NEMBAfest on the Cape, Sept. 12


Oct 3, 2002
NEMBAfest Update: check www.nemba.org for details on camping!!!

This one-day mountain bike festival will feature great riding at the infamous Trail of Tears, lots of industry vendors and bike demos, a bike swap to buy and sell used stuff, food, music, swimming and more!

Live Music by the Boston area's up and coming band, On The Drop!

$15, Kids 12 and under are $5

Registration begins a 9am.

Register to sell used stuff at our Bike Swap, download the registration form or contact Philip Keyes for more info. Dealer and vendors may also request event space! Send an email to pk@nemba.org if you want in!

The Trail of Tears is approximately 16-18 miles of tight twisty singletrack, short steep climbs, fast descents and a rollercoaster like ride is what makes the Trail of Tears. There will also be an area that is known as the 'playground' for those who want to play on the rocks. A "hero" section will also be an option for those who can't get enough riding. Trail of Tears also connects up to the Otis Atwood Conservation in West Barnstable. This is much like Trail of Tears except there are more climbs and descents in a smaller area. In other words there is a lot of topography here.

Remember to bring your bathing suits as well, Camp Lyndon has top-notch swimming with a nice sandy beach and a nice place to picnic as well.

There will be food available, or you can use the community grill.

Industry Expo: Get great deals on products, demo some cool bikes and check out some 2005 gear. Lots of vendors will be coming, including: Alternative Needs Transportation, Brewster Bikes, Chatham Cycles, Decathlon, Eastern Mountain Sports, Harpoon Brewery, Jamis Bicycles, K2 Bicycles, LeVeL Components, Mavic, MetroSports Boston, On Guard, Redbull, Sesuit Creek Outfitters, Specialized Bicycles, The Bike Depot, Timberland, TobinSports, Topeak... and more!

Don't miss the event of the season!

Directions to Camp Lyndon, 117 Stowe St., Sandwich MA 02563

Route 3 to Sagamore Bridge
Go over Sagamore Bridge onto Route 6 Mid-Cape Highway
Get off exit 4, Chase Road and bear to right at end of ramp
Proceed down Chase Road for 2.4 miles until you come to stop sign
Take right at stop sign and then next right ( about 100 ft.) onto Stowe Road
About 0.2 mile down Stowe Road is Camp Lyndon on right
Click here for a Yahoo! Map.

There's camping at various locations on and near the site, check www.nemba.org for details.