For over two decades SBMTV volunteers have provided sustainable trail maintenance, user education, and stewardship for the Santa Barbara area trails.

You can become part of this trail community.  Join in on our monthly second Sunday trail work events, Sunday trail rides, and cooperative trail events like State Trails Day.

Upcoming Events

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Oct 25th, SB Open Streets Block(s) Party and MTB Skills!

The SBMTV booth is returning to Santa Barbara’s Open Streets event this year on October 25th. Along with our smiling members ready to give you ... Continue Reading →

2nd Sunday Trail Work Event – November 9th, Location to be announced!

It’s SBMTV’s every 2nd Sunday of the Month Trail Work Event!  Location to be announced soon for 11/9.  Check back or email info@sbmtv.org for more ... Continue Reading →

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Latest from our blog

Building the “Great Wall of Jesusita”, Events #1 and #2

Some time in the Summer of 2104, part of the Jesusita trail tread between Tunnel and Inspiration Pt. gave way and slid downslope… On National Public ... Continue Reading →

Elings “Day of Caring” Community Trail Work Day

Saturday the 20th Santa Barbara Mountain Bike Trail Volunteers partnered up with Elings Park Staff and Santa Barbara United Way to continue SBMTV’s ongoing campaign ... Continue Reading →

Review: SBMTV CycleMAYnia Mountain Bike Skills Clinics

  This last May,  SBMTV participated in Santa Barbara County’s 5th Annual CycleMaynia. SBMTV’s IMBA certified mountain bike instructors, Michael Blake and Chris Orr led ... Continue Reading →

Review – May/June 2014 Jesusita Trail Work Double Header

May and June of 2014 included double header trail work events on Jesusita Trail.  On May 11, SBMTV brought together 18 volunteers to work on ... Continue Reading →

National Bike Summit

  March 3-5 I had the opportunity to attend the National Bike Summit in Washington DC where the League of American Bicyclists convenes riders and ... Continue Reading →

February 9th, 2014 – Camuesa Connector Trail Work Review!

The 2013 White Fire in the Lower Oso area of the Los Padres did some damage – it burnt part of Camuesa Connector trail and ... Continue Reading →