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Need Volunteers for Holimont Bike Sale
Written by Teej   
Tuesday, 16 April 2013 14:41




TJ is looking for volunteers to help at the WNYMBA booth at Holimont to spread the good word of our club, attract new membership and talk about our amazing EVL Epic Trail Network! PLEASE RSVP ONLY IF YOU ARE COMING TO HELP ME AT THE WNYMBA BOOTH. All club members and non are invited to attend if you want to score a deal on some bike and ski goods. TJ will most likely being hanging out in town (EVL) and having some beverages and good food after. All are welcome to come hang and discuss your bike and love for the trails.

Saturday, April 27, 2013 (one day only)

HoliMont Main Chalet – Sunset Room/Slopeside Snowsports

9:00 am to 5:00 pm

up to 70% off on ski and bike clothing and accessories

up to 50% off on new and used skis and bikes

everything must go!!

WNYMBA Member’s – get an additional 10%

From Holimont:

"I would like to invite WNYMBA to our ski and bike sale April 27 (see attached flyer). If you would like to setup a booth with information on memberships, bike trails, upcoming events and trial work projects then we have space for you in our main chalet. The cost is free!

We are offering an additional 10% off all of our sale prices for any of your members that show up for the sale. All they have to do is show their current membership card.

We'll have on sale all of our Rocky Mountain rental and demo bikes, bike clothes, shoes, accessories and parts.

Unfortunately we will not be operating our bike rental shop this summer. This is due to construction of the Westmont Project where our bike trails where located. They will be putting in new roads, services and utilities to recently sold building sites in that area.

So everything must go! We will be selling ski and snowsport product as well; cross over product will include gloves, socks, sunglasses, helmet liners and base layers."

Thank You Holimont for the invite!


Holimont Ski Resort

6921 NY Route 242, EllicottvilleNY


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trails on NY PAstate line
Friday, 22 March 2013 11:48
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For your members in southern Chaut. Co. there is a nice 10 mile loop of flat to rolling single and double track trails that are in the forest surround Howard Eaton Res. on Rt.426 between Findly Lake NY and North East Pa. contact Lake Country Bike 8147251338 for a guide
Jakes Rocks Project Update
Tuesday, 12 February 2013 14:37
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IMBA\'s Mid Atlantic regional Director had a meeting with some of the folks from the Allegeny National Forest yesterday. The main take away is that... the project is alive and moving forward (kind of like me getting up Eagle,,maybe not as quick as you\'ll would like, but it\'s getting there. Frank feels things are very promising. The PKP, ANF and a few colleges feel confident that the NEPA study will be accomplished in due time.

Some of the decision makers at the ANF out of the Bradford Regional office affirmed their commitment to the project and are going to work with IMBA to secure the Recreational Trail Funds from the State for the Construction. Because of the deadlines, they suggested that the application goes in this Spring,(although it\'s unlikely to pass this first time since not every requirement is met, (the NEPA)). But that it will rise to the top for the following year as a high priority project. The ANF rep stated that on at least two occasions he has discussed the project with Rep. Thompson, who had also expressed his support for the project.

So what does all this mean? They will be going after 3/4 of the funds needed for phase 1. The rest hopefully will come from local and regional sources. Phase 1 trails will be up around Jake\'s Rocks,as well as a trail down to Dew Drop campground and connecting up to Kinzua Point. Approx. 18 miles of machine built (with some hand tool finishing) going through some of the most impressive rock formations that area has to offer. At least one (bike only gravityish) trail will likely be completed in this phase as well.
The most realistic time frame would be start construction in Spring 2015.... and it\'s conceivable that this first phase could be completed in one build season and have some significant Fall riding time.

We Southerner folk will continue to keep you\'ll updated. and remember.. wait for me at the top of Eagle...I\'ll get there sooner or later...
Written by Sliders Guy   
Friday, 14 December 2012 11:31
Vintage Bike SHop
In an effort to build good working relationships with area bike shops, WNYMBA has developed a package to benefit both retailer and the club. We are looking for volunteers to present this program to their favorite local shop. Please email Sliders Guy:  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it for more information. We have a lot on our plate for next year. Increased membership and support will help us get it done. Thank you.
Top 10 Things About Working With Rock To Reinforce MTB Trails
Written by Jim Allen   
Saturday, 20 November 2010 13:20

10. Your co-workers are too exhausted to ride farther or faster than you when everyone finally puts down the shovels.

9.   You get to play with big trucks in the woods just like childhood.

8.   Running that wheelbarrow through the woods and a half-mile down the trail makes you very happy that you sit in an office every day.


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