Thank you for wanting to help support the trails

There are many ways to get involved!
Please take a read through the options below and if you have questions at any time please feel free to send us an email to info@nsmba.ca

Come Out To an upcoming Trail Day

Helping out on the trails is a great way to get involved with our organization and understand what the roots of our organization are all about.

All trail days are apart of our Trail Adoption Program (TAP) where we work with local businesses who sponsor a trail and work to maintain this trail throughout the year on trail days. Each TAP adopter has a different relationship and ability to work on the trail throughout the year. Some sponsors use their 6 trail days/year as development days for staff or for work volunteerism, while other sponsors would love to have more friends out on the trails to help them and then we also host Community Trail Days to get a large project complete and invite anyone willing to pick up a shovel and help to come out. In the calendar below all TAP Trail days are listed.

 Want to Work on a Specific Trail?

Are you interested in helping out on a trail you ride frequently or have input onto a trail you ride?

Send us an email and we can connect you with the builders.

 Volunteer at an Upcoming Event

When we aren’t on the trails we are also hosting sweet parties and fundraisers to keep the great work going. Here is a glimpse at our year ahead for fun off the trails. If you are interested in lending a hand to plan or execute any or all of these events please send us an email info@nsmba.ca

Events in 2018/19

Film Fest


Youth Fivers

Pop-Up Membership Drives

Stay in the know by subscribing to the monthly North Shore Mountain Bike Association Newsletter

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 below.


Red = Private Trail Day

Yellow = Small group needed. Click on the Trail Day to learn more information and who to connect with to get involved

Green = Community Trail Day. All are welcome. Click on the Trail Day to learn more details.