BMA Group Rides
Bring a friend or make some new ones
Bring a friend or make some new ones!
BMA Group Rides
New to mountain biking? Looking to make some new trail buddies? BMA’s group rides are always fun – and all of our rides are free and open to the public.
Rides start in April, continue through September, and take place on fun trails throughout Boulder County. Choose from our Knobby Wednesday for beginning riders, our Gurlz Ride for the ladies, or our Trails & Ale, for intermediate to advanced riders. And NEW for 2021 – BMA’s Inclusion Rides. Join us on the 2nd Wednesday for our BIPOC Ride, 3rd Monday join Latinx riders for BiciFiesta and 4th Friday for teens!
Meets: Every Wednesday at 6:00 p.m.
Join the fun on mountain bikes! These entry-level rides for beginner riders will give you a chance to practice your skills, have fun, and be safe riding trails. Before each ride we will review fundamental tips about riding, then we will head out on an entry-level trail ride. This is a family-friendly ride with two Ride Guides so nobody will get left behind.
Level: All levels welcome. Sorry guys… ladies only.
Meets: Every Tuesday at 6:00 p.m.
Ladies, come on out for our fun rides and post-ride get-togethers! We love to ride and enjoy meeting other women who do too. We also support each other as we progress in our bike skills. At the trailhead, we split into two groups: beginner and intermediate/advanced. Our beginner ride has a sweep so you won’t get dropped. Join us!
Trails & Ale
Level: Intermediate to advanced
Meets: Every Thursday at 6:00 p.m.
This intermediate/advanced level ride is a great mid-week tonic. Ride at your own pace and we’ll regroup at intersections. We finish every ride by gathering at a local establishment for food and good cheer. Explore trails that are new to you and find a new riding buddy or two. Join the fun!
Level: All levels welcome.
BIPOC: 2nd Wednesday of the month at 6 p.m.
BiciFiesta: 3rd Monday of the month at 6 p.m.
Teens: 4th Friday of the month at 6 p.m.
BMA is dedicated to promoting diversity and inclusion in our community. We’ve added these rides to create a safe space for riders that are underrepresented in Boulder, led by Ride Guides of these communities. Who is welcome? Anyone who identifies as a BIPOC (Black, Indigenous and people of color), Latinx, teens and their allies.