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Take the CAMBA Survey

Posted on Apr 10, 2018 by Ron Bergin   No Comments Yet | Posted in Uncategorized

CAMBA is conducting a survey to learn more about our riders in an effort to continue to improve the CAMBA trail system and aid our organization in better informing the public about the CAMBA trails. It is a short survey and should only take about 5 minutes or less to complete. We greatly appreciate your [..Read more]

The After Party

Posted on Feb 20, 2018 by Ron Bergin   No Comments Yet | Posted in Uncategorized

The After Party A fund raiser for the CAMBA winter bike trails The Chequamegon Area Mountain Bike Association (CAMBA) and its winter biking committee CAMBA-FAT will host a special fund raising event – The After Party – on Saturday March 10 at the Sawmill Saloon in Seeley.  The After Party immediately follows the annual Fat [..Read more]

Wild River Trail Closed

Posted on Nov 21, 2017 by Ron Bergin   No Comments Yet | Posted in Breaking News

Until further notice, the Wild River Trail along the old railroad grade is closed just south of the river. The trail crosses private land and the land owner does not wish to have bikes or pedestrians on the property. You may ride or walk from Cty Hwy M to the river and back, but not [..Read more]

Welnak and Louis Elected to CAMBA Board

Posted on Oct 15, 2017 by Ron Bergin   No Comments Yet | Posted in Breaking News

At CAMBA’s annual meeting on October 6, Ben Welnak and Tim Louis were elected to the CAMBA Board of Directors.  A slate of four candidates offered their services to the CAMBA board – a solid group and a good endorsement of the our membership’s interest in our organization. The annual meeting was well attended with [..Read more]

CAMBA Celebrates 25 Years of Trail Advocacy

Posted on Oct 3, 2017 by Ron Bergin   No Comments Yet | Posted in Breaking News

Commemorative Event to be held Saturday, October 7 The Chequamegon Area Mountain Bike Association (CAMBA) will observe its 25th year as the region’s leading trail advocacy organization in a casual gathering on Saturday, October 7 at Hatchery Creek Park in Hayward.  The event will get under way at 10:00 a.m. with a brief dedication of [..Read more]

CAMBA and Hayward Area Memorial Hospital Partner to Develop Beginner Mountain Bike Trails

Posted on Sep 26, 2017 by Ron Bergin   No Comments Yet | Posted in Uncategorized

Fund raising campaign underway The Chequamegon Area Mountain Bike Association (CAMBA) has been the leading cycling advocacy organization in northwest Wisconsin for the past 25 years, developing a solid infrastructure of off-road mountain bike trails of varying levels of difficulty across a very wide region. “As successful as CAMBA has been,” notes executive director Ron [..Read more]

Birkie Trail Run – September 30

Posted on Sep 20, 2017 by Ron Bergin   No Comments Yet | Posted in Breaking News

  The Birkie Trail Run is coming up on September 30. Many of the CAMBA trails in the Hayward, Seeley and Cable Clusters will be involved in the event and there will be a lot (1,000) runners out on the trails that day. The Cable Cluster will be the least affected, as most of the [..Read more]

Singletrack Sunday – the CAMBA Fat Tire Tour

Posted on Sep 13, 2017 by Ron Bergin   No Comments Yet | Posted in Breaking News

Singletrack Sunday – CAMBA Fat Tire Tour is held on Sunday of Chequamegon Fat Tire Festival weekend. Meet at the Birkie Start Area Trailhead on the end of McNaught Road off Randysek south of Cable. Registration begins at 9:00 and rides depart at 10:00 a.m. These are non-competitive guided or self-guided tours of 8 to [..Read more]

CAMBA at the Fat Tire Festival

Posted on Sep 5, 2017 by Ron Bergin   No Comments Yet | Posted in Breaking News

CAMBA has an annual presence at the big show – the CAMBA Fat Tire Festival. Several volunteers are needed to assist with our booth on Friday and Saturday, and with our Singletrack Sunday Fat Tire Tour. For more info. Sign up for a volunteer position.