Spring of 2014 Trail Days Announced

The Northern Michigan Mountain Biking Association is currently seeking volunteers to help with spring trail maintenance on northern Michigan trails. We need your help getting the following trails back into shape for the 2014 riding season:

High Country Pathway #1: Saturday April 26, 2014: Join us the weekend of April 26th for a full day of trail work beginning at 9AM Saturday on the Atlanta side of the Pigeon River Forest. Camping will be provided at Tomahawk Lake campground off route 634, east of M33 near Atlanta, MI. on Friday and Saturday night. Snacks and meals will also be provided on Saturday.  Bring camping gear, your bike, water, and anything you need to work and be comfortable on the trails all day. Expect back country conditions, the HCP is remote. Click on “Contact” in main header bar to send us notice if you plan on attending or have any questions.

Aspen Park: Saturday May 3, 2014: We will meet at 9AM on Saturday at Aspen Park trailhead in Gaylord. Bring water, work gloves, loppers, handsaws, and whatever you need to work comfortably. Plan for 4-6 hours of work. Click on “Contact” in main header bar to send us notice if you plan on attending or have any questions.

High Country Pathway #2: Saturday May 17th, 2014: Join us the weekend of May 17th for a full day of trail work beginning at 9AM Saturday on the west side of the Pigeon River Forest. Lodging will be provided along with food and snacks at the DNR bunkhouse off Sturgeon Valley Road in Vanderbilt. We’ll be staying overnight on Friday and Saturday. Bring sleeping gear if you plan to camp, also bring your bike, and anything you need to work and be comfortable on the trail all day.  Click on “Contact” in main header bar to send us notice if you plan on attending or have any questions.

VASA Single Track: Saturday May 31st, 2014: We will meet at 9:00 AM on Saturday at the VASA Single Track parking lot off Supply Road. Bring work gloves, safety glasses, loppers, handsaws, and whatever you need to work comfortably. Plan for 2-3 hours of work. Contact John Roe at john.roe@nmmba.net for more information.

 

 

Volunteer assistance is what the NMMBA is built on.  Giving us a few hours on a weekend is what makes great trails possible!

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