Ride.

We are mountain bikers! We build trails suitable for all levels of riders across the State of New Jersey.

Advocate.

We pursue access to trails across NJ through policy changes at state and local levels. Check out some of our projects!

Act.

We build & maintain sustainable trails. We are always looking for more people to help with these efforts. Get involved today!

Jersey Off Road Bicycling Association (JORBA)

All JORBA sponsored activities, including trail maintenance are suspended.

Stay Healthy, Stay Home


NJ State Parks and Forests are Open

MORE INFO
To learn more about COVID-19 or find resources, go to https://www.COVID19.NJ.GOV, text NJCOVID to 898-211, or call 211.

For updated parks information, please follow this Facebook page or visit the Division of Parks and Forestry’s website: https://njparksandforests.org


NJ’s First Public Flow Trails


Don’t Ride Muddy Trails

Know before you go

Check conditions.

Find your park in New Jersey Trail Conditions & Status or visit the JORBA Parks page, MTBNJ.com or use the Trailforks app.

Look for wet weather friendly trails.

Ride it, Report it

Become part of the solution, use your trailforks app to report trail conditions or problems, and link your Strava account to automate the process.

Better yet, come and volunteer on one of our trail sessions.



JORBA.org

The Jersey Off Road Bicycle Association, founded in 1999, is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization which is dedicated to serving off road cyclists as a member of equal standing within the trail user community. Our focus is to build and maintain sustainable multi-use trails, organize and encourage volunteerism and responsibility, and advocate and foster mountain biking as a healthy, environmentally sound, and sustainable activity.

Jorba Project - Public Bike Repair Stand, Cherry Hill

Public Bike Repair Stand - Cherry Hill

In conjunction with REI, JORBA installed a public bike repair and maintenance stand at Cherry Hill park

jorba Before After trail work at allamuchy

Trail work by the Allamuchy Trail Crew

Water was diverted off White Trail below Four Bump by establishing a rock bridge crossing.

Don't Ride Trails When Wet!