The North Shore Mountain Bike Association (NSMBA) operates on the shared territory of the xʷməθkwəy̓əm (Musqueam)Skwxwú7mesh (Squamish), and Səl̓ílwətaʔ/Selilwitulh (Tsleil-Waututh) Nations.

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Your membership supports trail work and advocacy on the North Shore!

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Sign up for a trail day and help give some love to the trails!

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Help Support What We Do

All donations go towards the trails on the North Shore

Who Are We?

We are a​ volunteer​ driven ​non-profit organization​ dedicated to caring for a sustainable trail​ ​network within the​ ​community.

Trails for all, trails forever

Trail Days and Events

See what trail work is all about by attending one of our upcoming Community Trail Days, Work Wednesdays or various other trail days listed here.

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Support The North Shore Trails

We have many ways you can give back to the North Shore. Through becoming a member, sponsor or TAP sponsor. You can also give back through donations whether it is your time or financially.


Joining the NSMBA as a member means that you care about keeping the trails of the North Shore open for all and forever.


Show your support of the North Shore Mountain Bike Association by becoming a Trail Sponsor.


Goal of 3000 Members

Current Members

Volunteer Hours Contributed to the North Shore Trails in 2021


Goal of 1500 Trail Boosts

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Fromme Fondo 2021

Fromme Fondo 2021

The Fromme Fondo arrives again on Saturday, September 4th! The goal is simple; ride as many different sanctioned trails as possible on Fromme in a single ride! Join the virtual challenge and log your ride on Trailforks (or sync your ride from Strava) to unlock the...

Trail Jargon of the Month – YYEEEEWWWW

Trail Jargon of the Month – YYEEEEWWWW

YYEEEEWWWW!  Used before or after a stunt to alert others, relieve pressure, generate more force, and express excitement. It is a sound coming from someone that is in a state of high adrenaline, which is expected during MTB stunts. There are many functions of...