Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Hear ye for Pint Nite, Thursday, April 24, 2014

Hear ye! Hear ye!

PMBA Pint Nite is now only 1, count 'em 1, day away! Join us in the Greatest. Fundraiser. Ever.

Raffle items to include bike stuff, restaurant stuff, pet stuff, phone stuff, professional massages and a lot of other stuff!

Don't forget the PMBA/Prescott Circle Trail Bandanas will be on site and up for sale!

Oh, and did we mention the all new 2014 "Official PMBA Pint Nite Glasses" will waiting to go home with you?! That's right guys, you won't go home alone on Thursday! Oh ya! That's all gonna freakin happen in 1, count 'em 1, freakin day at Celtic Crossing Pub - Frontier Village - Ptown!

Tell your friends! Tell your enemies! Tell the world!!!


Monday, April 14, 2014

May 6, 2014, Greater Prescott Trails Planning Public Meeting #3

Let's have a great showing of mountain bikers to support Prescott trails !!

Tuesday, May, 6, 2014
6:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Grace Sparkes Activity Center
"The Armory"
824 E Gurley, Prescott AZ

Come to this important and exciting public meeting about trails in the Prescott area. This is public meeting #3 following two public meetings last Spring and the work of volunteers in several small groups over the summer.

The program will include recognizing current volunteers (come and represent PMBA) and the roll-out of the PNF Adopt-a Trail Program.

Visit the GPTP website for more information about the project.


Wednesday, April 2, 2014

Work, Eat, Play on April 13, 2014

This will be a fun day at Thumb Butte with three activities
Come to one, two, or all three. ...

Sunday, April 13, 2014
Meet at the
Thumb Butte Group Picnic Ramada
for free parking
Trail Work
7:30 am - Noon

This month we will be back on the Garden Grove Trail 392 (aka the switchbacks) to continue repairing the existing tread by removing rocks on the bottom edge, improving drainage and working on the switchbacks to improve flow. We will start work where we left off in February on the single track section of the trail. We ...should be able to get the trail buffed out down to the double track (just in time for the Whiskey Off Road).

MEET: At the group picnic site in the Thumb Butte Parking Lot. We've reserved this for the day.

We will drive up to the top of the trail and hike in from there.

Wear LONG PANTS, LONG SLEEVE shirt, gloves, HIGH TOP boots and eye protection (sunglasses are fine). Bring at least 1 liter of water.

We will bring some extra water, gatorade, snacks, tools and hard hats. 


Noon - 2:00 pm
Please bring a side dish or dessert to share.
PMBA will provide burgers, hot dogs, veggie burgers, buns, drinks, condiments, plates, and utensils.

8 to 80 Ride
2:00 pm (new time starting this week)
The ride begins at 2:00 pm. We ride until about 4:00 pm, then enjoy visiting and snacks after the ride. PMBA will provide after-ride drinks. Snacks are pot-luck.

This ride is appropriate for novice to advanced riders from 8* to 80 years old. Families with children are especially encouraged to join us. We divide ourselves into riding groups for A, B, C, and Toodle Rides.

*You will need a parent permission signature if you are under 18 years old. If you are coming without a parent, please email for the form, print it, have a parent sign and date it, and bring with you. If you are less than 14 years old, please bring an adult who will ride with you.
Bring your mountain bike, helmet, a pack with water, and spare tube and tire pump.
This area has access to a wide variety of trails. Loops may be combined for a ride suitable for any skill and endurance.


Thursday, March 27, 2014

Pint Nite 2014

The 4th Annual Pint Nite returns with a vengence to occupy Celtic Crossing Pub.

Come join us and get your newly designed pint 2014 Pint Glass!

March 2014 trail work

PMBA would like to thank the 23 people who came out to work on the 'New' 62 on March 22, 2014.

We also thank High Gear Bikes for their generous support of our trail work days with drinks and snacks.

Thanks to the Backcountry Horsemen of Central Arizona for packing the tools in and out of the work site so we could ride our bikes there.

Finally, thanks to Jason Williams, Trails and Wilderness Manager of the PNF, and James Easter, volunteer for the PNF, for coordinating the event.