Prescott Mountain Bike Alliance (PMBA) is your local mountain bike and trail advocacy 501(c)(3) all volunteer nonprofit organization.

  • We help build new trails and maintain existing ones.
  • We build relationships with land managers in our community to increase access to trails.
  • We build relationships with local business community and elected officials to access funding and support for our trails.
  • We host networking events and group rides to get more people on mountain bikes.
  • We represent the mountain bike community’s interests in meetings with other local trail
    users organizations to better protect the trails we have and advocate for new ones.

Why Join:

Because the more members we have, the more influence we have on expanding the mountain bike trails in our community.  

How much does it cost?

Membership starts at just $39 annually or $5 per month.  However, if you can afford it, please consider donating more. 

 

Accomplishments:

  • Participated in Greater Prescott Trails Plan – Over 170 miles of new mountain biking trails in Prescott area in 10 years including: Prescott Circle Trail, Spence Basin, Ranch and Badger, Thumb Butte, Pioneer Park, Dells etc.
  • Thousands for volunteer hours maintaining trails.
  • Raised thousands of dollars to be invested in trails.
  • Member of the Prescott Trails Safety Coalition
  • Built Spence Basin trail system.
  • Pass it Forward program.

In the last year:

  • Chloe’s Prescott Circle Trail Challenge
  • Spence Basin Signage
  • Fundraiser for Pump track at Granite Creek Park
  • Study for new trail system at Bean Peak Park including a gravity flow trail.
  • Roll-over ramps at Ranch and Badger trails
  • Newbies group ride to encourage new women riders.
  • 8 – 80 group rides.
  • Armoring of a section of trail 332 ( Javelina trail )
  • Buildout of new pump track in Granite Creek Park

Currently working on:

  • Improved signage for Prescott Circle Trail
  • Advance project of building new gravity trail system in Bean Peaks area
  • Educating local business community and elected officials on importance of investing in our local trails for economic development

PMBA is a local chapter of the International Mountain Bike Alliance (IMBA). This relationship grants PMBA its non-profit status among other benefits. A small portion of your membership fee goes to IMBA for trail advocacy at the national level, the rest remains with PMBA to be invested locally.