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

Sep, 2015

Buffalo Creek, Little Scraggy Trail Building, September 12

This summer’s trail work has been a huge success. We completed about 2.0 miles of new trail through some fairly rugged terrain. Since we all want more and better trails, we’ll be back at it again on September 12th. All work will be done by hand which involves the use of simple hand tools. There’s no experience needed.

Sep, 2015

Women's Ride #5, North Table Mountain Park, September 15th

The fifth and final COMBA Women's Ride is Tuesday, September 15th at North Table Mountain Park, located in Golden, CO. Ride meets at 5:15 pm at the Tony Grampsas Memorial Sports Complex parking lot. We will ride from Tony Grampsas to the adjacent North Table Mountain Park.

Rides, Women's Rides | 5:15 pm | Tony Grampsas Memorial Sports Complex Details
Sep, 2015

Beginner Ride #5, Flying J Ranch Park, Sept 19

The monthly beginner ride is Saturday, September 19 at Flying J Ranch Park at 9:00 am. BBQ sponsored by COMBA following the ride!

Beginner Rides | 9:00 am | Flying J Ranch Park Details
Sep, 2015

National Public Lands Day on the Colorado Trail – Saturday, September 26, 2015

COMBA is the official adopter of the first section of the Colorado Trail. In fact, the section that we steward is the longest such segment in the Colorado Trail Foundation’s Adopt-A-Trail program – almost 17 miles! It’s up to COMBA to make sure that the trail is well maintained and a showcase of the entire CT for thousands of users every year.

Trail Building | 8:30 am | Waterton Canyon Trailhead Details