Northeast Georgia SORBA
When local mountain bike groups thrive, we all benefit. We advocate for more trails. We organize social rides, trail volunteer days and maintain the trails you ride. Become a member and make more mountain biking opportunities possible in northeast Georgia.
Ebikes allowed by National Park Service, BLM, and BOR
August 29, 2019. The National Park Service classifies ebikes the same as traditional bicycles. To read the order, click here
SPECIALIZED Bike Demo with Suburban Cycles
Chapter Meeting July 8, 2019
Join us for a Chapter Meeting July 8, 2019 @ 7pm-9pm. We will meet at Big Daddy’s restaurant and taproom in Cornelia, Ga. Share your ideas with us for better mountain biking in our area.
July 4th 2019 Ride At Bull Mountain
Join NE GA SORBA, Nimblewill Bicycles and Cartecay Bike Shop for a group ride at Bull Mtn. Bring a chair, bring some food to share and most importantly bring your bike! We are meeting in the Bull parking lot in Dahlonega. Ready to ride at 10 a.m. Click here for details. To join the event visit Cartecay Bike Shop.
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Spring 2019 Membership Drive
Show some love to the trails you ride! Your membership pays for upkeep of trails, expansion of trails and strengthens our ability to get more places to ride. When you join or renew your membership in May, you’re entered to win a Pivot Mach 6 or Pivot Switchblade along with other sweet prizes! Click here for more information.
National Parks Seeks Public Comments On Mountain Bike Use On Lookout Mountain
The National Park Service is seeking public comment to evaluate whether to allow MOUNTAIN BIKE use on the Jackson Gap Trail and the upper section of the John Smartt Trail in the Lookout Mountain Battlefield, within Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Military Park.
The Northeast Georgia and Chattanooga SORBA chapters encourage EVERYBODY to complete the and add the following supportive comments:
I am in favor of allowing bicycles on this lightly used trail.
Comments can be submitted electronically from May 6 to June 4 via the button below. The link is easy and takes less than 3 minutes.
CANCELED-Habersham Bicycles Demo Day
Experience what thousands of riders are talking about on Sunday, April 14th. The extraordinary ride of Jamis Bikes' all-new Hardline® and Portal® 3VO Suspension bikes. For those interested in getting your drop-bar gravel fix we'll also have new Renegades available to demo.
See our Events Page for more details.
New Trail at YPT
JANUARY 13, 2019
YPT Fans, good news! We have opened the newest trail at Yonah Preserve. It is a short warm up loop that is ADA accessable and kid friendly. This completely volunteer built section of trail is accessed from the parking lot and is designated with 50 series trail markers. The entrance is to the right of the boat ramp access road. It is a great warm up loop and is kid friendly as well. Just look at one of our new users on her strider bike enjoying the new segment.
New Trailhead Kiosk at YPT
JANUARY 8, 2019
Northeast Georgia SORBA would like to thank Ron Cantrell Construction, Inc. for their generous donation of our trailhead kiosk. They donated all of the labor and materials for the design and construction.
Thank you so much for your beautiful contribution to our project!
Check out the new kiosk before your next ride at the Yonah Preserve Trails.
Action Alert: Five Bills for Better Mountain Biking
DECEMBER 12, 2018
Mountain bikers have a rare opportunity to pass important legislation to create, enhance and protect the places we ride by December 21, and this is our last good chance to tell our representatives to act. Congress is working on a package of outdoor recreation bills, many of which IMBA has helped craft and has advocated for throughout this legislative session. It’s time to get these bipartisan bills across the finish line. Please contact your representatives and tell them time is running out—you demand action for outdoor recreation!
The Land and Water Conservation Fund, the Recreation Not Red Tape Act, the RTP Full Funding Act, the Restore Our Parks and Public Lands Act, and the Every Kid Outdoors Act all create more and better opportunities for mountain biking and outdoor recreation, all across the country. You can read more about the bills here.