June 14th & 15th @ Black Rock!!!
Email only!!! for a spot on the trucks. In the email, specify what day you would like to register for, with first and last name at email@example.com
June 14th @ 9:00 am – 4:00pm
June 15th @ 9:00 am – 3:00pm
Cost per rider:
1 day: $40 per rider
Both days: $60 per rider
(payment received on day of event)
Do you want to volunteer for this event….
First aide experience (preferably a nurse or EMT) that wants to donate some volunteer time either day, let me know we could really use your help.
We also need parking lot attendants, drivers (CDL required) and trail monitors.
WARNING!!!! If you are under the age of 18, your parent/legal guardian need to come to the registration table to sign the waiver so you can get on the shuttle truck, no exceptions. We had a few upset people find this out the hard way, so I am warning everyone ahead of time. Let me know if you have any questions or concerns about this.
ALSO…If you are looking for a place to stay…
Frinks General Store has camping spots available.
Call Kirby or Cathy at 503-787-3535
Space for RV’s and tents (water available)
One fire pit shared with everyone
Bathroom facilities: porta potty
Hotels and Bed and Breakfast’s in the area as well.
Click here for a great article showing that you can wear lycra and enjoy all the hardwork that BRMBA has built for varying user groups. Remember that you don’t always have to “Go Big or Go Home”, you can “Go Big or Go Around” and have a great time.
Blackrock can be ridden by riders on hardtail 26/29ers, full suspension mtn bikes of varying wheel sizes and travel. We have even seen BMX bikes and unicycles out on the trails. At a minimum riders are asked to wear a helmet when on the Mt. Brown trails. Elbow/knee pads, gloves and full face helmets are strongly encouraged but not required. Chest/back body armor are also a good idea but are bulky and hot when climbing. Many riders like to think of Blackrock as armor assisted cross country(aka Freeriding). Many riders push their 40+lb bikes up and have a great time descending on the longer travel bikes that excel in railing the bikes into the corners and jumps. But 20-30lb XC or all-mountain bikes can have a great time.
BLACK ROCK MOUNTAIN BIKE ASSOCIATION LAUNCHES MEMBERSHIP PROGRAM
An Opportunity To Support The Organization That Meticulously Operates The Black Rock Trail System
For just short of a decade, the Black Rock Mountain bike trail system has been provided to the public by a small group of local volunteers. Ten years ago, these riders banded together, forming a non-profit organization with the mission of building a top notch trail system, and maintaining access to it. As the Black Rock Mountain Bike Association, we are dedicated to the continued public access to, and care of our precious jewel that is Black Rock.
We have been extremely fortunate to have a volunteer base that is quite unbelievable. Our build days seen numbers in excess of forty strong. Our organization is responsible for providing tools for all these builders to utilize, as well as the Honey Bucket to keep things clean. The fact is, there is quite a long list of expenses to cover.
After years of getting along with an uncomfortably low budget, we have decided to launch a membership program in order to encourage our riding public to donate to our organization. This will be the first time we have charged for membership, and this does not mean you have to be a member to ride at Black Rock.
This is an opportunity to support the group of dedicated people who are working hard to maintain public access, coordinate volunteers, and continually refine the trail system we all love.
For an annual membership fee of $40, you will receive a membership card and 2 membership stickers. Each year will bring a new design to the cards and stickers.
Click here to register as a member online.
Contact: Dan Shell