Monday, July 27, 2009

The inaugural CAMBA Festival of the Trails is now history

Inaugural CAMBA Festival of the Trails is now historyThe inaugural CAMBA Festival of the Trails is now history – and what a great start it was! Perfect weather greeted the 110 registered participants who began arriving at Hatchery Creek Park in Hayward on Friday afternoon, June 12. The trails were marked and hosts standing by so riders could immediately begin “Touring de Trails.” These self-guided rides were set up throughout the CAMBA system in southern Bayfield and northern Sawyer Counties to give visitors a chance to sample all of the new singletrack trails developed in the region over the past several years. As riders returned from the trails Hatchery Creek Park proved to be an ideal base to hang out, snack and enjoy a cold beverage. Later in the evening a group of about 25 intrepid riders donned headlamps and headed out for the Twi-Night Ride on the Hatchery Creek Trail.    Most rode the entire trail up to
Mosquito Brook Trailhead and back with some taking a short course option. The evening concluded with cold malt beverages (beer) provided by the Angry Minnow Brewery and a toasty warm fire on the
cool summer night.  Photos here

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