The After Party A fund raiser for the CAMBA winter bike trails The Chequamegon Area Mountain Bike Association (CAMBA) and its winter biking committee CAMBA-FAT will host a special fund raising event – The After Party – on Saturday March 10 at the Sawmill Saloon in Seeley. The After Party immediately follows the annual Fat [..Read more]
The Seeley Big Fat was a great success. Our groomers, Jeff Schmid and Tom Gaier spent 15 hours preparing the trail, and it paid off. We had 65 registrations, a more than 50% increase from last year. Even with the higher than normal grooming costs, we netted over $2,300 from the event. Thank you to [..Read more]
Temperatures look good for a great race on Saturday: below freezing overnight and barely rising to 32 by mid day. The course has been well packed and groomed and is good and firm. We are looking forward to a great day & hope you can join us.
Check out the latest Winter Trail Grooming Report.
We had 5 inches of snow in Hayward on Monday, and another 2 inches on Wednesday. Cable has about 8 inches, but it is reportedly very dry and won’t set up a good base until after we get some warmer weather. The Hayward situation is better in that the first snow was rather wet, so [..Read more]
Until further notice, the Wild River Trail along the old railroad grade is closed just south of the river. The trail crosses private land and the land owner does not wish to have bikes or pedestrians on the property. You may ride or walk from Cty Hwy M to the river and back, but not [..Read more]
Trail Conditions Update – 11/14/17 The cold temps over the past couple of weeks helped sufficiently freeze the ground to permit riding without potential damage. The forecast for the short term calls for warming, rain and snow – so riders will continue to need to exercise good judgement when deciding to ride. It should be [..Read more]
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.