A red pine thinning/harvest is underway on Makwa just north of Gravel Pit Road. The trail is closed from the access point on Gravel Pit Road to the north to the Birkie Trail. Use the Birkie Trail to avoid the active logging area. Be aware of equipment and harvesting activity when in the area.
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]
Fund raising campaign underway The Chequamegon Area Mountain Bike Association (CAMBA) has been the leading cycling advocacy organization in northwest Wisconsin for the past 25 years, developing a solid infrastructure of off-road mountain bike trails of varying levels of difficulty across a very wide region. “As successful as CAMBA has been,” notes executive director Ron [..Read more]
CAMBA’s annual fund raising gala, Boogie in the Barn, will return to the Sylvandale Barn on N. Round Lake School Road near Hayward on Saturday, August 19. The gala has become the mountain bike social event of the season and a major fund raiser to support CAMBA’s trail development and maintenance efforts. Tickets are $45 [..Read more]
CAMBA’s next big event, the Longass Ride, will take place on July 15. This non-competitive event will tour the trails between Hayward and Cable with a trail lunch at the OO Trailhead. The day will wrap up with Old Southern barbecue and Angry Minnow beer at the Tin Roof Barn in Cable. If you are [..Read more]
Over the past several years a new system of mountain bike trails has been slowing growing in the Bayfield County Forest on the south side of Mt. Ashwabay near Bayfield. The trail system is poised to make a major leap forward as it launches into its third and most significant phase. In 2011 the Chequamegon [..Read more]