What is CORBA?
CORBA is a not for profit organization dedicated to the support of mountain biking trails and activities in the Bloomington-Normal area. Our members are responsible for the maintenance of the mountain biking trails at Comlara Park near Hudson, IL. The club also serves as a social network promoting the sport of mountain biking, organizing events and trips, and encouraging education and camaraderie among a great group of mountain bikers of all ages and skill levels. Please join us!
How do I join CORBA?
A CORBA membership is for the calendar year and costs $20 Individual or $25 Family. Please choose one of the options below for joining CORBA.
Online option using PayPal (preferred):$20 Individual CORBA Membership $25 Family CORBA Membership
Mud Sweat & Gears
Mud Sweat & Gears is a mountain bike race held at the Comlara park trails every year. It has categories for every rider from first timers to serious racers. There is a free kids race for those with young ones. It is held on a five mile lap of single and double track. The number of laps depends on the race category. Even if racing isn’t your thing, come out and have a great time with us!
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CORBA’s trail system is located at Comlara Park in Hudson Illinois, just north of Bloomington/ Normal Illinois. There are approximately 10-15 miles of mountain bike trails in the park. Trails range from beginner friendly trails to moderate level trails.
In addition to CORBA, there are neighboring clubs with great mountain biking single track in the central Illinois area. You can find information and links to the clubs below.
Chicago Area Mountain Bikers – CAMBR
Friends of Off Road Cycling, Quad Cities USA – QCFORC
Kickapoo Mountain Bike Club – KMBC
Macomb Area Cycling Moutain Bike Club – MACMTB
Peoria Mountain Biking Association – PAMBA
The International Mountain Bicycling Association (IMBA) is a 501 (c) 3 non-profit educational association whose mission is to create, enhance and preserve great mountain biking experiences.
International Mountain Bicycling Association – IMBA