle ride and rides at Golden, Gutierrez, and Placitas Open Space and White Mesa (Ridge).
- Note: Our rides are organized through Meetup.com.
- We had numerous Women’s only rides which were very popular.
- We had a great Take a Kid Mountain Biking day in conjunction with NMXSports.
- We currently represent all Albuquerque mountain bikers on the Sandia Collaborative team that advises the Forest Service.
- We are taking an active role in representing mountain bikers in the Petroglyph National Monument/Abq. Open Space planning process.
- We applied for and won an REI grant for $5000, which the Forest Service used to to purchase a new kiosk for the Placitas Area Trails.
- We supported NMXSports who used the helmets we donated last year to take 75 disadvantaged kids mountain biking in their new 2017 mountain biking program.
- Using social media we attempted to invigorate the community of important community activities (e.g. bike demos, skills clinics, celebrations and advocacy).
- We became the local site administrator for the Trail Forks application for the Albuquerque riding area.