BVMBA is a 501(c)(4) non-profit riders group located in the College Station/Bryan, Texas area. The club is a group of mountain bike enthusiasts, from the casual rider to the expert racer, that promotes safe and responsible participation in off-road biking. The BVMBA is dedicated to assisting and educating all individuals in the sport of mountain biking. The club offers monthly meetings, group rides and occasional mountain biking related events. We are responsible for building and maintaining the trail system at Lake Bryan. BVMBA Bylaws.
Come meet us for social ride Tuesdays at 6:30 pm (bring your lights!!). We meet at the boat ramp at Lake Bryan. Social rides are a great way to meet club members and get information about the club.
To get the most up to date information on club activities and trial conditions etc sign onto the BVMBA Yahoo group.
Meetings are held on the first Monday of each month at 6:30 pm. at Blue Baker (800 University Dr. East Ste 100, College Station). Come join us!
NOTE: The next meeting will be held Monday, February 3rd.
Come join us for trail maintenance day!
Trail Maintenance is normally held on the Saturday immediately after the Monday meeting. We meet at 8:00 am. in the Lake Bryan parking lot by the boat ramp and work until noon. Afterward, we often meet for lunch.
Current Officers, 2013:
Victor Mason, President
Travis Prochaska, Vice President
Jonathan Lidbury, Secretary/Treasurer
Questions or comments? Please email the officers.
Monthly meeting: Monday, February 3rd, 6:30 pm. at Blue Baker (800 University Dr. East Ste 100, College Station).
Trail maintenance: Saturday, February 8th, 9 am. at Lake Bryan (meet near the boat ramp) or The Millican Reserve (check with a club officer for location).
Join us for group rides on Tuesdays at 6:30 pm. Meet at the parking lot and be ready to ride at 6:30 pm.
Annual dues are $30 and cover an individual and their family.
Membership forms are available online and at all club events. Print and complete the form and turn in to the club treasurer at the next club meeting.
Members are required to complete 9 hours of service to the club through participation in activities such as trail maintenance or web site development and maintenance.