2010 BLUE GROOVE Charity Fun Ride (Benefiting Shriners) Robinson SP, Agawam, MA
This event is not to be missed!!!
November 21st (This Sunday!)
(Previously the Robinson Toy Ride)
The cause is great! The riding is great! And it is just a very fun atmosphere!
Last year we had a HUGE crowd and we are expecting even more this year!!! This event has been growing exponentially since it's inception in 07. Tell all your friends and check out the reviews in last year's thread.
Come on out and join us! and please help SPREAD THE WORD!!!
Blue Groove Charity Mountain Bike Fun Ride (Benefiting Shriners Hospitals For Children)
Pioneer Valley NEMBA
Sunday, November 21, 2010
Think Kingdom Trails of Southern New England! (on a smaller scale) Fun loops that are not overly technical or hilly. Tight flowing MTB specific single track. Many trails will be swept of leaves (winds and time constraints could change that).
Come on out for some great Fall riding and a great cause! The primped trails make this an event not to be missed! The trails of Robinson are perfect for ALL abilities!
NEMBA Blue Groove Charity Mountain Bike Fun Ride (Benefiting Shriners Hospitals For Children) Robinson SP, Agawam, MA
What: The BLUE GROOVE!!! Fun Ride (Self guided, arrowed loops)
When: November 21, 2010 Registration 9-10am All riders off by 10:15
Where: Armory Drive, Agawam, Ma (Location is outside of the park.)
Suggested Donation: $10 (More is better, less is ok too) Aluminum donations will also be welcomed.
Three arrowed loops:
Beginner - approx 4-5 miles
Intermediate - approx 13 miles
Advanced - approx 18 miles
Groups/led rides leave at 9:30 (hopefully at each level)
There are no facilities this time of year, so please plan accordingly.
Parking and Registration will be at Sheas 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 (Landmark: CVS) and bear right up the hill onto North St Second right onto Maynard First right onto Armory Armory is only a tenth of a mile long and runs directly into the parking lot for Sheas field.
If you didn't build the trail, don't mess with it.