Trail Night – Hosted by the City of Thunder Bay

Trail Night – Hosted by the City of Thunder Bay

Without getting too lengthy here, this is an important milestone for the club. We’re excited to see what the future holds and how we can work together with the City to create bigger and better trail systems. What do you want our trails to look like? Monday March 6th from 6:00-9:00 PM at the Current River Rec Centre, the City will be holding an open house discussing OUR trails! A good representation here can make a world of difference later…

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2017 Activities – Welcome Will and Mike, TRAIL MAPS, Downhill

2017 Activities – Welcome Will and Mike, TRAIL MAPS, Downhill

This is a bit overdo here, but here’s an update about what’s been going on with your BS exec. The Good: First and foremost, we’d like to extend a thank you to Will Takacs for joining the executive as our Vice President. Our more veteran members may remember Will as being our communications director about 3-4 seasons ago. We’re excited to have you back, and can’t wait to work with you for the soon-approaching season. We’d also like to thank…

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Final 2016 events!

Final 2016 events!

Paul’s been eyeing up his skis with increasing passion every day. The Paul-ski index predicts the annual demise of the cycling season coming up quickly. But before that day comes, we’ve got two final Hoorah’s! TRAIL DEVELOPMENT: 10:00 AM SUNDAY 23 OCTOBER With our insurance issue finally sorted out, we will be running both our first and last trail builds simultaneously this coming Sunday. Let’s make it a great season of building/final build of 2016. Show up at 10 AM…

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2016 Annual General Meeting

2016 Annual General Meeting

The Blacksheep Mountain Bike Club will hold its Annual General Meeting on Monday October 24, 7:00 pm at Confederation College room C239.  All Club members are welcome and encouraged to attend. This is our wrap up meeting to report on Club finances and activities, elect an Executive for the 2017 season, acknowledge feedback, and make some preliminary plans. The Executive is getting fewer in numbers.  Without additional volunteers to step forward, we are limited in improving mountain biking in Thunder Bay. …

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