Local Recreation Groups
Join a group to add more physical activity to your life, meet new people and have fun! Many local clubs offer recreational activities at low or no cost to the public. Click on the club name to learn more and see what each group offers.
Moscow Area Mountain Bike Association (MAMBA) “is a group of like-minded enthusiastic volunteers and land owners working together to create a network of trails on Moscow Mountain offering a variety of recreational opportunities & challenges for hikers & bikers.”
Twin Rivers Cyclists is made up of individuals from the Lewiston, Clarkston, Moscow, and Pullman areas. If you’re looking for some bike riding partners, this group is for you.
Seaport Striders “is a 33 year old nonprofit running club that is dedicated to promoting running as a sport and fitness exercise in the Lewis-Clark valley. We provide opportunities to run, companionship, and encouragement for experienced and non-experienced runners. The club consists of people of all running abilities: the casual jogger to the serious marathoner. We also welcome walkers to join us for our weekly runs/walks and our club sponsored running events.”
Palouse Road Runners “serves the community by promoting healthy running and exercise, by conducting competitive well-organized races, by encouraging daily workouts on trails of known distances, by assisting many other community organizations who want to sponsor fun-run events, and by elevating running to the esteemed status it so richly deserves in the Moscow/Pullman communities.”
University of Idaho Triathlon Club “promotes participation in multi-sport races and provides support and networking to help its members to prepare for and compete in races in the Northwest. Members organize events to raise funds, and the funds are then used for purchasing uniforms or jackets along with schwagg, booty, and loot; and to cover registration fees and travel costs of races they compete in. We also organize workouts and clinics to boost motivation and team spirit and to help develop expertise.”
Web: Idaho Parks & Recreation