Raystown Mountain Bicycling Association

Established informally in 2003, the Raystown Mountain Bicycling Association is now in its formal ninth year of existence.  At the core, even after enduring various stages of evolution, our association is about the trails and the people who keep them open. 

Quarterly Club Meeting at Rothrock Outfitters
photo cred- Rob Sharer 
Mission Statement
Raystown Mountain Bicycling Association (RMBA) is a group of volunteer trail riders, racers and outdoor enthusiasts supporting mountain biking in the Huntingdon/Raystown Lake region.  Our members are dedicated to the promotion, maintenance, and enhancement of area mountain bike trails, specifically the Allegrippis Multi-use Trail System.
RMBA - RRO Collaboration  Jersey 

RMBA provides a forum for the exchange of ideas about local and area outdoor recreation.  The club also acts as liaison between community groups, area organizations, and municipal committees involved with the riding community.

RMBA also seeks to improve and maintain respect among various trail user-groups,  encourage responsible mountain biking, promote volunteer trail work, and provide input and feedback regarding recreational land-management issues specific to the Allegrippis Trail System.

Membership and Dues
The Raystown Mountain Bicycling Association is a club and we have annual memberships available for $20.00. This helps support the costs of maintenance, club insurance, and numerous trail related projects. First time members receive a hearty handshake and the Allegrippis Trails Map.
Club Leadership:

President: Evan Gross
Treasurer: Tony Seguin
Secertary: Helena Kotala


RMBA Google Group Discussion

Monthly Meetings:
Meetings are held at 5:30pm quarterly at either Rothrock Outfitters or at the Bakers Road Hollow Trail-head. Check out the calendar below: 

Trail Work Days:
Trail Work days are scheduled at least a month ahead of the anticipated date. We require all non-registered members to sign a liability waiver. 
We have also worked with a number of scout troops, community organizations, and a Department of Corrections Community Work Program. If you are interested in coordinating a workday for your group please use the contact us page to set something up.

Volunteer Hours