Byram is looking to implement it’s recreational trail plan. JORBA may help with the process details TDB.
Bridgewater’s new park to be developed with pro trail builders, JORBA providing ongoing maintenance.
We will be finishing a small reroute around the perennially wet section at the bottom of Hippo. Work starts ASAP.
A joint project with JORBA and NYNJTC the Tapawingo project will improve connectivity with Long Pond Ironworks State Park and Norvin Green State Forest. Work has completed Ryno, the first connection from Rhino in Jungle to Tapawingo. The next connection will be Stags, NJ’s first adaptive mountain bike trail.
JORBA and the New Jersey Interscholastic Cycling League have made a joint proposal to build a new trail on the Stephens side of Allamuchy State Park. The proposal is undergoing the land management review process with the state.
JORBA has established a new chapter to advocate for mountain biking in Essex County. Gene Sackman will lead efforts for legal MTB access. Please visit our Essex County Chapter Page for updates and add your name to our Essex County Mailing list.
Tom HenniganPresident, Chairman Ken SeebeckExecutive Director, CEO Dave ClarkTreasurer Jason FletcherSecretary Mike ConfentiVice President Board Members and Staff
Our colleagues at American Trails have put together a list of resources for trail planning and design. Please check it out.
The Wildcat Ridge WMA chapter of JORBA remains active. In 2020-2021 there was a joint effort with the NYNJTC to replace a dilapidated bridge across a brook within the WMA. This effort was completed and benefitted all trail users as well as building good will between the two organizations. Due to above normal rainfall, vegetation…
98 hours Jeremy Klopper took Jason Goncalves slot as Co-Lead earlier this year.Jeremy lives in Randolph and can be spotted on the trails either locally or further away as he and his family love to travel to find different places to ride. He has been a NICA coach since the league’s first season in NJ…