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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!

September Meeting

September Meeting

Be there or be sqaure

Ride at Sprague, then meet at Colden Inn @ 8 PM

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Written by Garick   
Sunday, 29 September 2013 18:57

Fall Riding doesn't get much better than this.

 

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Events


Sat Sep 20 @ 8:30AM - 05:00PM
Harris Hill Shuffle

Sun Sep 21 @10:00AM -
Ellicottville Work Day

Sat Sep 27 @10:00AM -
Ellicottville Work Day

Sun Sep 28 @10:00AM -
Hunters Creek Work Day

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

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

Sat 20 Sep 8:30am
@ Harris Hill State Forest

Sun 21 Sep 10:00am
@ Bike and Bean

Wed 24 Sep 5:45pm
@ Sprauge Brook Park

Sat 27 Sep 10:00am
@ Bike and Bean

Sun 28 Sep 10:00am
@ Hunter's Creek Park North Entrance

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