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NEMBAfest 2013

I went to this last year and it was a lot of fun. This year i'd like to get a group together to go. They have a downhill area and amazing cross country trails. You will want to bring a bike with you but if you don't have one I believe you can rent and demo new bikes.

New England's Mountain Bike
Festival at Kingdom Trails
Discounted $99 Early Bird Registration Ends March 31st which saves you $30.

Order Your Tickets Online Here

The Big Kahuna of the

Kona Bicycles MTB Adventure Series

Friday - Sunday, June 21-23, 2013
Burke Mountain Ski Resort
East Burke VT

Come celebrate all things mountain biking at one of the premier riding destinations in the country. We are partnering with the Burke Mountain Ski Resort and the Kingdom Trails Association to put on a fun-filled weekend of riding, camping, demo'ing the latest mountain bikes and checking out the last gear, music, food and more.

Camping ~ Bicycle Expo

Group Rides ~ Live Music

Food ~ Fun!

Kids 8-15 are $69, and Kids 7 and under are free.

Register Now!

Directions to NEMBAfest

Registration includes:

Camping (info on camping plus a map of the camping locations)
Weekend Lift Pass to Burke Mountain's Gravity Trails
Weekend Trail Pass to Kingdom Trail Association 100+ mile network
Complimentary Shuttles to and from town and camping venue
Entry to the Bike Demo Industry Expo Arena
Live Music on Saturday Night
Scores of Led Rides
Discounts from many locals business
CAMPING INFO:

All campers must wear event wrist bands at all times and display a camping tag on tents and RV campers.
Ice, water, snacks and drinks are available at the Mid Burke Lodge. Along with a bike wash station.
Glass bottles are prohibited from the camping area. Aluminum cans & plastic bottles are OK.
Sunday night camping is available for an additional fee of $10 per night. Purchase an extra night at the registration booth in the Mid Burke Lodge.
Camp stoves are permitted-personal fire pits are NOT allowed. There will be a few group fire pits at various locations in the camping area along with group camp stoves for your convenience.
Alcoholic beverages will be for sale at the Expo area at the Sherburne Base Lodge. Please keep any of your own alcoholic beverages within the designated camping area.
Pets are not allowed at the camping area, expo area or on the Kingdom Trails.
Keep Burke Green. Put your trash and recyclable items in marked containers near the Porto-potties.
Respect our neighbors. Camping quiet times are from 11pm – 7am.

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  • John

    Will be staying with friends...

    June 19, 2013

  • Faith

    I'm registered and plan to arrive early Friday as soon as check in is available. I'll be camping in the group camp ground. See you there!

    June 16, 2013

    • leslie

      i'll be there around the same time. I want a spot near where I was last year. There was a little stream which was a nice spot to cool off near.

      1 · June 17, 2013

  • Paul

    Hi everyone...just checking in...a little new to meetup and the MTB group. I've been meaning to get up to the Kingdom trails...but I'm a fairly average biker (just got my first full susp bike last year). Is everyone pretty intense?

    June 15, 2013

    • halfpint1227

      Paul, I've only been mountain biking for a year so I'm still learning too. From what people tell me, all levels of people go to NEMBA fest...even kids. So I think everyone will fit in. Also heard that there are lots of group rides for all abilities...I'm going with a couple guy friends who are really good. They are going to help me set up my tent etc (I'm not an experienced camper ;) but they will be riding on their own. And I have a hardtail bike so you're already ahead of me ;)

      June 15, 2013

    • leslie

      The nemba group is a little intense, just stick with the beginner rides. The intermediate group is more like advanced, but there is plenty of terrain for every level at both Kingdom Trails and Burke Mt.

      June 15, 2013

  • Paul

    es, there are condos, but it was pretty slim pickings when we were looking a couple weeks ago: http://www.homeaway.com/vacation-rentals/vermont/burke/r6771

    May 19, 2013

  • halfpint1227

    I don't really have all the camping gear....are there other places to stay while there that are still close to the action?!

    May 18, 2013

  • Brendan

    Looks fun

    March 30, 2013

  • Paul

    Looks like fun! I hope to make it!

    February 5, 2013

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