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    PVNEMBA Toy Ride - Dec 2nd - Robinson SP

    Check it out... Fast Flowy fun trails!!! Come on out for a fun tour, and for a good cause!!!

    Let me know if you have any questions.

    http://www.nemba.org/nembaevents/Eve...uncements.html

    NEMBA Toy Ride - Robinson SP, Agawam, MA

    Pioneer Valley NEMBA Presents:

    What: Toys for Tots Fun Ride (Self Guided)

    Where: Robinson State Park Agawam, Ma

    When: December 2, 2007

    Registration 9-10am All riders off by 10:15

    Donation: A new unwrapped toy to donate to the Marine Corps Toys for Tots.

    Three arrowed loops:

    Beginner - approx 4-5 miles

    Intermediate - approx 10 miles

    Advanced - approx 15 miles (with longer options)

    Guided rides leave at 9:30 (hopefully at each level)

    Fun loops that are not overly technical or hilly. Some tight flowing MTB specific single track. Many trails have been swept of leaves (winds and time constraints could change that).

    There are no facilities this time of year, so please plan accordingly.

    Parking and Registration will be at Shea's Field. Armory Drive, off Maynard Street, Agawam.

    Directions: I-91 North or South, to 57 West for 1.2 miles - First exit for Main St (RT-159) - go 1.3 miles and the road turns into (RT-147/Springfield St.) (Landmark: Dunkin Donuts) go 0.7 miles and bear right onto North St (Landmark: Sarat Ford) - First right onto Maynard - First right onto Armory - Armory is only a tenth of a mile long and runs directly into the parking lot for Shea's field
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    Positions Available

    We are not totally strapped, but a little help couldn't hurt.

    Let me know if you are interested in leading a group ride (9:30am Sunday), helping post arrows (Saturday afternoon 2:30) or, pulling arrows (Sunday afternoon). Registration is pretty well covered. Thanks!
    If you didn't build the trail, don't mess with it.

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    Too bad I have to work, I rode there yesterday and trails were real nice. I went there to escape hunters at my usually spots and was presently surprised at how nice it is there. I'll definately be going back. Have fun with your worthy cause.

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    Forecast is a little cool, but the precip isn't coming until late in the day.
    Many of the trails were cleaned today. A couple more in the morning, and then the arrows will be going up. Looking like a lot of riders at this point! Should be a great ride!!!
    If you didn't build the trail, don't mess with it.

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    Steve,

    Man that was a great ride and a well-run event! I really had no Idea that Robinson was that good! (seriously folks, it's fun, fast, tight and twisty reminiscent of the best of the Cape's Trail of Tears and Kingdom trails-sans the bucolic views of course).

    Anyway-thanks for helping to put and keep hamden county on the mountain biking map-see ya on Saturday!

    Liam

    Looking forward to seeing the pictures!

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