Friday, June 5 includes a land manager session, free to any land manager, tourism professional, or planner. The training runs from 11-3 and lunch is included.
Saturday is the IMBA Trail Building School, starting at 9 am. This is free to all attendees and lunch is provided! Come dressed to work.
There will be a group ride on Sunday and other riding opportunities throughout the weekend. Please see the registration page for more details and please register!
Register online at –Â https://events.clearthunder.com/IMBCS2015
Not racing, but want to be involved? Be a VOLUNTEER!
email LAMBA07@gmail.com to help with the following:
Timing / Registration / Race Setup / Course Marshalls
Every year the same thing happens, folks jonesing for dirt get on out into the dirt a little before conditions are ideal…
Please be patient, natural processes will soon allow for dry trails, riding before then will make the trails extremely rough / not fun and require volunteer time and energy to repair… trust me, LAMBA volunteers have some really fun things planned for this season!
Here’s last years post about the very same topic –Â http://lambaonline.org/2014/03/27/let-the-frost-out/
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Ah winter riding, such a conundrum when it comes to hitting the dirt. Itâ€™s not an exact science due to multiple factors (i.e. soil type, moisture content, grades, temperature, sun exposure, leaf cover, etc.) therefore black & white steadfast rules donâ€™t really exist, itâ€™s ultimately up to the best (and hopefully educated) judgment of each trail user. Do know this… if you’reÂ leaving an impression on the trail more than a half inch deep, you are causing problems that will require volunteer time and attention; not cool. People want to get out on the trails, a good thing! However, we address this problem every spring, throughout the “normal” riding season, and now in the winter… I could go on and on, but wonâ€™t. Instead, check out this regionally similar post with more details, it is one of the better / more accurate ones Iâ€™ve come across. And here is another from our FORC’n Quad Cities friends, who are awesome. Thank for reading and clicking every single link Ken, the LAMBA guy who is really into trails
LAMBA will be hosting an event as part of IMBA’s National Take A Kid Mountain Biking Day. The purpose of this event is to get kids introduced to mountain biking as a good way to get outside and be active.
So, bring yourselves, your kids, their bikes and helmets to Squaw Creek Park in Marion, IA for some information, some skills clinics, and a guided trail ride on our newest trail.
We’ll be at the Meadowlark Shelter at Squaw Creek Park in Marion, IA.
All participants must wear a helmet. Training wheels are not recommended.
Only the new green trail is open for this event-all other trails at Squaw Creek are closed as of October 1.Â
Check out Volume 1, Issue 1 of the dirt., LAMBA Fall News!Â Highlights:
We welcome content and suggestions for our Winter Edition, Issue 2.Â Please send any comments or feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org.
LAMBA members have been sighted around town, at events like Meet Me at the Market and at the top of Mount Trashmore (aka the landfill), in addition to the local singletrack, and some not so local trails. Here are a few of our favorite pictures.