Why join the NSMBA?
The NSMBA is a voice for the mountain biking community of the North Shore. We protect and maintain the trails as environmental leaders, focussed on sustainability through education & action. We develop trail networks that provide challenge and progression while fostering mountain bike culture and a community that embraces our sport as a positive force.
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What does being an Active Member mean?
Joining the NSMBA as an active member means that you care about keeping the trails of the North Shore open for all and forever. Your membership dues:
- Fund the purchase of materials, tools, and equipment for our volunteer trail days and trail builders
- Fund labour costs for some trail building projects
- Insure you for participation in NSMBA events such as trail maintenance days and organised rides
- Give you free or discounted admission to NSMBA and other bike-related events
- Voting rights for the Board of Directors at our Annual General Meeting hosted late November
Without the efforts of people like you, the North Shore trails you love would be in terrible condition, if not completely closed. We support local trailbuilders, hold awesome events, and work with landowners to ensure you have access to trails. Are you interested in seeing our current network of trails maintained while continuing to look at opportunities for new trails in the future? Get involved!
How much does it cost?
Annual membership in the NSMBA is as follows:
Youth Active Membership - $35
($15 Insurance Fee + $20 Membership Fee)
Adult Active Membership - $40
( $15 insurance Fee + $25 Membership Fee)
Corporate Membership - $500
( 4 x Adult Active Memberships + $340 contribution)
How long is a membership good for?
Your NSMBA Membership is calendar year, annual. The membership is valid from January 1 to December 31 of the year of purchase.
What is a Corporate Membership?
A corporate membership is a way for local riders, families, small businesses and large organizations to give just a little more back to the trails here on the North Shore. We understand that not everyone has the resources or time to commit to our Trail Adoption Plan (TAP) program. But that's ok, because as a Corporate Member, your extra funds go right back into the trails.
So what else do you get for the extra bucks besides extra trail karma?
- Four (4) Adult Membership cards for the season of purchase
- Recognition on our Corporate Members page with a link back to your business
- Recognition of your support to the NSMBA to be displayed in your office or home
- Invitation to sponsor only events
Connecting your small business with the NMSBA shows good-will and increases your brand awareness in the local community.
North Shore Trail Pass?
Are there other benefits of an annual Active Membership or Corporate Membership?
Of course! The NSMBA is the voice of mountain biking on the North Shore and our trails and advocacy teams work with local governments like the City of West Vancouver, the District of North Vancouver, Metro Vancouver, and BC Parks. By supporting the NSMBA you are supporting the advocacy efforts for all mountain bikers.
Members receive 10% off their order at The Raven Pub, upon showing their NSMBA member card.
How else can I get involved?
Donate financially! The NSMBA is a CRA registered charity and we issue tax receipts for donations above $20.
Can I volunteer?
Absolutely! The NSMBA is an organization run entirely by the dedicated efforts of volunteers. If you're excited about mountain biking and want to share your enthusiasm with the community, the NSMBA has an exciting volunteer position for you! You can start by checking out our volunteer page here. You can also sign up as a Supporting Member with the NSMBA and we will contact you by email when volunteer positions become available.
Ready to join?
Are you fired up to get out on your bike, pick up a shovel, put in some sweat and help make our trail system one of the best in the world?