Taos Mountain Bike Association (TMBA) createsenhances, 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.

It’s easy for you to become a member of our IMBA chapter. Simply register using the link below, and select Taos Mountain Bike Association as your chapter.

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2024 Group Ride Schedule Announced

May 9th 2024; The schedule of group rides for the 2024 season is now announced. As always check the calendar for revisions and cancellations.

Please sign our 2024 Waiver in advance; This one waiver covers you for the entire year and allows you to participate in our events and be covered by our group insurance.



2nd Tuesday Social

Tuesday June 11th and the 2nd Tuesday of the every month.
6-8 PM: The Burger Stand at Taos Ale House for beers, burgers, and bike talk.

Find out about trail conditions, group rides, ongoing projects and more. Swag giveaways and promotions.

The Burger Stand at Taos Ale House:
401 Paseo del Pueblo Norte (Opposite Post Office) https://burgerstandnm.com/

TMBA’s Annual Spring Fling Camp and Ride @ Glorieta, April 26-28

This year we were at Glorieta Adventure Camps.  These trails are easily some of the best thought out and constructed purpose built trails in the state of New Mexico. Guaranteed fun.

Directions: Glorieta Adventure Camp is east of Santa Fe on Interstate 25. 


On this site you can find out more about the projects we are involved in, connect with us, and learn about the riding opportunities that exist in the area.

  • 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.

When you ride in Northern New Mexico, please respect the local cultures, the people, and the spiritual sites you may encounter.