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Written by Tallboy   
Tuesday, 22 April 2014 08:50


Join us for WNYMBA's next meeting. Now that the trails are beginning to dry out, you can ride first at nearly Sprague Brook Park and then head over afterwards for some great pub food and the beverage of your choice.

WHERE - The Colden Inn - Beautiful Downtown Colden, NY.

WHEN - 8:00 PM, Wednesday May 14th.

WHAT - There's lots going on. The meeting will fall smack-dab in the middle of the May 5th-18th voting period for the East Coast "BellBuilt" grant finalists and we'll be able to update you on where we stand against our competitors from Atlanta, Bristol, TN and Richmond, VA. Our spring trail work schedule is well underway and we'll have a re-cap of our Bike Swap and updates on future plans as well.

Bell Built Preview
Written by Administrator   
Sunday, 30 March 2014 20:47

This is only a preview if we get the grant!  We won't get the grant unless you vote.  Voting starts May 5.  Only one East Coast winner.  Project with the most votes gets the whole thing.  Loser gets nothing.  Vote!!!

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Great Success with the WNY Mountain Bike 2014 Spring Kickoff Party
Written by Event Guy   
Friday, 21 March 2014 16:41

We had almost 100 people attend our Spring Kickoff Social Party at Tom's Bike Shop.

It was a fun format.  First, Tom fed us great food and beverages, and we just socialized.  Then we had a bunch of 5 minute talks about upcoming events.  We gave out over $500 in prizes to trivia questions.

It was a good time had by all.  Thanks to WNYMBA and Tom's Pro Bike Shop for hosting the event.  Also thanks to the Buffalo Outdoors Meetup and WNY Mountain Bike Meetup for helping out and providing the people.

You can check out photos of the event here.

Thanks for everyone's help.

Written by Tallboy   
Thursday, 20 March 2014 14:17


Join Cycle-CNY as they welcome the Subaru/IMBA Trail Care Crew to the Finger Lakes Region and learn what it takes to build sweet, sustainable singletrack!


The Trail Care Crew is IMBA's grassroots educational program and an authority on sustainable trail building practices.  Cycle-CNY will host free public events anchored around IMBA's highly-respected Trail Building School, during which the IMBA professional trail experts teach sustainable trail building practices.  In addition to the classroom training, participants will also receive hands-on training as we build a new mile of trail in Shindagin Hollow State Forest, near Ithaca, NY.


Saturday, May 31


9am-12 — IMBA Trail Design Classroom Workshop

Cornell University, Vet Research Tower, Lecture Room III, 618 Tower Road, Ithaca, NY 14853


1pm-5 — IMBA Trail Design and Construction Field Work

Shindagin Hollow State Forest, 252 Bald Hill School Road, Brooktondale, NY 14817


Lunch provided at Shindagin Hollow project trailhead for all workshop attendees!  Free raffle items donated from our event sponsors!  Please register on the IMBA website for these free events!


Come and meet the Trail Care Crew!  Join us on Friday 5/30 from 5pm-8pm for a social event and BBQ at Cayuga Ski & Cyclery, 624 West State Street, Ithaca, NY.


Up to date event information can be found at www.cycle-cny.com.


It's Official - Bell Helmets Announces the Finalists
Written by Jon Sundquist   
Wednesday, 12 March 2014 21:06

Check it out on Facebook. All you facebookers get out there and talk up WNYMBA's entry!

Voting Starts May 5 for the Eastern Region.

Nice to be On The Map!

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