CAMBA is excited to bring you the first ever Chequamegon MTB Festival After Party & Bike Rafflepalooza. Come enjoy a well-deserved, post-race beverage, food, entertainment & the raffling off of over $14,000 in bikes. Entrance to the party is FREE. All proceeds from the raffle will go directly back into MTB trail maintenance, building and [..Read more]
On Saturday, September 7 at 10:15 a.m., the Chequamegon Area Mountain Bike Association and the Hayward Area Memorial Hospital will jointly dedicate the completion and official opening of the new Gateway Bike Trail on the hospital property. “It’s been a project three years in the making,” observes CAMBA executive director Ron Bergin. “We are thrilled [..Read more]
Dirt Candy Phase 2 – Spring GoFundMe Campaign During the summer of 2017 CAMBA began construction on Dirt Candy, a new trail near Cable linking the Ojibwe Trail to the Esker Trail. When finished, this will complete the final segment of CAMBA’s extensive system of interconnected trails. The first phase of Dirt Candy took full [..Read more]
A HUUUUGE thanks to the great sponsors of the 2019 Fat Bike After Party who have donated over $10,000 of merchandise to be auctioned and raffled at the event. Thank You Very Much!
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The Birkie Trail Run Festival will take place on Saturday. Several segments of the CAMBA singletrack trails will be utilized in the race courses. The bike trails are open, but riders should avoid a couple of areas until afternoon. Ojibwe – two segments near the North End and one segment south of Timber Trail [..Read more]
The Chequamegon Area Mountain Bike Association is excited to announce that Phase Two of the CAMBA-Hayward Area Memorial Hospital Gateway Trail project has been completed. This year’s work added another two miles to the trail, bringing the total distance to 3.5 miles. The new trail continues the meandering, flowing character of the initial segment of [..Read more]
The Borah Epic held its sixth annual event this past June and welcomed a record number of riders in both the half and full race distances. For year six, the Epic generated a $17,500 donation to benefit the CAMBA trails, which now totals $89,500 since the race was founded in 2013. “We could not have [..Read more]
A red pine thinning/harvest is underway on Makwa just north of Gravel Pit Road. The trail is closed from the access point on Gravel Pit Road to the north to the Birkie Trail. Use the Birkie Trail to avoid the active logging area. Be aware of equipment and harvesting activity when in the area.