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NEMBA Adventure Series - Trek Sturbridge

  • 06/15/2024
  • 9:00 AM - 2:00 PM
  • Old Sturbridge Village Museum Education Center, Old Sturbridge Village Rd., Sturbridge, MA 01566
  • 396


(depends on selected options)

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The NEMBA Adventure Series - Trek Sturbridge

Come out to see why Sturbridge, MA is a mountain biking mecca at the crossroads of New England. You'll ride our hidden gem trail networks in peak mountain laurel blooming season.


Sturbridge, MA at Leadmine Mountain & Riverlands Downhill Flow Trails. Parking, facilities, and vendors at Old Sturbridge Village Museum Education Center, Sturbridge, MA 


Saturday, June 15th, 2024


  • NEMBA Member - $20
  • Non-Member - $25 
  • Kids Age 6-18 - $5  
  • Kids Ages 5 and under - Free 
  • Free registration with day-of new membership, individual or family                                              


  • Guided Rides 9:00 AM - 2:00 PM. Rides Leave on the hour at 9:00, 10:00, 11:00, and 12:00.
  • Free jump clinics with Dynamic Cycling Adventures (12 riders max per clinic, first come first serve) from 9:00 AM-11:00 AM and 12:00 PM -2:00 PM at the Riverlands Parking Area.
  • One (1) Raffle ticket upon registration with the opportunity to purchase additional entries. 
  • Raffle prizes including a Giant Stance Full-Suspension Mountain Bike from Southbridge Bicycles, a 2-day skills clinic from Dynamic Cycling Adventures, a premium parts basket from Rotation Engineering, passes to Highland Mountain Bike Park, passes to Thunder Mountain Bike Park, gift cards to Landry's Bicycles, and many more! 
  • Raffle winners announced at 1:00pm. Entrants do not need to be present to win.
  • After party at Altruist Brewing Company (559 Main St. Sturbridge, MA 01566) from 2:30pm-5:30pm with the Savage Wraps Food Truck


What to expect: 

    • An incredible day of backcountry / downcountry "old school" trail riding with challenging tech and natural features. Sturbridge has over 50 miles of trails and Leadmine / Riverlands is the perfect introduction to this gem in the heart of New England.
    • Beginner, intermediate, and advanced guided rides.
    • Multiple arrowed loops with Trailforks routes, Family Loop (2 miles, packed gravel), Beginner Loop (8 miles, green & blue trails), Intermediate Loop (13 miles, green, blue, and a few black trails), and Advanced Loop (17 miles, green, blue, and all the black trails in the network), and all-you-can-climb-and-descend downhill flow trails at Riverlands (250ft climbing trail, machine built, bermed downhill fun!)
    • Vendor and restroom facilities in the OSV Museum Ed parking area. Additional restroom facilities at 197 Leadmine Rd. (mid-point of arrowed loops)
    • There will be no food & beverage on site but maps will be available for nearby local spots with day-off discounts. Water and snack stations will be available at the OSV Museum Ed parking area and 197 Leadmine Rd. area
    • Join the group for great beer, non-alcoholic beverages, and food at Altruist Brewing Company with the Savage Wraps food truck after the ride! The after party will be family friendly, bring the kids! 


    Pick up any pre-purchase t-shirts, or purchase a t-shirt at the NEMBA tent on site. Chapter merchandise will also be available at the SCMA NEMBA tent.


    Parking can be found on site at Old Sturbridge Village Museum Education Center.   

    About the NEMBA Adventure Series

    The NEMBA Adventure Series is a season long series of flagship events hosted by local chapters in their respective communities. As part of NEMBA's mission to create epic riding experiences, our Adventure Series takes you on a trip throughout the region to explore some of the best trails and communities in New England.

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    Thank you to our friends and supporters!

    Trek Sturbridge, Town of Sturbridge, Opacum Land Trust, Altruist Brewing Company, Karbon Bikes, Southbridge Bicycles

    About us

    NEMBA is a 501(c)(3) non-profit focused on recreational trails advocacy with 33 Chapters throughout New England and over 8,000 members. Our goal is to promote the best that mountain biking has to offer, steward the trail systems where we recreate, and ensure access to open space.

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    We are volunteer driven and supported by a Board of Directors in addition to a small staff. By joining you can help support our work with key leaders and land managers to protect access and give back to the trails and the sport you love.

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