Welcome to RFMBA!

 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!  Deadline maintenance crew still smiling after a couple hours on the lower third of the trail. Thanks @aaronberne @sethbeckton @brianbuell ‼️‼️‼️ Talk to one of these guys if you want to join in on finishing this volunteer work on Tuesday evenings 7/19 or 8/2.
 Shaving down a drainage dip on Deadline Trail... To ensure it's dry soon after the next rains. The trail is ripping well now with yesterday's weed whacker haircut on the lower portion. Get out there and enjoy it!  Thanks to everyone who came out this weekend, Skull Bucket trail is in best ever condition!! Gusting winds took out the RFMBA tent... But we'll be back at it on Aug. 14 for Second Sundays on the Crown with @aloha_mountain_cyclery (thanks for the catered taco lunch and the @roaringforkbeerco mini keg!) & our partner @rfovolunteers ! Stay tuned for meet up location and project details.
 RFMBA Board members and BLM Recreation Planner Greg Wolfgang got out for a ride to review ongoing trail plans for the Crown last night. Stay tuned, as a new access trail for this area will very soon be constructed on the adjacent Glassier Open Space (by @pitkinost and @singletracktrails )  This is an open invite to come out and volunteer for the Thursday dig/ride session at the North Face Bike Park 4:30-6:30 in Carbondale. It's a great opportunity to get your hands dirty and give back to the RFV community. Big thanks to Brian Buell for organizing and making this possible. Ride On!
 Nice work @aspencyclingclub ! Thanks for maintaining the Government Trail this evening!  Still planning out your weekend? Come over to Snowmass for #snowmassdemodays and test out some new bikes! We'll have the RFMBA tent and table up near the free registration. Stop by to talk trails, learn about the latest trail plans, or to join or renew your membership!

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!