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Written by Tallboy   
Thursday, 22 May 2014 18:00

Adele Wellman at Allegany State Park has advised us that park staff has managed to narrow down the list of proposed names for the 3-mile stretch of single-track WNYMBA completed in April. The final list of six names includes several candidates submitted by WNYMBA members. You can cast your vote on the park's Facebook page right up until the day before the winner is announced on June 18th. Go ahead, register your vote at www.facebook.com/alleganystatepark - here's the list:

Bobcat Single-Track - Chosen due to a Bobcat sighting there

Old Number Nine - Chosen to honor a historic trail that once led to Thunder Rocks

Thunder Run - Chosen because it uses a portion of an old trail that led to Thunder Rocks

Bear Claw - Chosen due to the park's bear population

The Grove - Chosen because the trail travels through several Hemlock Groves

Raccoon Run - Chosen because the trail will be used in the Raccoon Rally race



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July WNYMBA meeting

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@ Sprauge Brook Park

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