Last year’s ride was so much fun we’ve decided to do it again!
Saturday 7/25 / 10:00AM / Pittstown State Forest
The ride will start on the SMBA trails in Pittstown State Forest and then ascend into Grafton Lakes State Park. We’ll take a mid-ride break in Grafton that will be supported by the sag-wagon. We’ll ride the trails in Grafton, then descend into Pittstown and finish on the Pittstown trails.
SMBA will be throwing a post-ride after party with BBQ and frosty beverages. The ride will be approx 20 miles long with nearly 3K feet vertical. We’ll break into several groups based on ability. Bring plenty of water, snacks and energy. It will be a nice long ride! Also bring any food, drinks, etc that you would like to send on the sag-wagon.
There is no cost for participation in the ride, but donations to the club, or SMBA membership is greatly appreciated. Your support for the club is what gives us the ability to build & maintain kick-ass trails and host fun events like this! Please RSVP on facebook.
You may or may not have seen that our 2015 MUD event was scheduled for this coming Saturday. Unfortunately, due to ongoing access issues to the clearing at Daniels Road State Forest, we’re pulling the plug on the MUD event this weekend. We tried to make a last minute change of venue, but our bike demos were cancelled before we could secure the location. Bummer.
Are you interested in learning how to build & maintain a quality trail system? Would you like to get involved with building a brand new trail system in the Capital Region?
SMBA is hosting a series of Trail Building Workshops to teach the skills, techniques and science behind building & maintaining sustainable trails. In the process we will break ground on a brand new trail system in the newly founded Rensselaer Plateau Community Forest!
Trail Building Workshop Schedule:
Saturday May 30th, 9am – 1pm
Saturday July 11th 9am – 1pm
Saturday Aug 8th 9am – 1pm
Click here for more information and to RSVP.
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