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TRAIL WORK – NOBLE CANYON TRAIL Join SDMBA volunteers as we continue our trail maintenance on upper Noble Canyon Trail. Meet at Penny Pines at 9:00 am, we'll then carpool to the work location on Pine Creek Road. Meet with crew leader Mark Constantino All tools & training will be provided (after signing a waiver). We’ll work to 2 pm; afterward we’ll hand out some swag from Cal Coast Bicycles & drink beers from Lagunitas Brewing Company. MAP LINK: https://www.google.com/maps/place/Penny+Pines+Trailheadfirstname.lastname@example.org,-116.4596862,17z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m5!3m4!1s0x80d97f1afc44942f:0x1e0824d74fd916a7!8m2!3d32.9058923!4d-116.4574975 Mostly trimming and brushing. All tools & training will be provided (after signing a waiver). No children under the age of eighteen for this workday. Please notify event leader of any medical conditions. Please bring your own food & water, eye protection is required, work gloves, sturdy shoes, sun screen, long sleeves & pants are highly recommended. *This event subject to last minute postponement/cancellation due to winter weather. Check for updates here. Please R.S.V.P. to [masked] Directions: Take Interstate 8 east to the Sunrise Highway (S1) exit; continue north to mile marker 27.3, Penny Pines parking area (upper Noble Canyon Trailhead). A Forest Adventure Pass is not required required at Penny Pines.
The County of San Diego Parks and Recreation Department invites you to the first public meeting regarding the new San Luis Rey Downs and Dulin active recreation sites. Join County of San Diego Department of Parks and Recreation staff at the Bonsall Community Center to provide your input on park amenities. These projects will create two brand new parks in the San Luis Rey River Park. We hope you can join us! Please RSVP to the contact listed below so DPR can ensure there is capacity in the meeting room. Please RSVP to Nina Pisano at [masked] or[masked]
Join for a special San Marcos Edition of our Monthly SDMBA Advocacy Committee meeting. Arrive at 6:30 p.m. for snacks and mingling. Meeting to start at 7 p.m. Trail issues and opportunities in and around San Marcos will be discussed. Meetings are generally on the 1st Monday of the month. The Advocacy Committee is focused on opening/creating multi-use trails and bike parks throughout San Diego. SDMBA membership is not required, but encouraged! If you have any issues that you would like to bring up, please contact Bens (at) SDMBA.com
The Otay Valley Regional Park(OVRP) will be celebrating their 9th annual OVRP Day with a number of activities including a 10+ miles mountain bike ride. IMPORTANT: this is an intermediate skill level and above ride and NOT a newbie friendly ride due to remote location and terrain difficulty. This is a rare opportunity to ride on the eastern part of the park that is not yet officially open to the public. We are given a one day green light to ride this area for this event only. There’s plans for future trails, camping site and more and you are getting to see this beautiful area before all this happen. We are riding from the Otay Lake County Park, they will not charge us the usual $3 parking fee but make sure to let them know at the entrance that you are part of the mountain bike ride. We will ride on dirt roads, beautiful singletrack and a couple of blocks of paved road. Make sure to arrive by 7:45 am to sign waivers and gear up on time. There’s more celebration after the ride with lunch and more, directions for that will be given before the ride. Ride is limited to 40 riders only.