August 25, 2017: 6:30 p.m. Southern Appalachian Bicycle Association (SABA) monthly meeting at Brother’s Restaurant in Murphy, NC. Guest Speaker Terry Palmeri is on the August 25 agenda. She is will be talking about the benefits of SABA becoming an IMBA/SORBA chapter. Please make plans to attend, we need everyone’s input.
Do You Ride a Bicycle? The Southern Appalachian Bicycle Association (SABA) will hold a meet and greet potluck dinner at Nottely River Valley Vineyards on Friday evening, July 28, 2017 at 6:30 PM. Come out and meet other cyclists in the area and enjoy a great evening at the vineyard. Bring a friend
“Please see the date in August for the USFS open house to provide input into local issues, etc. This would be a great opportunity to see how many people we can get to this to voice our desires to add more trails at Jackrabbit. We need as many folks as possible to make an appearance
WE NEED YOUR HELP NOW! We are less than $2,000 away from meeting our goal for a matching grant for the new Piney Knob Trail System in Murphy, North Carolina. If you have ridden at our Jackrabbit Hiking and Mountain Biking Trail System in Hayesville, NC, then you know the quality of work we put
Sorry, the event has been cancelled by Chief Jacobs of the Murphy Police Department due to conflicts in scheduling. We will announce the new date as it becomes available. Come join us at the bicycle safety rodeo!!! Sunday June 4th at the Hiwassee Valley Pool and Wellness Center in Murphy from 2pm to 4pm. Our
The second round of the 2017 UCI MTB Eliminator World Cup takes place in Columbus, Georgia (USA) from June 3rd to June 4th. Be there! For addition information about the MTB Eliminator World Cup Go Here. Watch some of the best moments from the 1st round of the 2017 UCI MTB XCE World Cup in Volterra (ITA) below:
President Trump’s budget is out and infrastructure is on the chopping block … including options like safe places to walk and bike. The president’s budget proposal is just that: a proposal. Write your member of Congress today! Tell them to say “no” to cutting funding for trails, walking and biking. The White House’s “skinny budget,” released yesterday,
The following meetings will be held for public input regarding the Southern Blue Ridge Bike Plan. We will be reviewing the draft bicycle routes in the surrounding areas. Please plan on attending.