Explore our Region
Reading, PA received an IMBA Bronze-Level Ride Center Designation! We are really proud of that. The Ride Center™ designation represents IMBA's Model Trail recognition for large-scale mountain bike facilities that offer something for every rider. This designation is designed to support local stakeholders and land managers in their effort to create the ultimate mountain biking destination trail system.
BAMBA promotes responsible and respectful riding of the shared-use trails throughout our region. Everyone is strongly encouraged to understand the unique expectations of the trail network before embarking on a ride. It is a gift, not a privilege, to have access to these beautiful trail systems. Please help us preserve this gift for future generations. Read more about responsible riding here.
Mount Penn Preserve & Antietam Lake Park
Mt. Penn Preserve is almost 40 miles of all mountain trails. If you like rocks, roots and technical trail features this is your place! It is also home to the gravity trail, A-Line, currently getting some enhancements. Click here for trail maps and more information.
Antietam Lake Park is located at the northeast side of Mt. Penn. The lake is surrounded by 665 acres of land and 12 miles of trails. Click here for trail maps and more information.
Blue Marsh Lake & Skills Area
Blue Marsh Lake has over 35 miles of cross country trails. There are options to ride sections or to ride an entire 30 mile loop around the beautiful lake.
BAMBA has partnered with the US Army Corps of Engineers in a multi-phase trail restoration program. Be sure to check out the new Skills Area! Click here for trail maps and more information.
Neversink Mountain Preserve
Neversink Mountain Preserve is over 22 miles of long climbs and old-school singletrack. There are also many historical sites throughout the Preserve, and an amazing overlook on the south side.
Be sure to click here for trail maps and parking information. There are over a dozen private land owners within the Preserve; please respect all private property boundaries.
French Creek State Park
French Creek State Park offers 25 miles of rocky, technical riding. Straddling the Schuylkill Highlands, the 7,730-acre park is the largest block of contiguous forest between Washington D.C. and New York City. The forests, lakes, wetlands, and fields are a destination for the people of southeast Pennsylvania to hike, fish, camp, and bike. Click here for trail maps and more information.
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