>> What is BRAMBA?

by Jason Evers
Featuring footage from Colorado, USA.


Tuesday Superloop

When: Tue Jul 29, 2014
Where: Meets at Comite Trail Head

Impromptu Casual Pace Group Ride

When: Thu Jul 31, 2014
Where: Comite Trail Head - 5:30pm

Tuesday Superloop

When: Tue Aug 5, 2014
Where: Meets at Comite Trail Head

Impromptu Casual Pace Group Ride

When: Thu Aug 7, 2014
Where: Comite Trail Head - 5:30pm

Club Meeting!

When: Mon Aug 11, 2014
Where: check forum and fb page for location


Trail Conditions - Re: The Beast

Posted By: cecjap
7/28/2014 3:11 pm
Rode the beast today, pretty good condition with the exception of a few large trees down on the trail. Great trail, alot tougher than I expected.

Beginners: Start Here! - Accept the risks of mountain biking, or stay home

Posted By: ripniner
7/24/2014 9:15 pm
Opinion: Accept the Risks and Be Self Sufficient, or Don’t Mountain BikePosted May 19, 2014 on Singletracks.comWritten by Greg HeilOne of the most insidious sociological epidemics sweeping the United States, and really the world, in our day in age is the lack of personal responsibility. These da...

Rides and Events - Re: Thursday's Impromptu Club Group Ride: Comite 5:30pm

Posted By: Robin
7/23/2014 9:21 pm
van-w-bikes_4409.jpgThursday's Regularly Scheduled Impromptu Group Ride is on! Trails might still be a bit mushy - but we'll take a look. This ride is a casual paced group ride for new riders and those just learning the trails. No rider left behind. Ride rolls at 5:30pm from the Comite Trailhead. S...

Rides and Events - The Eurekan

Posted By: bwalker
7/23/2014 8:52 am
Told the Promoter I would post for him.

Beginners: Start Here! - More skills help - cornering foot position

Posted By: ripniner
7/22/2014 11:01 pm
http://betterride.net/blog/2014/mountai ... on-part-1/

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BRAMBA: Who we are.

The Baton Rouge Area Mountain Bike Association (BRAMBA) was formed in December 1992, in response to a need for a mountain bike trail in the Baton Rouge area. Until that time, bikers were riding the "levee trail," near the water's edge on the east bank of the Mississippi River, but that trail was under water during the spring. Other than the levee trail, local riders had to drive two hours to Alexandria, Louisiana, or Clear Springs, Mississippi, to find suitable mountain bike trails to ride. This need for a place to ride and fun people to ride with coincided with the explosive growth and popularity of mountain biking. BRAMBA was officially formed to find a permanent trail, organize trail building efforts, and support mountain biking in the Baton Rouge area. BRAMBA secured a 240-acre parcel of land at Hooper Road Park from BREC for mountain bike use. The Baton Rouge Area Mountain Bike Association, Inc. has been recognized as a not for profit organization under IRS 501(c)3; any donations to BRAMBA are tax exempt. Today we operate as advocates of the Kerry Stamey Trail System and support being healthy and having fun through cycling and the MTB community!

To learn more about our organization, please visit us in our forum, and thank you for visiting bramba.org!