Ottawa Mountain Bike Association


OMBA’s Partner Organizations:


Camp Fortune has been supporting mountain biking in the Outaouais region since 1995. For more than 20 years, Camp Fortune has hosted countless Quebec and Ontario cups in XC and DH racing and has been a cornerstone of mountain biking in the National Capital Region.

In recent years, the Camp Fortune trail network has seen significant improvements to its network due in part to the volunteer efforts of OMBA-AVMO. As a result, The Camp Fortune trail network has been expanded to include what are now its signature trails: Brian’s, Social Decline, Lesser Evil and Sunset.

MTB Chicks is an informal mountain biking group for female riders meeting up around once a month for a cross-country ride in the Ottawa area during the Spring, Summer and Fall. The rides are about exploring the landscape and enjoying some routes you might not choose to ride by yourself.
Trips For Kids Ottawa (TFKO) is a non-profit organization that provides mountain bike outings and environmental education for kids who would not otherwise be exposed to such activities. At our outings, we teach lessons in personal responsibility, achievement and environmental awareness through the simple act of having fun.TFKO provides opportunities for children and teens to experience adventure through mountain biking and other outdoor activities. We believe every child deserves the opportunity to explore the great outdoors so we provide the equipment.

Vélo La Pêche (VLP), located in the villages of Wakefield and Masham, Québec (municipality of La Pêche), is an organization comprised of local mountain bike enthusiasts dedicated to promoting and enhancing the sport for the social, environmental and economic well-being of the community. Continued….

Vélo La Pêche (VLP) est une organisation composée d’amateurs de vélo de montagne locales qui se consacrent à l’objectif de promouvoir et d’améliorer le sport pour le bien-être social, environnemental et économique de la communauté de La Pêche.  (Suite)