SE MASS | NEMBA
SE MASS | NEMBA
SE MASS NEMBA was formed in 1998 as one of NEMBA's first local chapters. We ride and steward trails across Plymouth and Bristol counties, and also partner with the DCR at the Blue Hills and Cutler Reservation. We work closely with local land managers and do a lot of trail maintenance, especially in Wompatuck State Park, Marshfield Hills, Freetown/Fall River State Forest, Borderland State Park, The Blue Hills and the Foxboro section of the F. Gilbert Hills State Forest.
In Blue Hills, SEMASS sponsors Trail Watch, volunteers on bikes and foot who patrol the trails handing out maps and assisting people who are lost, or who have broken down.
If you live, or do most of your riding in our region, we hope that you'll join SEMASS NEMBA and help us make all of our trail experiences more fun.
NEMBA, a community of mountain bikers committed to creating epic riding experiences, preserving open space, and guiding the future of mountain biking in New England.
We are a recreational trails advocacy organization with 27 chapters throughout New England and over 7,000 members. Our mission is to promote the best that mountain biking has to offer, steward the trail systems where we recreate and preserve open space. We are an educational 501 (c) 3 non-profit
We lead nearly a thousand mountain bike rides a season, put on various skills clinics and trail building schools, and advocate for mountain biking and recreational trails. We put on hundreds of trail building and maintenance events in scores of parks in the region, and donate over 8,000 hours of volunteerism to local park.
We work with key leaders and land managers to protect our sport and allow our members to give back to the trails and to the sport they love.