DMBA Helping Out at Harold Town

On Monday evening, 3 members of the DMBA travelled to Peterborough to help the local mountain bike club to do trail work at Harold Town Conservation Area. The Peterborough club was very appreciative for our help. Hopefully, this is the beginning of a informal partnership between the two clubs. The Harold Town club has done an excellent job of building a riding destination that was recognized last year in Canadian Cyclist Magazine as being one of the top ten new riding destinations in Canada. We are indeed very fortunate that these trails are within an easy drive from our homes.

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Renegade Signage Removed from Skyloft Connector

An freelance sign was installed at the top of the new Skyloft Connector trail.

The sign has been removed, since all signage, trail maintenance, trail repairs and building in Durham Forest needs the express permission of Lake Simcoe Region Conservation Authority (LSRCA).

In any case, LSRCA built the trail, so they get to officially name it. In the meantime, call it what you will, but maybe Skyloft Connector will have to do. It is, after all, a mult-use trail, not expressly built for mountain bikes.

Ladies Tail Gate Party!

After the Ladies ride monday night there was a Tail Gate Party, with cold lemon aid.  A cheerful refreshing time for all!

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Trails and Ales - Durham Edition

This is a fun and charitable event, so come on out and give your support while having fun!


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