|Dates||Tuesdays between Memorial Day and Labor Day|
|Ride Location||Sunset East and West Trails in Erie|
|Ride Meeting Spot||Coal Creek Park in Downtown Erie|
|Start Time||Ride starts at 6:00 pm
(be there at 5:45 pm to allow ample prep time)
This ride is a family fun activity that can get you out on all the great trails located in Erie. This ride is perfect for the beginner rider, or for someone who hasn’t been on their bike in awhile, as the trails are relatively flat and rolling for most of our ride. Nothing too hard!
This ride will have a leader and someone to help co-lead so we keep the group together.
All TNR’s are no-drop rides. We will always end our rides at a local business for a cool drink and maybe something to eat.
About the ESA TNR’s
The TNR’s, our weekly all abilities rides, are about getting out and exploring what’s right in our own backyards. They are about fun, post-ride drinks, and the camaraderie that comes with learning something new about the local ares. We always want these to be a great experience and encourage everyone to get outside and RIDE!!
Important info about the ride
- Ride is Tuesday’s Memorial Day to Labor Day
- Rides launch at 6:00 p.m. so be at Coal Creek Park in Erie’s old town by 5:45 p.m.
- All riders MUST wear a helmet, bring water, and have a trail-ready bike.
- All riders ride at their own risk, group leaders take no responsibility for rider safety/injury.
- Riders must sign a liability waiver once during the season. If this is your first ride of the season, please be prepared to complete one at the meeting spot.
- Riders should also carry basic tools: a spare tube in your correct tire size, a pump, tire lever, a chain tool and basic allen wrenches. Snacks are recommended.
- If the weather is iffy make sure to check Facebook after 3:00 p.m. on Tuesdays for updated info.
- For permitting and planning purposes, please sign up if you plan to join us.
- See https://www.facebook.com/ErieSingletrack for updates
- Sign up on BMA’s website at: https://bouldermountainbike.org/calendar. Wavers can also be found on the BMA website.
See you at the trailhead!