With the recent snow and wet weather it looks like the traditional riding season is at least on hold, if not over. Two to four inches of heavy wet snow fell on Friday. Riding the trails at this time [even on a fat bike] could cause damage. The trails are not frozen, the temperatures [..Read more]
Month: October 2017
It’s that time of year – the leaves are rapidly falling and will soon be mostly down. CAMBA has been experimenting the last couple of years blowing leaves off the singletrack trails in both the spring and the fall. Our reasons are simple, but may not be apparent to the average rider. Of course removing [..Read more]
At CAMBA’s annual meeting on October 6, Ben Welnak and Tim Louis were elected to the CAMBA Board of Directors. A slate of four candidates offered their services to the CAMBA board – a solid group and a good endorsement of the our membership’s interest in our organization. The annual meeting was well attended with [..Read more]
The trails are very wet today. Please do not ride the trails.
Due to the anticipated rainfall overnight and throughout the morning, CAMBA’s 25th anniversary celebration scheduled for Saturday, October 7 has been cancelled. In consideration of the trails, the rides scheduled for Saturday morning will not take place. CAMBA will announce any plans to reschedule the bike park dedication and 25th anniversary celebration at a later [..Read more]
Please be aware that over several hundred middle and high school racers will be on the CAMBA and Birkie Trails from OO south on Saturday (practice) and Sunday (race) this weekend. Race courses will be closed to the public during the following times: Saturday: 1:00 pm- 5 pm; Sunday: 7:30am- approximately 2:00 pm. The following [..Read more]
Commemorative Event to be held Saturday, October 7 The Chequamegon Area Mountain Bike Association (CAMBA) will observe its 25th year as the region’s leading trail advocacy organization in a casual gathering on Saturday, October 7 at Hatchery Creek Park in Hayward. The event will get under way at 10:00 a.m. with a brief dedication of [..Read more]