Calling all women (and everyone else) who would like to come out and celebrate International Women’s Day. Mulberry Gap is holding a free ride. You’re welcome to purchase breakfast and/or lunch, but there is no cost to participate in this group ride!
Basic fitness level and basic bike control skills are required for learning the skills portion of this camp. We will spend most of our time near Mulberry Gap working on skills. There will be an optional trail ride away from Mulberry Gap on Saturday and Sunday. No new skills will be taught on these trail rides, so should you choose not to go on these trail rides, for whatever reason, you will not miss any new information. You would just miss applying the information that everyone has learned on those trails.
The goal is to sweep through the local area and leave miles of our beautiful mountain gravel rides, trail access roads, and trailheads better than we found them. This is a great opportunity to rid the roadsides of unsightly trash, after the leaves and grass have scaled back for the winter to make it easy to see and reach!
All riders and runners will be required to pedal or run under their own power to designated locations throughout the Chattahoochee National Forest. Destinations in this “scavenger hunt” are unknown until the morning of the race. Maps will be handed out about 5 minutes prior to start with destinations and their point value! You’ll have ~5 minutes to make a strategy, form alliances, and get ready to roll out!
While you may not ride away at the end of the day doing bunnyhops and tail whips, this clinic will provide you with the strength and confidence to make your rides more fun and memorable. Led by certified instructor Jen Braddock, the clinic will break down the fundamental skills needed to keep your wheels on the ground, momentum stout, and stoke level high. More information.
The goal is to sweep through the local area and leave miles of our beautiful mountain gravel rides, trail access roads, and trail heads better than we found them. This is a great opportunity to rid the roadsides of unsightly trash. (Before the leaves fill back in, and the poison ivy branches out again!) More information