Northwest NC Mountain Bike Alliance

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About Northwest NC MTB Alliance

Northwest NC MTB Alliance is an IMBA-SORBA Chapter promoting land access, trail preservation, and new trail development on the federal, state, and local lands in our region. We operate in the geographic area of... (more)

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The Alliance has hit the ground running. When we aren't riding, we're building relationships with land managers and local clubs, talking to political leaders, cultivating gifts and grants, and organizing... (more)

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Join Us to help maintain and build new mountain biking resources in Northwest North Carolina!

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Latest News

“Trail Prom” Benefit Aug. 27

The Alliance and Caldwell County Pathways announce “Trail Prom,” a trails benefit event on August 27 at Howard Brewing in Lenoir. Doors will open at 6pm. This event is a fundraiser for trails. The Alliance and Pathways share similar missions toward advocacy and stewardship of trails. All proceeds from the Trail Prom will fund new trail construction or other maintenance projects. […]

Dark Grind Sunday April 10th!

The Dark Grind is near! We are excited to be promoting the third stop of the Southern Classic Mountain Bike Series. Head on over to to sign up now with a $10 online discount (until 8 pm, 4/9). We’d like to announce that Bald Guy Brew will be hooking up all podium finishers with a special […]

Grandfather District Trail Rehab Underway

We posted last summer that we were Getting Our Pisgah On, and we are excited to brag about all of the improvements to the mountain bike trails in the Grandfather District. Since this effort started there has been over 600 hours of volunteer work recorded by the Alliance and our trail partners. Work performed has included saw work/tree-clearing, vegetation […]

Comments Needed Now for the National Forest Potential Wilderness Inventory

As part of the Nantahala and Pisgah National Forests Potential Wilderness Inventory, public input is being requested from the USFS through December 15, 2015. The comment process is not a simple one due to the specific criteria and format for comments (there are 52 inventoried areas and the form is 6 pages long). However, the […]