On Saturday, October 5th SORBA-CSRA, National Mountain Bike Patrol (NMBP) together with Chain Reaction Cycling will host young riders, ages 6 to 16+, for a youth mountain biking event on the Bartram Trail from the Lake Springs area at Thurmond Lake.
The ride is part of a nationwide celebration known as Take a Kid Mountain Biking Day developed by the International Mountain Bicycling Association (IMBA).
SORBA-CSRA welcomes all riders and their families who want to have a fun day on their bikes and help bring up the next generation of mountain bikers! This event can be fun for the whole family. Come out and enjoy the Great Outdoors!
Cost: There is not a cost for the actual event as it is provided by SORBA CSRA and Chain Reaction Bicycles. There is a small ($4) fee per car to enter the Lake Springs area.
What you need to bring: Bike; Helmet; Water; Sunscreen; bug spray...Desire to have fun!
Start Time & Location: 9:00 am - follow the signs once you are on the Lake Springs Road (more details to follow)
Agenda: 9:00 - Onsite registration opens, quick bike checks, safety & rules of the trail preview 10:00 - Rides begin (there will be rides of different lengths with leaders and sweeps for each groups) Cookout after the rides!!
Spread the word this will be a great opportunity to get the kids out for a fun day of cycling!
For More Info: Email questions to email@example.com
Don't forget to sign up for Take a Kid Mountain Biking Day (next Saturday, October 5th). We need a count so we can plan for the cookout afterward. This is a great opportunity to bring the whole family out for a ride, we will have rides of varying lengths and plenty of help to help the day be a lot of fun
This is a free event - spread the word bring out your Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts, Brownies, Girl Scouts, church class!
The Georgia game for the coming weekend is an away game in Tennessee that starts at 3:30pm so plenty of time to take the family out for a bike ride on Take a Kid Mountain Biking Day AND get back in time to watch the game!
Saturday 10/05/13 Volunteers at Tennessee Knoxville, TN 3:30 p.m. ET CBS
Post by dsquaredmsquared on Oct 1, 2013 12:56:21 GMT -5
The Army Corps of Engineers will be able to keep their facilities open during the government shutdown (at least for the near term). Therefore, Take a Kid Mountain Biking Day will be unaffected. In fact, FATS is closed during the shutdown, so grab your kid and spend some quality time with them on Bartram Trail.
Do you enjoy our trails?
If so, can you volunteer 5 hours for trail work in 2015 or, if you're too busy, donate $50 to SORBAcsra?