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The Southern Appalachian Bicycle Association (SABA)

The Southern Appalachian Bicycle Association (SABA) serves cyclists in Western North Carolina, North Georgia, and Eastern Tennessee. In addition to weekly group road rides, we maintain the Jackrabbit Mountain Biking and Hiking Trail System in Hayesville, NC, the Piney Knob Trail System in Murphy, NC, and the Ramsey Bluff Trail System at Hanging Dog in Murphy, NC.

Road, Mountain, Gravel, Tri? We’re a group of like minded cyclists with a common goal to educate and promote bicycling in our region, regardless of the genre.

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Bike Lanes Confirmed for GDOT Project!

The GDOT project manager, Mr. Bryan Lott, has confirmed that there are bike lanes and other pedestrian accommodations proposed for sections of the Blairsville to Young Harris, GA, project. The details on the exact bicycle and pedestrian accommodations proposed in

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National Bike Summit 2021

National Bike Summit 2021 – It’s a Wrap!

The 2021 National Bike Summit took place online, February 28 – March 3, 2021. This year’s theme was “Bikes: Our Vehicle for Change” in recognition of the power of bicycling to move us forward, even in the most challenging of

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President’s Message – November 2020

  Recently SABA membership met and elected new officers: President:  Noel Turner Vice President: Rod Fortney Secretary: Peter Muller Treasurer: Fred Lewis and Jeannine Mazza We look forward to working with membership to promote cycling in North Georgia and Western

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NCDOT Great Trails State Plan

NCDOT Great Trails State Plan Needs Your Input

The Great Trails State Plan is a network of multi-use trails of statewide significance connecting North Carolina’s counties and population centers with state parks and important recreational assets. It is founded upon extensive local and regional efforts to plan and build

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Basics of Trail Maintenance Webinar

In our newly socially distanced world and the limited availability of large group events, training new volunteers on the basics of maintenance during an organized workday event has become challenging. Join IMBA’s own Rich Edwards, Director of Construction and Operations

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