Prescott Mountain Bike Alliance

Prescott Mountain Bike Alliance

Pass it Forward to the Kids – Prescott Mountain Bike Alliance

Pass It Forward is a PMBA (Prescott Mountain Bike Alliance) program whose mission is to collect and distribute gently used and new bicycling clothing and gear for Prescott area youth riders in need so they may adequately enjoy the sport. Pass It Forward was born out of the need seen by adults riding with youth

Prescott National Forest

THANK YOU: Trails Volunteers & Partner Organizations

To our volunteers and partners, we sincerely thank you for your contributions to the trails and wilderness of the Prescott National Forest during the last year. Volunteers donated over 4,000 hours resulting in 284 miles of trails maintained and over 20 miles of trail constructed in 2021. Your dedication to the safety, sustainability and enjoyment


2021 Skull Valley Loop Challenge

Registration is open for the 2021 Skull Valley Loop Challenge!  Sunday September 19 @ 7:30am in Prescott AZ.  This 54 mile timed group road ride has incredible scenery, neutral SAG Support, and two Aid Stations. Electric bikes welcome! Presented by Prescott Alternative Transportation, a non-profit 501-c3. Register:  Please join their social for breaking details over


Annual Youth Bike Clothing and Gear Giveaway, Saturday 8/7

SATURDAY, AUGUST 7th 11:00am – 3:00pm GRACE SPARKS ACTIVITY CENTER (OLD ARMORY) 824 EAST GURLEY ST., PRESCOTT   Pass It Forward is a PMBA (Prescott Mountain Bike Alliance) program that collects new and used cycling clothing and gear from the community to be distributed to youth riders in need of specific items. All young riders are


New Pump Track at Granite Creek Opens to the Public July 7th

The City of Prescott Recreation Services Department, and Prescott Mountain Bike Alliance (PMBA), are pleased to announce completion of the new pump track at Granite Creek Park.  There will be a ribbon cutting ceremony hosted by the Prescott Chamber of Commerce, followed by an opening party on Wednesday, July 7th at 4 p.m. Everyone is

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