Do your part and pitch in…
Thursday, May 23rd we will be doing trail work on Forbidden Fruit. We’ll leave the Adam’s Gulch Trailhead at 5:30 pm. Bring a lawn rake if you have one. We can ride in, but have clothing, shoes, and gloves to work in. Bring water. We’ll be back to the trailhead at 8pm and head to Wiseguy’s from there.
Join the Wood River Bike Coalition and Mountain Rides in the National Bike Challenge. The National Bike Challenge is a health and wellness initiative from the League of American Bicyclists. Participants will track their bike mileage from May 1 to September 30 and qualify for monthly prize drawings. Every time you get on your bike the miles count–trips to grocery store, commuting, mountain bike riding, Sheeptown Drag Races, etc.
On average, about a third of all car trips are one mile or less—a distance easily covered by bicycle. Biking reduces emissions, fuel expenses and car maintenance. Be a part of the National Bike Challenge to save on transportation expenses, improve health, protect the environment and have fun!
In 2012 over 30,000 participants rode 12 million miles for the National Bike Challenge. This year the goal is for 50,000 participants. Join this free and easy challenge by logging your miles ridden.
Join our local effort by signing up under team “Blaine County”. nationalbikechallenge.org