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Hunters Creek Work Day
Sunday, April 06, 2014, 10:00am - 05:00pm
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Come join us for trail work at Hunters Creek.  We will be meeting at 10am at the Hunters Creek Rd parking lot.  Bring yourselves, gloves, appropriate clothing, and some water.  WNYMBA will provide tools and lunch.  If the weather cooperates we will conduct a group ride after lunch.

We'll be working on the purple trail near the Hunters Creek Rd parking lot.  We've already cleared the over grown sections of the trail and completed a few reroutes. Nest up is the area where the trail leaves the main creek and follows the western boarder of the park straight up the fall line.  We'll be working on a third reroute that will add in a nice bench cut to replace another section of fall line trail.  Again, we'll be making the trail a little longer for more great riding, but I also think we can work in at least one sweet banked turn at the bottom of the bench cut.

I hope to see you all there!

Location : Hunters Creek Park, Hunters Creek Rd. Parking Lot
Contact : Ben Clauss This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it 348-4770

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