Grand Rapids, MI 49503
The Score Bar and Grill is launching their new “Craft Beer” line and will be tapping 120 craft beers and they would like us to help out on their new venture.
So, for one night only, they will be giving back 10% of everything they sell to the WMMBA!
All we have to do is show up, have some good food and maybe a craft beer(or so) and they will be giving back to us!
To make sure we are hungry and thirsty we will be meeting beforehand at the Cannonsburg Ski Area Trail (WMMBA) for a group ride around 5:30PM.
We’ll have a nice ride and head over to the Score for fun, food and craft beer!
Help the WMMBA ring in 2013 with the “Hair of the Dog Ride”
January 1st 2013 @ 12 pm
from Rosa Parks Circle
What: No drop, everybody sticks together, urban singletrack, side roads, alleys, Cobbled Hill races, traffic circle stuff, a fun ride around Grand Rapids. Traffic rules are in play, helmets, mountain or cross bikes, blinkys, locks, proper dress for the weather & a good attitude are required. Renown ride leader is “Jeff Jacobi”, he needs to remain the ride leader. Anybody that passes the ride leader will be shot…or, have to drink a shot, we haven’t decided yet. No kiddin, ya pass, ya lose because there are tons of twists and turns that would be hard to figure out.
Where: Rosa Parks Circle ~ Park near the Hop Cat and ride on over to RPC.
When: 01 January 2013 ~ Wheels roll at noon – ride will finish @ The Hop Cat around 2pm or so, depending on weather & what the group wants to do.
Bring: Mountain or Cross bike, lock, cash for the inevitable watering hole stops, yourself, your friends and your sense of adventure.
Donations: Please! Bring an easy open canned food item(s) to distribute at the homeless camp during the ride. Bring a lot! We’ll have a bob trailer. Feel free to add warm clothing (coat, gloves, socks) to the donation as well.
Scheduled stops: The Point Bar ~ Homeless Camp ~ Quinn & Tuites ~ Hill Challenges ~ Finish at HopCat.
Yes, you heard that correctly. After countless volunteer hours, donations of pizza and beer from local bike shops, financial support from members and organizations, and great leadership in the hands of a few….Merrell is now open for riding. So, grab your bike and your friends and head on out. This is a bi-directional trail, one way only, which changes depending on the day of the week so read below and watch for the signage.
Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday – Follow the yellow directional arrows.
Sunday, Monday, Wednesday, Friday – Follow the Red directional arrows.