COMBA, a chapter of IMBA, is a non-profit organization dedicated to protecting and improving mountain biking on the Colorado Front Range. The organization is committed to being an advocacy voice for all mountain bikers, building and maintaining trails, teaching proper trail use, and working with government on land management decisions.

Events Calendar

Saturday
3
Jun, 2017

Buffalo Creek Trail Work With Colorado Trail Foundation (CTF)

We’re back at it again in 2017, and this year we really need to step on the gas to get much needed additional repairs and critical trail re-alignments completed on Buck Gulch, Strawberry Jack, Little Scraggy, the Colorado Trail and many of the other 21 trails that comprise the...

| 9:00 am | Miller Gulch Trailhead Details
Sunday
4
Jun, 2017

Buffalo Creek Trail Work With Colorado Trail Foundation (CTF) #2

We’re back at it again in 2017, and this year we really need to step on the gas to get much needed additional repairs and critical trail re-alignments completed on Buck Gulch, Strawberry Jack, Little Scraggy, the Colorado Trail and many of the other 21 trails that comprise the...

| 9:00 am | Miller Gulch Trailhead Details
Friday
16
Jun, 2017

Volunteer at the Hundo June 16th

Support Trips for Kids, Colorado High School Cycling League and COMBA by volunteering at the Bailey Hundo June 16th Raise your hand if you like mountain bikes! Keep it raised if you believe in the work we do here at COMBA. If your hand is still raised, we have a job for you...

| 6:00 am Details
Sunday
18
Jun, 2017

Beginner Ride # 2

Beginner ride #2 will be at Hidden Mesa Open Space in Parker, with demo bikes provided by Bike Source! It will be a guided beginner ride through easier trails in the area. We meet at 9:45 AM, and pedal away at 10:00 AM – look for the COMBA banner. Rides will last for 90-120...