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February 9, 2018 9:37 pm
As of Thursday evening O-hill Perimeter trail was nice and dry but newer reroute section by fence very muddy and Fontaine RTF a bit muddy.
February 7, 2018 2:47 pm
Just an FYI, the gravel/dirt roads out Free union way (Fox mtn, clark, Ballards mill, and Wesley chapel) were extremely muddy and soft last night...
February 6, 2018 1:15 am
Trails are going to be wet for a while. We received a couple inches of rain/sleet recently, and air temperatures are not promoting evaporation. Freeze...
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TrailworkMar24SatApr7SatApr21Sat8:30 am Monthly CAMBC Workday @ TBD (usually CAMBC shed)Monthly CAMBC Workday @ TBD (usually CAMBC shed)Apr 21 @ 8:30 am – 12:00 pmEvery third Saturday of the month CAMBC plans trailwork in the Area. Location TBD. Save the date and watch for emails.Bring:Work GlovesSturdy FootwearWaterInsect RepellentLong pants/sleeves are...May5SatMay19Sat8:30 am Monthly CAMBC Workday @ TBD (usually CAMBC shed)Monthly CAMBC Workday @ TBD (usually CAMBC shed)May 19 @ 8:30 am – 12:00 pmEvery third Saturday of the month CAMBC plans trailwork in the Area. Location TBD. Save the date and watch for emails.Bring:Work GlovesSturdy FootwearWaterInsect RepellentLong pants/sleeves are...Jun2SatJun16Sat8:30 am Monthly CAMBC Workday @ TBD (usually CAMBC shed)Monthly CAMBC Workday @ TBD (usually CAMBC shed)Jun 16 @ 8:30 am – 12:00 pmEvery third Saturday of the month CAMBC plans trailwork in the Area. Location TBD. Save the date and watch for emails.Bring:Work GlovesSturdy FootwearWaterInsect RepellentLong pants/sleeves are...Jul7SatJul21Sat8:30 am Monthly CAMBC Workday @ TBD (usually CAMBC shed)Monthly CAMBC Workday @ TBD (usually CAMBC shed)Jul 21 @ 8:30 am – 12:00 pm
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You might know that the City of Charlottesville has a new Safe Routes to School program, coordinated by our own Kyle Rodland. The city actually owns about 50-60 bikes that Kyle intends to repair and utilize for bike riding safety programming at local schools. How cool is that? Here’s where we come in. Those bikes need repair. So, we’re planning a huge party at Champion Brewery on February 24 to fix those bikes and have a beer to celebrate. Mark your calendar and come contribute to a great program that gets more kids out of cars and onto bicycles!!! Here … Continue reading
CAMBC is hosting another Take a Kid Mountain Biking event this Saturday before the Paranormal Race! There will be various stations set up for the Kids to practice and learn on and a ton of fun stuff to do while they ride! Appropriate forkids under the age of 12, including a strider course! It all kicks off at 1pm on Saturday at the Paranormal field and will culminate in an optionalKids race at 3pm! You can register for the Kid‘s race at the event on Saturday from 1-2:45pm and get more information about all the events HERE. If there is … Continue reading
The kids from the Cutaway team are at it again! Twice a year, coach Joe Hoskins brings his crew of young racers (and their parents) out to help CAMBC maintain local trails. The kids learn the importance of proper trail design, how to prevent erosion damage, and how to keep the trails in top shape for years to come. This fall, their project was at the top of O-Hill. Clearing back invasive brush and building water drainage features were the tasks for the day. In total, 20 kids and their parents showed up, and gave some very old trails a … Continue reading
CAMBC, Rivanna Trails Foundation, and Charlottesville Area Trailrunners have delivered a letter to Mr. Brian Daly of the City of Charlottesville Parks and Recreation Department to endorse a shared use plan for Ragged Mountain access. “Option E” is one of several plans on the table for future of Ragged Mountain. This is the only viable plan that allows shared trail access within the park. For more information about the options that will be presented to City Council, please visit: http://www.charlottesville.org/departments-and-services/departments-h-z/parks-recreation-/parks-trails/city-parks/ragged-mountain
Come help us celebrate the first annual spring edition of TKMBD. The second Saturday in June is the official ride date, designated by the U.S. Congress.IMBA’s Take A Kid Mountain Biking Day strives to encourage communities in the U.S.A. and around the world to join together and ride mountain bikes with kids. Last year over 15,000 kids and family members participated in 150+ community events in the U.S. Several events were registered in other countries including: Italy, Australia, South Africa, Canada, Malaysia, and Mexico. You, your family or your company are encouraged to join the fun and participate in IMBA’s … Continue reading
On April 23rd, Travis Book and Devil’s Backbone are throwing another party to benefit CAMBC. Great music, great beer, and mountain bike rides. 2016 Bluegrass, Bikes, and Beer is coming April 23rd!! Devils Backbone has donated beer, and Travis Book has lined up some great entertainment. We will be selling collectible steel pint cups for $20. With this cup, you also get 3 beer tickets. All proceeds go to CAMBC, and our local trail building efforts. Here is the schedule of events: 10AM: Group Ride leaves from Sherando Lake State Park. 12PM: Group Ride at Devils Backbone 2PM-6PM: Music, Beer, … Continue reading
CAMBC outgrew our trusty little tool trailer. We’ve bought an enormous shed to store our tools, house a workbench, and store all the gear we use for area riding events. We even have some awesome neighbors! The Rivanna Trail Foundation’s tool shed is right next door, so we can easily gear up for joint RTF/CAMBC trail work days. This new shed will help us keep our gear organized and in top condition. It will help us grow our tool inventory as our local trail networks expand, including larger tools like wheelbarrows. It will eventually serve as a great meeting spot for … Continue reading
Please join us for trailwork on Nov. 14th!!! Most people familiar with O-Hill are aware of the trail on the cliff above the highway. It is a trail that developed as an offshoot from the Rivanna Trail near Fontaine. These types of “social trails” develop when existing trails guide users away from features or destinations they want to see. If people go off-trail repeatedly and follow the same path, new unsustainable and potentially dangerous trails can be the result. CAMBC and RTF are setting out to fix a hazardous situation. The trail we are targeting sits precariously above the highway, and … Continue reading