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 5 days left, vote every day to help fund this Hunter Creek trail project! RFMBA has been advocating for this hand built trail for several years. Vote at aspentrailfinder dot com / 2017-rofo-fund  Aspen Fat Bike Loop got its first grooming of the season with a brand new fat bike compaction drag - awesome result! Thanks to City of Aspen for investing in equipment and manpower! Find more info. at RFMBA.org. Ride the loop with fat tires and low pressure only!
 #tbt to a late Nov. afternoon when you could still find some bone dry dirt trails on the sunny aspects. Do you recognize the trail that goes by this beauty of a boulder? Hint... there will be a new "upper" extension to this trail by later this summer!  Congrats to Adam Cornely of New Castle Trails committee for winning this year's Scott Scudmore Volunteer National Leadership Award for CO/WY! Adam is an RFMBA board member who's done an amazing job leading the Nee Castle Trails crew to achieve new and rerouted trails, and a new pump track, all while helping to sort out the future of trails on local BLM and town owned lands. Stay tuned, 2017 is going to be a great year for trails in New Castle, CO!
 Fat bike time in Aspen - thanks to everyone who came out to ride, and to Aspen Chamber and @borealisbikes for a fun day on the demo bikes!  Enjoying the unseasonably warm weather, RFMBA board member Jack Boyd cruises into town on his homemade double-decker bike on a recent weekday afternoon. Craig Turpin @aspendailynews
 View on the golf course portion of the Aspen Fat Bike Loop, which was groomed right after the Christmas morning snow storm. This + Marolt Open Space + Rio Grand trail should be riding well over the next few days!  VIX Park Pump Track in New Castle now has a nice fence! Big thanks to everyone who came out on Sunday to help with the install, especially everyone from Lowe's who also supplied the fencing materials!

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!