Our good friends at HI-5 BIKES are generously supporting our next work party. On March 15th and 16th we will be working on both Cold Creek and Thrillium. The plan is to finish the bottom of Thrillium along with working on some drainage and berms on Cold Creek. Lunch, beer and some swag will be provided. We’ll meet at the bridge at 8:00 AM with lunch at 1:00 PM both days. Please let us know if you plan to attend so we can have a head count.
Please join us for our Annual Meeting At the Lumber Yard, Tuesday January 28th!!! Ride from 4PM to 10PM, meeting at 7PM. If you want to ride and eat, the Lumberyard has offered a generous discount. $21.47 to ride, get a delicious Pub @ The Yard meal, and a drink! Want to ride a new bike? Rentals are $7.95! Don’t want to ride? The meeting is FREE!
The past year CCMTB has been a chapter of Evergreen Mountain Bike Alliance. This means many things, including having a voice at the State level for local trail advocacy. To show our gratitude, we would like to see the Cold Creek Chapter membership numbers increase. You can become a member by going to : http://evergreenmtb.org/
We will have a special raffle at the meeting for all who became members during the month of January. Our sponsors are still donating items for this. Bring proof of membership or signup at the meeting and get a Ticket!
We hope to see you there!
July 27th and 28th is the 2nd annual Cold Creek Experience!
Online registration is open at https://www.bikereg.com/Net/cold-creek-experience.
Diamondback Bicycles has donated generously a Scapegoat frame. We will hold a raffle at the Experience for the frame. Raffle tickets can be purchased at the event. Click on the banners for more info.
With 4 shuttle rigs, wait times were at a minimum. Lines were seldom seen, If there was a wait for a shuttle it was usually in groups of folks chatting. The overall atmosphere was fun, laid back and relaxed.
Being the first of 5 events, planned for 2013, we are in for a great season at Cold Creek. Thank you to everyone that showed up. Both volunteers and riders made this event a success. June 1st, the next shuttle event, can not come quick enough.
The April 20th Shuttle Day is almost here and the trail gnomes have been working hard lately. Come check out their work while supporting their efforts at the same time. We’ll have a stack of CCMTB stickers and a fresh batch of t-shirts at the event.
Haven’t registered yet? You are in luck, there are still some spots left. (https://www.bikereg.com/Net/19233)
Save time and avoid lines by printing, and filling out, the liability waivers at home.
Don’t forget, the Discover Pass is required at state lands in Washington. Purchase your pass at http://www.discoverpass.wa.gov/ or any retailer that sales hunting and fishing licenses.
Register for the event at https://www.bikereg.com/Net/19233.
Evergreen Mountain Bike Alliance members will get refunded $10 at the event.
Save time at check in, by bringing signed waivers with you to the event.