Welcome to RFMBA!

 New Castle Trails' volunteers made real progress on Sunday's first pump track build session! We're hearing reports of five kids using the track on Monday night even though there's more work to do - stay tuned for the next session!  Now we just need some rain! Great work by all they volunteers who came out for the @aloha_mountain_cyclery Second Sunday on the Crown yesterday! You'll find some nicely improved turns on the Buckhorn Traverse! Thanks to Chef Mark for the fresh food and tacos & @rfovolunteers for the tools!
 @paysonmcelveen and @tejay_van near Tom Blake trail, about half way through the #WEDU Aspen Fifty, benefiting RFMBA. Massive thanks to all of the riders and volunteers and @honeystinger who joined us for this inaugural edition!  Join the crew from Aloha this coming Sunday morning to spend some time maintaining and improving the Buckhorn Traverse trail on the Crown. Meet at RBR parking lot at 9:30am, catered lunch before 3pm end of day! Find full project details at RFMBA.org/events
 And they're off! The inaugural Aspen Fifty riders are on course. Perfect blue sky day with peak fall colors. Couldn't ask for better conditions!  Big berm love efforts on Deadline Tail during a drizzly evening. Great to have @fanie86 and Henschel from @iamspecialized_mtb join us to dig in the dirt!
 The Aspen Fifty ride is this Sunday! Notice for this first year event is now posted along the course. Big thanks to WEDU for all the organizing that will benefit RFMBA and our local trails! The event is booked up this year, but we look forward to inviting more riders during next year's edition. More at RFMBA.org/Aspen-50  Reroute of lowest section of Mountain View trail completed today in Snowmass! Thanks to everyone who came out today to lop, saw, dig, rake, shovel, tamp, and repeat, repeat, repeat... until the new trail revealed itself! Still more reroute sections to complete, which will eliminate the steepest and most v-shaped rut portions of trail. Thanks to @rfovolunteers for all the organizing, tools, food and drink!

Our Mission
The Roaring Fork Mountain Bike Association is dedicated to creating and sustaining the best possible mountain bike trail system in the Roaring Fork Valley.  Our territory ranges from Glenwood Springs to Aspen,  and from McClure Pass to Hagerman Pass.

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Annual Memberships, Business Sponsorships and Donations help RFMBA accomplish great things for trails and the mountain bike community!  Your Membership helps RFMBA to advocate for improving the trail system and increase our ability to partner on projects to maintain our existing trails and build new ones.   Thank you for supporting and aiding our efforts!

Our Trails
Check out mtbproject.com for existing trails in our area.  This collaborative trail guide website currently shows many, although not yet all, of the best rides in our valley.  Post your rides, photos, and trail conditions today!