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Help Wanted - 2014 WNYMBA Race Director
Written by Ben Clauss   
Sunday, 10 February 2013 16:49

After years of hard work and well run events, our race directors are stepping down after the 2013 season.  Thanks to their efforts we have a well established race program in place and we need your help to continue its success.

This is the opportunity you've been waiting for.  Our race directors have a wealth of information to pass along and are willing to help out with race promotion here and there as their schedule permits.  Depending on your interest, you can take over the whole program, just run one event, or anything in between.  We encourage you to get involved this season so that you can learn the ropes while working with our current race directors.  Please consider becoming involved in any way you can.

If you are interested in taking over as WNYMBA race director for 2014 please contact:

Ben Clauss at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or Scott Jeziorski at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

We will also be discussing this at our next meeting. 

We are excited to see what the future brings for the WNYMBA race program.  This is your chance to get involved and help make the future of mountain bike racing in WNY great.  The WNYMBA Race Program is an essential part of the club not only providing exposure for the club and the trails that they have built and maintain but generating funds that ultimately get put back into the trails we all ride.

 

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0 # fat guy 2013-02-12 06:23
Bummer.
 

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