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Take A Kid Mountain Biking Day - October 4

Take A Kid Mountain Biking Day - October 4

WNYMBA participates in TAKMB day for the first time!  October 4!  Sprague Brook!

Fall 2014 Trail Work Schedule Announced

Fall 2014 Trail Work Schedule Announced

Holy cow there's a lot planned!  Six E-ville, and two each at Hunters and Spague.  Those trails are going to kick ass!

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Photos from National Trails Day at Sprague Brook Park
Written by Swamp Man   
Monday, 03 June 2013 12:24

Great re-route project at Sprague Brook Park on Saturday.  Lots of folks turned out for a 4 hour benching project.

Check out the photos on our WNY Mountain Bike Meetup Site.

 
WNYMBA - Allegany State Park May Trail Building Day! 2013
Written by Swap Dog   
Sunday, 05 May 2013 23:50

ALSO - Click HERE to see Photographs from the event.

 

 

 
WNYMBA - Allegany State Park Trail Building WEEKEND! 2013
Written by Swap Dog   
Saturday, 20 April 2013 23:36

 

Check out the Photos from the event.

 

 
Allegany State Park Trail Building Info
Written by Jon Sundquist   
Tuesday, 09 April 2013 21:00

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Everyone is getting fired up for the new trail construction at Allegany State Park coming later this month.  Here are the details about what is going on:

The project is to build new singletrack off of Ridge Run.  This will be the first (and easiest) of three new trails we have approval for.  The location for this new trail is dictated by the topography, and the only ridge in this area that doesn’t already have a trail on it is a couple of miles out on Ridge Run.  That means doing things a little differently.

Tools: The tools will be transported to near the work area by the park using their off road vehicle.  They will be transported out there Saturday morning, and won’t be coming back until Sunday night.

 
Spring 2013
Written by Jon Sundquist   
Sunday, 10 March 2013 21:22

Quite the spring weekend here in WNY recently.  I got about 10 miles of skiing in at the still heavily snow covered Sprague Brook park on Saturday and then a 45 mile road ride on Sunday!

It reminded me what a typical WNY winter the past few months have been.  Not a lot of snow in Buffalo, but lots of lake effect down south.  Last winter, with no snow and a never-frozen Lake Erie, we had an early spring and were out on the trails in no time.  This year is more typical, with the snow actually more deep than unusual at many of our favorite riding places now in early March.

With the snow gone in Buffalo and the northtowns, and the mercury hitting 60 for a day, it is even more important to remember that our riding places are all in the buckle of the snow belt, and will be sporting skiers for a while to come.  We say typically April 15 +/- is when the trails are ready in most years.  Last year it was earlier, but this year, it is looking later.  Stay tuned to the trail condition reports to find when they are ready to ride.

 
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Latest Trail Conditions

Ellicottville Conditions 07/06/14
penguin
Rode Eville today most trails in good shape with some...
Sprague Brook Conditions 08/09/14
penguin
Rode SB this afternoon- Rode one loop CCW and called...
Hunters Creek Conditions 08/27/14
Jon Sundquist
Hunters as good as it gets this week.  Come and...

See all trail conditions reports...


Events


Sat Oct 04 @10:00AM -
Ellicottville Work Day

Sat Oct 04 @10:00AM -
Take A Kid Mountain Biking Day!

Sun Oct 12 @10:00AM -
Hunters Creek Work Day

Sat Oct 18
Swain Gravel Grinder

Sat Oct 18 @10:00AM -
Ellicottville Work Day

Sun Oct 19 @10:00AM -
Sprague Brook Work Day
WNYMBA Meetup

Wed 1 Oct 5:45pm
@ Sprauge Brook Park

Sat 4 Oct 10:00am
@ Bike and Bean

Sat 4 Oct 10:00am
@ Sprauge Brook Park

Wed 8 Oct 5:45pm
@ Sprauge Brook Park

Sun 12 Oct 10:00am
@ Hunter's Creek Park North Entrance

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