2019 in review...
406 Volunteers donated 995 hours of precious free time to care for 57km of Edmonton's Singletrack Network. They also helped plant over 100 trees.
Thank you to all our volunteers and supporters for helping us achieve these numbers.
Thank you to the City of Edmonton for their continued support for EMBA. Without our partnership, none of this would be possible.
Happy New Year everyone! ... See MoreSee Less
That’s a whole lotta love for Edmonton’s world class urban mountain biking single track trails!
First I've heard about the tree planting. That is Awesome.
Congratulations on all of the hard work people!!!
That was my first ever Trail Day! I always look so grumpy 😂
EMBA would like to thank Chris Voegeli of Clear Focus Financial for his generous donation of $500. This will certainly go a long way in the maintenance of Edmonton's singletrack network. ... See MoreSee Less
Brant Lyon, recognize this stunt?
Seasons Greetings from your friends at EMBA. Thank you to all volunteers for donating your precious time to help sweeten up our singletrack. Wishing you all the best (singletrack) for 2020. ... See MoreSee Less
Happy Christmoose to all the trail heros!! 🤘🍻
Looking for a Christmas gift for the mountain biker on your list? Consider buying them a 2020 Trail Supporter Pass. This program supports EMBA’s trail work and advocacy efforts. Having a strong Trail Supporter base will add to EMBA’s credibility when working with landowners, and provide a unified voice for trail care in the River Valley. www.edmmtnbike.ca/product/trail-supporter-pass-2020/ ... See MoreSee Less
I’ll be renewing mine.
A big thank you goes out to the United Ride Club for their $500 donation as well as the trail day they did this summer. ... See MoreSee Less
A few weeks ago EMBA sat down with Imperial Oil to discuss the parcel of land behind their refinery that connects Edmonton’s river valley to the Strathcona Science Park. Imperial Oil is listening and understands the value of the trail connection to all its users. Currently, they are compiling information about that area to help with their decision.
For now, continued respect for the barriers, fence, and signage posted on their private land is all that we can do. Thank you in advance for your cooperation. ... See MoreSee Less
The section at the south end of Science Park where Wally and Hippy Chicken are. Is that Imperial? Science Park or CN?
Thank you for working the official channels! 💜
Thank you for working on gaining access to this valuable connector. In the meantime, the best thing trail users can do to get Imperial Oil on our side is to respect the private land.
Thanks for volunteering your time to do this. I really appreciate it.
Thanks for all the hard work that you do and for keeping us updated!
Last Thursday, October 10 the F'n Riders completed the last EMBA sponsored bridge project for 2019. A new bridge was built off site to replace the broken one that spanned the drainage ditch on Andre's trail. Thanks guys for giving up a great afternoon to ride and volunteer your time for this project! ... See MoreSee Less