The Jersey Off Road Bicycle Associations represents NJ’s mountain bikers. We advocate;

  • All trails should be multi-use by default.
  • That said, we support single use trails for a unique experience(s) e.g. the Appalachian Trail, or a bicycle flow trail
  • All existing woods roads should be multi-use. This includes un-mapped double track.
  • Existing trails and roads should be upgraded to be sustainable. If they can’t be made sustainable they should be re-routed to accomplish this.
  • Existing trail networks should be reorganized into stacked loops. Initially by blazing if possible, additionally by adding new trails.
  • Where possible trails and trail heads, should connect people, places and parks.
  • Overnight camping along leave no trace ethics should be allowed and encouraged.

Projects in Progress:

Tell them you want mountain bike trails.

The National Park Service (NPS) is currently developing the Draft Visitor Use Management Plan (the draft plan) for the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area, we need mountain bike trails there. Submit your comment and let them know we need mountain bike trails. Comments due by December 6th.

Commons on the Wye High Bridge, NJ

JORBA, Avid Trails and the Borough of High Bridge, NJ have collaborated to jointly develop a bike park which aims to improve trail connectivity with the pump track on the property formerly known as “Pfauth Tract” – referred to as the North of the Commons on the Wye Park or High Bridge Commons.

Tapawingo West Milford, NJ

JORBA and NYNJTC jointly proposed to build a multiuse trail network adjacent to Jungle Habitat

Completed Projects:

Cherry Hill, NJ