Laurel Highlands On and Off Road Bicycling Association (LHORBA)

We are an all-volunteer, non-profit organization devoted to the promotion of the sport of bicycling. We view the sport as a vehicle to promote low-impact outdoor recreation and conservation. We promote bicycling opportunities that are environmentally and socially responsible, while providing economic benefits for businesses in Southwestern Pennsylvania.

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Our Guide to Your Next Ride

Our area boasts a multitude of opportunities to experience greatly maintained single track, gravel and dirt roads. Whether you're a beginner or experienced rider, there's a ride for you.

Join us for regular weekly rides and monthly picnic rides on flat roads (okay, not many), moderate hills, and challenging climbs. We have it all on the best roads Southwestern PA has to offer.    

Casual, comfortable riding on bike trails converted from old rail lines. An excellent choice for any cyclist who prefers not to bike on the road. 

Join the Club!

Outreach. Excitement. Diversity.


Join a group of other bike junkies and raise the fun bar!  LHORBA is a great example of what bike clubs can and should be.  It's full of bike-loving, fun, enthusiastic, happy people wanting to connect with other club members on fun-filled rides.  When you join LHORBA, you become a part of the area's premier cycling organization with access to events, information, and a network of like-minded cylists.


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LHORBA mountain bikers where out last evening at the Que trail
Had some flats, broken chain, failing lights but most made the whole loop. We set out as one group but, got back to the lot all different times. Jen and Chris did their first complete loop. Way to go.
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Support Variety’s “My Bike” program 

Funds raised provide adaptive bicycles for area children with disabilities in conjunction with Variety Children’s Charity “My Bike” program. 


Support Trail Maintenance

To cover costs for tools, fuel, signage, materials for bridges and drainage, and most importantly to match money requirements for grants received to construct trail projects, such as the Quemahoning Reservoir mountain bike trails.