It is almost time for our third annual WMBA Meet & Greet held at the upper lot at Sprain Ridge Park. Same agenda as last year. We will ride eat and drink, all for free. Feel free to bring some items to throw on the grill if you want, and we’ll always be happy if someone brings a craft brew to taste test.
Hoping to meet some new faces and catch up with anyone we haven’t seen in a while.
This sounds dangerous to not only our health and welfare, but also our beloved Blue Mountain Park! Please read and help by signing the petition.
(map of proposal) http://www.gmapgis.com/index.htm?K0JR3nI87A.gmp
Check out a brief expose on our friends just up the line from us. Looks like they got da goods!!
Mt. Beacon video…
Mtn. biking is about community, and riding with your buds. Who doesn’t enjoy a good group ride? We are trying to help promote these types of rides so please check out our events/calendar page for posted ride info, and check the Group Rides page if you want to suggest a ride or have a ride you are hosting and want it posted to our calendar.
morning of the WMBA 2014 FTF just getting underway…
Well, the big event has come, and gone again for this year. It seems to happen so fast doesn’t it? The weather was superb, conditions and riding couldn’t be better, entertainment and food was top-notch, and the fun factor definitely went to 11 for this one.
Big thanks to the WMBA crew and all the volunteers who make this happen. (It doesn’t happen on it’s own you know.) Tremendous shout out to all the sponsors and bike co’s who without them, this fest wouldn’t be half as awesome as it is.
We’ll be updating pics and such at our photos page, as well as the Facebook page so keep in touch and keep being awesome.
Please click here to go to the event page for event updates, ride schedules, demo info, etc.
UPDATE: Schedule has been posted here
Once again we are proud to announce the premier race in the Jamis H2@H race series, the annual WMBA Chainstretcher!
Come get some! Register here: https://www.bikereg.com/22304
I know we’re all anxious to get back out there on the trails, but we ask to restrain yourselves for just a little bit until the trails fully dry and harden up after the thaw. Please see the article below for reference why we don’t ride muddy trails.
If your bike looks like below, you’re pretty much an asshole– Don’t be an asshole.
Hastings Velo is holding a Trail Maintenance Day at Graham Hills
Saturday November 16, 2013 9-11am
Come on out and lend a hand! Give back to the trails you love so much!