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Easily Network with other riders in the new WNY Mountain Bike Meetup
Written by Leapingdog   
Monday, 18 February 2013 10:49


Easily network with riders, create new events, and meet new riders with the WNYMBA's new meetup page.

The new Meetup.com site has been setup for mountain biking in WNY, and there is hope that this will attract many new members to join WNYMBA.

The Rochester, NY mountain bike club (GROC) has set up a similar account and has attracted 293 trail lovers, and Hamilton Trail Blazers now have 281 people.

 

It takes at least a few months to get to a critical mass of new members, before the membership takes off, so it would be very helpful if WNYMBA club members would join.

The cost is free and you can either create a new account or sign up with one click using your FaceBook account.

 

Please consider signing up and helping out with this new WNYMBA initiative.  Use your real name if you feel comfortable doing so.

 

 

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0 # LeapingDog 2013-02-19 00:15
New members from outside the club have registered for the club's new meetup site.

WNYMBA members should sign up as well, to get in the network.
 

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