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5 years 8 months ago #43511 by TJ_Zydel
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anyone?!

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5 years 9 months ago #43254 by TJ_Zydel
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Not everyone will be driving down to allegheny to work on the new trail. I hope many do...but that being said, working with HV and working on the race loop should be a priority. There should be more partnering and growth in that area. We just need someone to work the project and stay on top of it.

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5 years 9 months ago #43244 by Jon Sundquist
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There was a bunch of work as you mention, but I don't think it was a scheduled WNYMBA work day - just a pick-up work day among racers. Not that it matters. Whatever.

As for spring - Allegany is the big project. There will be a big push on this which probably will take up a significant part of the spring trail days.

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5 years 9 months ago #43243 by The Todd-ler
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Jon Sundquist wrote: ...Note: as for plans. WNYMBA has never done any work on HV property - Bo and the race folks have handled that, which has worked out great. But there's nothing to stop bringing some of WNYMBA's knowledge of sustainable trail building to this area for a new section.


We put in a ton of rock right up to the race loop 2 Autumns ago (section between race loop and Rain trail). Plumber Joe, Mike N. and a few others put a ton of rock into the top of the race loop 3 seasons ago (making a used to be crappy section good). HV let us use ATVs and paid for the stone that day. They are into it-want our help I believe. We need to set up trail days for the race loop this spring. What are the major projects planned for the spring? Nothing too pressing since Mesa is done- and FANTASTIC, may I say.

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5 years 11 months ago #42998 by TJ_Zydel
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Scottish wrote: There just has to be advance notice when this is going to happen please. Unfortunately some of us work 6-7 days a week and need to schedule.


wnymba always gives months advance notice for all trail days and events. all members receive reminder emails weekly about what is coming up that week and the next. we also discuss all events and planning at monthly meetings. all information is posted on the front page as articles and is on the calendar. i encourage everyone to be proactive and check out the details every month so they can plan in advance. good stuff!

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5 years 11 months ago #42989 by Garick
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holiday valley has plenty of money...

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