Two Great Trail Work Days This May 9-10 Weekend

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WNYMBA is hosting not one, but two, trail work days this coming weekend.

On Saturday May 9th, Jim Allen is leading a work day at Golden Hill State Park, just south of Ellicottville. The plan is to use “Travis”, WNYMBA’s Honda-powered Muck Truck, to spread some crushed rock on a wet section of trail immediately adjacent to Fire Lane Rd. Golden Hill is not nearly as well-known as Ellicottville, its’ “Big Brother” riding area just ten minutes up the road, but this out-of-the-way gem offers some great riding. It’s an excellent place to bring new riders who want to do some real woods riding, but who may not want to deal with big hills just yet. We’ll meet at Ellicottville Bike & Bean at 30 Washington St. in Ellicottville at 10:00 AM on Saturday and then caravan to Golden Hill. We supply lunch - bring your bike for an after lunch ride and discover yet another WNY riding area.

On Sunday May 10th, Ben Clauss takes over the lead at Hunter’s Creek and has a couple of really cool projects planned to improve this much-loved riding area. Ben has a post with more details a little farther down this page. Bring your Mom – it’s Mother’s Day.

A “2 for 1 BONUS WEEKEND”, brought to you by WNYMBA!

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