The San Diego Mountain Biking Association (SDMBA) is a nonprofit, volunteer driven organization representing the interests of off-road cyclists and other non-motorized trail users in San Diego County. SDMBA's goal is to unite mountain bike riders, retailers and manufacturers to speak with a coordinated and responsible voice in dealing with other trail users, land managers and policy makers.
We will continue working rock on the rock roll and placing the pavers on turn #2. The rock needs to be sourced so bodies will be needed. The pavers are staged above turn one and need to be hiked about 50 yards to the work site. We can use your help this Saturday!
What to bring:
Signed Waiver - https://drive.google.com/file/d/1BomV8--CrVxsnxGf1k8sJhmlmY7aGkum/view?usp=sharing
What we provide:
Training and oversight
Post event refreshments
Sorry for the short notice, but Vail Lake Campground is full for the Easter Holiday, and not allowing day use riders. We're moving the ride to Peñasquitos Canyon.
Water & helmets are mandatory!
Please arrive early to sign the waiver, set-up your bike, and chat with your buddies.
Routes are being planned, so hopefully we'll have those updated later today, but plan on a fun day on the trails!!
Directions: From the 15, exit at Mercy Road and head west. Turn right on Black Mountain, and left at the light on Canyonside Park Drive. Drive past the baseball fields and park at the last paved lot.
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 monthly Advocacy Meeting is run by the SDMBA Vice President and Committee Chair, Ben Stone. The agenda will cover what's happening with the local trails, what SDMBA is working on and usually a guest speaker or two. Please RSVP, and indicate if you would also like to join in for food and drinks. Bring $8 for the food kitty, $2 for the beer kitty. Otherwise, just RSVP that you will attend, and bring yourself. SDMBA membership is not required, but encouraged!
Hope to see you there.
SDMBA Meetup Team