Statements from the candidates for this year’s board of directors elections can be viewed at https://www.cambatrails.org/board-of-directors-statements-2018/. Two seats are open for this year’s election. Members will receive information and absentee ballots by mail. You must be a current member to vote. The CAMBA Annual Meeting and Board of Directors Election will be held on [..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]
Two of the Chequamegon Area’s greatest assets are prominently featured in the final installment of the five-part video series produced by the Chequamegon Area Mountain Bike Association. Big Woods – Endless Trails highlights the natural beauty of the vast tracts of undeveloped forest comprising the region in which CAMBA has created a seemingly endless network [..Read more]
Elections for the CAMBA Board of Directors will take place at this year’s annual meeting on Friday, October 5. There are two seats open for election this year. If you are interested in serving on the board and would like to be nominated, you must submit the following by September 5: a brief biography outlining [..Read more]
Dr. Pat Warpinski of Animal House Pet Clinic in Green Bay has once again extended a challenge match to all CAMBA members and supporters. From now through October 1, he will match all donations up to a total of $3,000. Pat is a long time CAMBA member, has had a connection with the Cable area [..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]
SEELEY Makwa: – ATTENTION! Active Logging Along Makwa – Trail Closure in Effect There is active logging affecting the Makwa Trail and the Birkie corridor from OO Trailhead south to where the BFL winter bike route crosses. Makwa is closed in this area. Signage will be installed, but it is dangerous to ride in that [..Read more]
In a couple of words – a lot! It’s officially summer mountain biking season here in the Northwoods and with it, the many events that utilize the CAMBA trails have begun. In the past 5 weeks, the CAMBA trails have played host to: CAMBA Spring Work Day (May 12), Gateway Trail Fun Day (May 20), [..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.
The Forest Service has issued the OK to ride the trails involved in the recent prescribed burn, so those trails are now entirely open and ready to be ridden. So what are you waiting for??