We would like to take this opportunity to welcome everyone to the newly formed HMBA blog.
Our goal is to promote all aspects of mountain biking while creating a sustainable trail system to be used by all outdoor enthusiasts.
As a new mountain bike association we have a lot of work ahead of us to accomplish our goals and will be keeping members updated on our progress as well as informed on local/out of town events, trail work being done and the people and buisinesess who support our association.
We encourage you to join us and help make mountain biking and the outdoors more enjoyable for all outdoor enthusiasts.

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Consolvo Bikes

Consolvo Bikes
A special thanks to Consolvo Bikes for there continued support. Stop in and check out their bikes and accesories or click on the logo to check them out online.


DAKINE is an outdoor apparel company specializing in sportswear and sports equipment and is also a supporter of the HMBA

Fitworks Dieppe

Fitworks Dieppe
Check out their deals on bikes and gear

Friday, August 16, 2013

Night riding

It's almost time to strap the lights on again, here's a few tips for those who haven't ridden at night .
www.bicycling.com Mountain Bike at night. Know how to use your lights and ride through the night

 Night rides will be posted soon on facebook.

Weeky rides

Looking for someone to go riding with? Join the Moncton Mountain Bike group or Consolvo Bike Shop Club on facebook to see rides that have been posted or post a ride yourself.

Thursday, August 15, 2013

Trail Days

Thanks to everyone who showed up to clean up the trails, a total of 13 people showed up to help out.
Congratulations to Andrew Rose who won the bike tune up , Joel Daigle and Cara Beth Elliot who the $25 Consolvo gift certificate. A special thanks to Jim and Consolvo Bikes for supplying the prizes.

Sunday, March 31, 2013

Spring 2013

Spring is upon us once again and the question that seems to keep being asked is "How much snow is left in the woods?"  in a word, lots. By this time last year we had already been out on a couple clean up days, all the winter blow down had been removed and had a build day , this year there is still 1 to 2 feet of snow on the trails. With the present weather forecast being above freezing during the day for the next couple weeks the snow should disappear at a steady rate and cause minimal trail damage from run off and flooding. 
Over the winter there has been a large amount of trees come down and many branches come down on the trails, as the snow starts to disappear the trails will have to be walked to remove these assess how much work needs to be done before the season starts. Anyone wishing to help out please let me know.
I will post trail days as soon as the snow recedes enough to start trail work.

Tuesday, September 18, 2012

Summer 2012

We had a great start to the riding season with lots of trail maintenance being done in the spring which then turned into one of the best summers for riding in a long time, the weather was great and the trails stayed in excellent condition.
With fall fast approaching and leaves starting to fall for the first time we have a leaf blower to use to clean the trails and have plans on starting to blow off some of the single tracks soon. Anyone wanting to help or have other trail repairs that they would like to see done, please contact me. Also please let me know of any downed trees or any other problems you may encounter while out in the quarries.
Over the last little while I've been hearing more and more complaints about dirt bikes and ATV's.  Most of the problems have stemmed from meeting these vehicles on the shared trails at high speed and not slowing down for hikers and bikers. There has also been a couple riders on the single track trails, as a result of this there is a bridge broken on the DH race course.  I am currently trying to figure out a solution to this problem, let me or the Village of Hillsborough office know any incidents that you have had or any future problems. 
For those of you who have been wondering the map is still being worked on and I have just received a copy back to work on. 

Wednesday, May 23, 2012

Dakine Builders Pack

We'd like to thank Dakine for supplying us with a new Builders Pack this spring. This is an awesome trail bulding tool that has made it possible for us to do trail work without having to carry a power saw by hand over long distances to so, it also gives us the ability to carry trail building supplies and tools that make it possible for one person to carry everything they need. Work like removing trees off our trails and building bridges has been made much easier and efficient .
Check out his pack as well as their other products at Dakine.com .


  • Expandable chainsaw pocket
  • Quick access lopper sleeve
  • Roll up nail bag
  • First Aid case
  • Fuel bottle pocket
  • Water bottle pocket
  • Multiple storage pockets
  • Adjustable padded waist belt
  • Internal hydration sleeve
  • Rescue whistle

New Bridge constructed  with the help of the builders pack.

Spring 2012

Once again biking season is upon us and its time to get out and ride.
The snow left early this year, but stayed very wet. This was bad for an early start to the biking season but it gave us an opportunity to get a large amount of trail work done before riding season started. There has been major repairs done to 3 of the trails, most trails have been cleared of debris and many of the trails have been raked. Thanks to everyone that came out to help.
 We will now have access to a backpack style leaf blower to clean debris and remove leaves from the rest of the trails, this combined with the trail work already done will leave the trails in the best shape they have been in years. Lets hope mother nature cooperates and doesn't give us another wet summer.
The map is still in the works and will be completed this summer, as well as more signage put in place.
Membership fees are due (still only $20), please make arrangements to pay this asap so the HMBA can continue the work on the trail system.