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Posted By: bwalker
9/26/2016 8:02 am
Comite Trail is OPEN There is still some work to be done but the trail is open.Be careful of the erosion that has not been addressed and deep sandy spots.

Trail Maintenance - September Trail Maintenance Round 2

Posted By: bwalker
9/23/2016 1:31 pm
From Carey Coxe on FacebookDue to the outstanding response we had last weekend for Trail Maintenance Day and the amount of work ahead of us to get the trail ridable, we are gonna do it again on Saturday Sept. 24 8:00 am at Comite.

News/Lounge - September 2016 BRAMBA Meeting

Posted By: bwalker
9/11/2016 5:48 pm
September BRAMBA meeting is tomorrow 9/12 (Monday) 6;30PMGeorge's on Highland

Trail Maintenance - September 2016 Trail Maintenance Day

Posted By: bwalker
9/9/2016 12:41 pm
Trail Maintenance Day this Sunday Sept. 11. 8:00am-noon at Comite. Bring loppers, shovel, weed eater, saw and axe, eye protection and bug spray. Focusing on post flood debris clean up and probably a little trail reclamation, depending on what happened out there. Can't wait!

Trail Conditions - Re: Comite Conditions

Posted By: Robin
8/27/2016 9:31 am
* * * CLOSED * * *Per BREC. Gate has been locked. Please stay off until the trails can be inspected and clean up can begin.Thank you.

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BRAMBA: Who we are.

The Baton Rouge Area Mountain Bike Association (BRAMBA) was formed in December 1992, in response to a need for a mountain bike trail in the Baton Rouge area. Until that time, bikers were riding the "levee trail," near the water's edge on the east bank of the Mississippi River, but that trail was under water during the spring. Other than the levee trail, local riders had to drive two hours to Alexandria, Louisiana, or Clear Springs, Mississippi, to find suitable mountain bike trails to ride. This need for a place to ride and fun people to ride with coincided with the explosive growth and popularity of mountain biking. BRAMBA was officially formed to find a permanent trail, organize trail building efforts, and support mountain biking in the Baton Rouge area. BRAMBA secured a 240-acre parcel of land at Hooper Road Park from BREC for mountain bike use. The Baton Rouge Area Mountain Bike Association, Inc. has been recognized as a not for profit organization under IRS 501(c)3; any donations to BRAMBA are tax exempt. Today we operate as advocates of the Kerry Stamey Trail System and support being healthy and having fun through cycling and the MTB community!

To learn more about our organization, please visit us in our forum, and thank you for visiting bramba.org!