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TRCA East Duffins Headwaters Update: Wed. Nov. 19


You are invited to the TRCA's semi-annual public update on the East Duffin's Headwaters properties on Wed. Nov. 19, 7-9pm at the Goodwood Hall in Goodwood on Hwy 47 at Goodwood Rd.

This has been a busy year and there is a lot to report including the work done in the EDH and many things that are new concerning Pleasure Valley, connections to Dagmar, other property items and what will be our focus in 2015.  The DMBA will be briefly overviewing our plans to build 10+km of single track in the Dagmar Tract in 2015.

Just When You Thought It Was Time to Put Away the Bike

Snow is coming and Fat Bikes are here to stay. To embrace this new phenomena, we will be posting Saturday and Sunday morning Fat Bike rides throughout the winter months. All skill levels are welcome. So, come on out and have a great time. If biking in the winter is not your thing, Wednesday or Thursday nights will be snowshoe nights to pack down the bike trails. So, we all can stay in shape this winter, one way or the other. Reply to this message if you are interested in being on the trail crew for packing trails.

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DMBA YMBA Annual General Meeting Sat. Nov. 22 2014

DMBA Members

You are invited! Mark your calendars and come out to our Annual General Meeting on Saturday Nov. 22nd 9.30am. The meeting will be held in the second floor meeting room at the Zehrs in Uxbridge (323 Toronto St S, Uxbridge, ON L9P 1R3)
Following the meeting, weather permitting come out for a group ride at Durham forest.

Meeting 9.30am-11.30am. At the meeting we will review the activities of the past year, get feedback from the membership, refresh our Board of Directors and share some plans for the coming year.

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Parks Canada Wants Your Feedback

Parks Canada wants your feedback on the inclusion of mountain biking in the proposed Rouge National Urban Park. The deadline for completing the survey is October 31, 2014.

1.5 Km of Single Track Added to Durham Forest

Thank you to all volunteers who came out to make Saturday’s trail build, in Durham Forest, such a huge success. By the end of the event, there were 113 people who had signed in to take part. That is a DMBA attendance record.

The two trail segments built, (Big Butter and Baby Butter) are approximately 1.5 km in length and contain a good deal of variety.