Welcome to RFMBA!

Roaring Fork trail closures still in effect:

Snowmass Village:

  • Tom Blake, Aerobic Nightmare, Sequel, Government, Buttermilk Bowls trails and everything in the Bike Park (Opens June 21).

White River National Forest: Trails likely wet, muddy, icy, or snow covered. Bikes prohibited on WRNF routes Nov. 23 – May 22.


 Mission accomplished... Miles from BLM and Todd from RFMBA installed the remaining signage and trail name stickers for singletrack intersections on the Crown and Prince Creek. Still learning your way around this trail system? Check Out MTBProject.com!  RFMBA Board members + Two Rivers Trails squeezed in a ride at Wulfsohn Mt. Park before sitting down to hash out the details on all of the trail projects coming up this summer. More to come!
 Pitkin County Open Space and Trails Senior Ranger John Armstrong welcomes cyclists to the season opening of Sky Mountain Park in the upper Roaring Fork Valley on Tuesday, May 16.  As winter fades in the upper valley, and warm spring days have arrived in the lower valley and beyond... we've still got some muddy days ahead and seasonal closures still in effect. Pick the right times and places to ride and you'll be playing an important part in retaining access and gaining approvals for new and improved trails in the RF Valley! See RFMBA.org/news to learn about upcoming trail opening dates.
 Hunter Creek is not ready to ride yet, still plenty of snow on the shady aspects. But this view from the top of the to-be-built-this-summer Upper Hummingbird has got us excited about the weeks and months ahead for up valley riding!  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
 Local BLM winter season closures are over! Elk Traverse and Northside Loop were riding great today at Red Hill!  #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!

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!