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**PLEASE READ THESE GROUP RIDE GUIDELINES: CIMBA Group Ride Guidelines

To help Lead Rides or for Ride information: mailto:rides@CIMBArides.org

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What to Expect and What to Bring to a Trail Work Party!

 What to Expect:  We typically meet at 9:30am at the trailhead of the day.  For trails a little further out of town, we will meet at a central spot to arrange for carpools for those interested.  We usually work until 3:00 in the afternoon with breaks throughout.  The work varies from trail to trail. Sometimes we’ll be working on the tread, digging, scraping, re-shaping, and compacting.  We’ll also look for places where we can reshape the tread to aid in water drainage.  Trail maintenance also includes brushing and limbing in some areas and occasionally building features using rock or building bridges. Working together like this can really be a lot of fun and is very rewarding.

What to Bring:

Minimal Gear

  • Clothing suitable for being in the mountains all day
  • Sturdy Boots or Shoes
  • Work/Gardening Gloves
  • Sunscreen/Hat/Sunglasses
  • Water
  • Lunch
  • Great Attitude and a Smile!

Due to mountain weather changes a rain jacket and a warm layer are always good to have. At some work parties we may provide snacks at the trailhead, but you should always have some water and food with you.  Sometimes we do get a chance to ride what we have worked on so we’ll let you know what days to bring your bikes!

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