Southwest KyMBA is a chapter of the International Mountain bike Association (IMBA). The trail systems in our region include Rudy Mines at Ben Hawes Park, Brier Creek at Nolin Lake State Park, Low Hollow in Bowling Green, The Big Hollow Trail at Mammoth Cave National Park, Twisted Oliver at Barren River Lake, & Grapevine.
For a link to join Southwest KyMBA and become a supporting member please go to the following link:
We are a bicycle advocacy organization dedicated to providing education, outreach and environmental stewardship programs to communities and agencies in the local region and across Southwest Kentucky. In addition, as a recognized leader in sustainable trail development, Southwest KyMBA seeks to preserve, expand and enhance natural surface trail systems in an effort to ensure continued access to high quality, well-maintained trails for all self propelled activities. Our general geographic scope is the southwest Kentucky Region including Hopkins, Christian, Daviess, Mclean, Muhlenberg, Todd, Logan, Butler, Ohio, Hancock, Breckinridge, Grayson, Edmonson, Warren, Simpson, Allen, Barren, Hart, Taylor, Green, Adair, Metcalfe, Monroe, and Cumberland Counties in Kentucky.