If you enjoyed riding our trails, are unable to
volunteer during any of our work parties, or just want to support trail
advocacy in the CSRA, please feel free to donate to the SORBACSRA
Chapter of IMBA/SORBA. We are a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, so your donation may be tax deductable.
SORBAcsra, P.O. Box 1351, Evans, GA 30809-9998
Thank you for your donation!!!
Welcome to SORBACSRA!
SORBA-CSRA is the Central Savannah River Area
chapter of Southern
Off-Road Bicycle Association. SORBACSRA
is a volunteer, non-profit 501(c)(3) organization formed to promote
trail preservation and development, riding, fun and fellowship for all
mountain bicyclists in the Central Savannah River Area of South
Carolina and Georgia. This website is published as a means of keeping
members (and non-members) informed of current issues, rides, work
parties and other local events.
Second Tuesday of the month - .
The next meeting is Tuesday February, 10th at Nacho Mamas (upstairs).
Meeting starts at 7:30PM, but get there early if you want to eat. Sometimes there is a line to order food.
Explore The Trail Ride (EtTR):
First Saturday (or Sunday) of the month.
The next EtTR is on Sunday February, 8th at Boyd Pond
We will meet in the lower parking area, near the RC track, at 1:30PM. Be ready to ride at 1:45PM. Driving directions are here: Boyd Pond Google Map. .
Visiting from out of town?
Visit the the SORBAcsra Forum for more information about meetings, work parties, rides, and discussions.
Check out the Visitors Page for
information on camping, hotels, local bike shops, and local events.
SORBACSRA Volunteer Appreciation Cookout and December monthly meeting at Mistletoe State Park
Our volunteers gave over 2,100 to our trails and land managers in 2014!!!
You too can help maintain the local
trails by volunteering at one of our work parties (watch Facebook, our
forums, or our calendar), joining SORBA-CSRA or use the donation button.
All of our donations are used locally to purchase tools & trail
Wet Trail Policy
is the time of season when the trail does not absorb as much water as
during other times of the year. Riding a wet trail will cause damage to
the trail surface. No, one bike will not cause the damage, but many
bikes will. Riding a wet trail will also cause damage to your bike
(chain, gears and shifting). Please respect the trail and your bike. If you do encounter a wet spot on the trail,
Do Not ride around, ride in the water. By riding around the water, you
cause "trail creep". Trail creep will result in total trail closure. In
other words, Stay On The Trail.