A woman rides a mountain bike on a banked turn through the forest with a man following her on a mtb.

CAMBA Vision

  • Be the Premier Off-Road Riding Destination in the Upper Midwest!

CAMBA Mission

  • To Be Visionaries and Stewards of the CAMBA Trails.
  • To Host Exceptional Events and Programs.
  • To Build Community and Driving Economic Enhancement with Trails.

Chequamegon Area Mountain Bike Association (CAMBA) is a 501(c)3 tax-exempt non-profit organization, and is responsible for the development and management of a regional mountain bike trail system of over 130 miles, and over 200+ miles of gravel routes. CAMBA grooms over 70 miles of trails for winter riding.  The CAMBA trails lie in and around the beautiful Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest as well as Bayfield and northern Sawyer County Forests – nearly a million acres in which to ride your mountain bike or your gravel bike. Trails are based in the towns of Bayfield, Cable, Hayward, Namakagon and Seeley.

CAMBA takes its responsibility as a steward of the environment very seriously and is committed to sustainable trail development – trails that will withstand years of regular use without degrading or promoting erosion. All new trails are designed and constructed to International Mountain Bike Association (IMBA) best practices.

Area cyclists have created the CAMBA trail system and mapped CAMBA gravel routes to make this vast, unique area available to everyone. We hope you enjoy the riding and join with us in preserving this resource. CAMBA encourages you to ride safely, wear a helmet and respect the environment.

Chequamegon Area Mountain Bike Association (CAMBA) is a 501(c)3 tax-exempt, non-profit with Federal Tax Identification Number 39-1743206.

The Chequamegon Area Mountain Bike Association invites you to try our trails – you won’t be disappointed. Our organization, and the trails we all love to ride would simply not be possible without your support. Thank you for joining as a member, as well as your financial donations and volunteer support.


Read our 2020-2025 Strategic Plan here.

Read our bylaws here.