50% Off South Boundary Shuttles for TMBA Members!
Our friends at Shuttle Taos (formerly Turquoise Tours) want to thank YOU for supporting local trails by offering 1/2 price shuttle rides for all TMBA members for the 2021 season.
Just make sure your membership is current, then email firstname.lastname@example.org to get your discount code.
Not a member? It’s not too late to join:
Thanks for being awesome!
Taos Mountain Bike Association (TMBA) creates, enhances, and protects riding opportunities in and around Taos County and Northern New Mexico. We are backed by the International Mountain Bicycling Association, and are committed to organizing riders and advocating for mountain biking locally and regionally.
- We create a powerful voice for trails, public lands and management policies that welcome bikes.
- We advocate for mountain bike access and acceptance nationwide.
- We build sustainable trails and bike facilities to make mountain biking more accessible.
- We teach environmentally responsible trail building and trail etiquette practices.
- We inspire more people to experience the outdoors on bicycles.
- We educate bike groups on how to organize and make mountain biking better at the local level.
- Most of all, we’re grateful for this community. In 2021, our membership grew to over 100 strong. Not bad for a little ski– er… bike town. And that level of support got stuff done this year and gave us all so much to be thankful for. …Read More »
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- We’re looking for a few more TMBA members to join the annual Trail Master Training hosted by the Carson National Forest. When: May 15-16 What: A classroom portion (BOTH in person or via Zoom) followed by a field session on …Read More »