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Simply the coolest bunch of people on two wheels
The morphing of passion into a really cool community of riders
Celebrating 5 years in 2022!
So this is happening - WOW - 5 years since we launched BNBA and our community keep growing.
Hard to imagine that there was this group of people that kept talking about how much we loved riding and watched as the conversation evolved into thinking of ways we could make a business out of our passion for both mountain biking and craft beer. Well 5 years later, we are still kicking around in the dirt and while we are not retiring anytime soon, we are having a blast building this wee little club and meeting all the great people that are now riding the trails with us.
The last few years have seen this club grow from around 15 riders to now over 50 riders which is a pretty big number when you think of riding clubs. We have riders from all walks of life, different skill levels, and the most important thing - everyone supports everyone. Our destinations have also expanded and the experiences are getting better. If the weather cooperates, we hope to do a ton of fun stuff this year and host a bunch of cool riding experiences so stay tuned.
We will continue to build on our original goal of encouraging and supporting riders of all levels. We will continue to build a fun-loving and friendly community of riders that encourages all skill levels to participate, helps each other out with knowledge and skills, shares a few craft beers, and most of all has a great time. So come on out and ride with us, I guarantee you will enjoy the activity, you will meet some great people, and you will keep coming back!
As a very good friend of mine says about Mountain Biking - "It is all about the GRIN factor"
We've got a top notch team!
I love to ride because it gets me outside in nature with my friends. We can ride together, share stories, motivate each other and laugh at each other.
Mark's favorite thing about riding:
There is no judgment - just friendship. You compete only with yourself, get exercise, and learn a few new tricks at the same time.
Former racer turned weekend warrior who loves finding new trails to explore with good friends and a rewarding beer after the ride.
Charles favorite thing about riding:
To enjoy the challenge of riding a perfect line through singletrack and the feel of the trees and rocks rushing past you at close range.
Andy's favorite thing about riding:
I love mountain biking because it is not only a physical endeavor that pushes one's athletic ability but it is also a spiritual connection between the rider, their bike, and the stunning beauty through which we propel ourselves.