Our Menomonie Area Mountain Bike Association has joined CORBA!

Please Join and support CORBA and ride our trails in Menomonie.

Summer 2018: The MAMBA Board unanimously voted to join CORBA. The Trail Marshals (Kim Wentworth, Menomin Park and Bob Heise, Environmental Site) continue these roles as trail liaisons with CORBA and Jerry Porter becomes the Dunn County liaison with CORBA and joins the CORBA Board.

Posted on CORBA Website News.

Posted on August 10, 2018

More Trails for CORBA!

On Wednesday, August 8th the CORBA Board voted on some trail additions to the organization.

Two Dunn County trail systems are now part of CORBA. The dissolution of MAMBA (Menomonie Area Mountain Bike Assocation) presented the opportunity for us to take on both the Lake Menomin trails as well as the future trails at the School District of Menomonie (near Knapp).

At the same meeting a vote was cast to bring the Silver Creek Trails in Barron County under the CORBA umbrella. We were approached by Barron County for this opportunity and with 5-6 miles of existing trail it made a lot of sense!

We extend a very warm welcome to these systems and the hard working volunteers that have set the table for us for some great riding!

Watch for more details, directions to trailheads, and maps on our website soon!


2018 MAMBA Board

Tod Griffith was re-elected President

Steve Brown was re-elected Vice President

Jerry Porter was re-elected Secretary and Treasurer

Kim Wentworth was re-elected Trail Marshal at Menomin Park

Bob Hiese was elected Trail Marshal at SDMA Environmental Site

Joan Carlson was elected Member at Large

Thanks to all that attended! See note here.

The trails at Menomin Park are open with no trail fee or park fee.

While there are no fees to ride at Menomin Park, please consider volunteering when you can.

Our goal is to have fun, and leave the park better than we found it.

M.A.M.B.A. is a purely volunteer organization, there are no dues. Most all trail building tools and supplies are donated.

Thank you to all the volunteers that came out and built the new Pump Track at Menomin Park on Saturday, October 20, 2012.

Thanks to Fairmont Minerals - Wisconsin Industrial Sand and

Cedar Falls Building Systems, Inc for the materials and equipment.

Welcome to the home of Menomonie Area Mountain Bike Association (MAMBA).

Please contact the board secretary, Jerry Porter via email with any comments or concerns.

How To Find Menomin Park:

From downtown Menomonie and the UW-Stout Campus

Head east on Highway 12

The intersection one block east of the Hospital is Red Cedar Street

Turn left (North) on Red Cedar Street

Continue through three turns, Red Cedar Street becomes Domain Drive.

Menomin Park is on the left (North). Take the gravel driveway to the parking lot.

From Interstate 94

Exit onto Highway B south, this is Exit 45.

Turn right at the stop light.

Turn left at the stop sign for Stokke Parkway.

Turn right onto Domain Drive. Menomin Park is on the right (North). Take the gravel driveway to the parking lot.

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