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Fall Trail Work Schedule
Written by Ben Clauss   
Wednesday, 28 August 2013 14:43

The fall trail work schedule is up!  Hope to see lots of people out so we can get the trails back into top shape after a long summer of riding.  For more details check out the calendar.

9/7 - Hunters Creek

9/15 - Ellicottville

9/22 - Sprague Brook

9/28 & 9/29 - ASP weekend

10/5 - Ellicottville

10/6 - Sprague Brook

10/12 & 10/13 - Harris Hill IMBA TCC visit

10/19 - Hunters Creek

10/26 - Ellicottville



0 # twright 2013-08-29 06:24
will be great to see some wnymba faces at the IMBA training... can plan a ride after the long day , so if anyone was thinking of bringing their bikes, do so... also will be a ride sunday morning..

do we know what the focus will be for eville work days, I'd like vote to nick and deberm sidewinder, dead dog, big merlin.
0 # Jon Sundquist 2013-08-29 14:48
Projects have to be pre-approved by DEC. I believe the list of projects that Ben sent to DEC were:

Eagle Trail - There is a consistent muddy spot towards the top on an old skid road we are using. I think we should either re-route above the skid road or make some better drainage.

Yukons- Needs either some big stones or some re-routing.

Rain Trail - Needs a small re-route where there is an up-rooted tree. The hole from the uproot is leaving a dangerous area. All of Rain could use somedeberming.

Dead Dog Loop - Far end is consistently muddy.

Mesa - 2 areas of big mud holes forming.

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