2017 Trail schedule

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And now, the moment you’ve all been waiting for… our Spring 2017 Trail Day Schedule! Please come lend a hand!
Saturday, April 8th – Yankee Springs Recreation Area
Saturday, April 22nd – Luton Park
Saturday, April 29th – Hammond Hill (Hastings)
Thursday, May 4th – Cannonsburg State Game Area
Saturday, May 6th – Cannonsburg Ski Area/Skills Area
Saturday, May 13th – Ionia State Recreation Area
Saturday, May 20th – Merrell Trail
Sunday, May 21st – GR Bike Park
Saturday, June 3rd – Wahlfield Park

Hurt the Dirt volunteers needed!

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At our last meeting, we heard from Mark Van Tongeren – Michigan Adventure Racing.
The WMMBA is the charity partner of the Hurt the Dirt trail race at Luton Park on April 25.
For every WMMBA member who volunteers at the race, Hurt the Dirt will contribute 1-2% of its profits to the WMMBA, up to 10%.
Plus, he always takes care of his volunteers!

Mark and MI Adventure racing has always been a great supporter, ally and friend of the WMMBA. I hope we all can get together and give some love back!

Email mark@miadventureracing.com for details viagra marche.

Luton Park closed April 26th 2014

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Attention all trail users. This Saturday April 26th there is a trail running race called Hurt the Dirt at Luton Park, staging at the Kies parking lot and utilizing the trail network from 8am-2:30pm. The trail will be closed to all other users while the event is happening. Please take advantage of great trail conditions at Merrell, the Ski Area or Cannonsburg State Game Area instead. Please spread the word to your non-Facebook friends!

New Trail Conditions Page!

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In an effort to help trail users know trail conditions before driving to the trail head, we’ve created a new “Trail Conditions” page on our website. Simply click on “Trail Conditions” under “Trails” at the top of our website or go to wmmba.org/trail-conditions/. If the trail is green you’re good to go, if it’s red stay home. We will especially be updating these during the spring thaw when trails are at their most vulnerable.

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