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RINEMBA Trail Builders Ball

  • 11/21/2021
  • 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
  • Woody Hill
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Sunday, November 21st

 


This one is just for the trail workers.


The folks that give up their free time to create, improve, and maintain the trails we all enjoy.


The ones that sacrifice their time to work instead of ride.


The Volunteers.


This is RINEMBA’s thank you to YOU.



Only you, because this is a private event. We ask that you only share this link with other known trail workers. No dig. No ride. 


We’ll have arrowed loops showcasing some of the great work done in Woody Hill over the last four years. Captain's Daughter? Yup. Alter Ego? Oh yea. Little Sister? Duh. Strap your helmet down tight because they are all on there. If we can stay off our bikes long enough to swing some shovels, we might even be able to include some of the brand-new trails cut in this year.


Raffles? Raffles!! Everyone likes winning stuff so we’re giving away real trail tools from Rogue Hoe and Silky Saws amongst other great prizes form our awesome sponsors. Your registration is your ticket. Raffle will be drawn before the event and you can pick up your prizes at the registration tent.


Hey all the big festivals have t-shirts right? Well, our event, just like the state of RI, is small but mighty. Local artist/singlespeed legend/medicine man Pibb Richard is designing some sweet original artwork for our Ts. You can’t buy this shirt anywhere. You only get it by working on trails and getting invited to the Trail Builders Ball. Shirt sizes cannot be guaranteed for anyone who signs up after Nov 3rd so sign up early!!


Hey that’s not all! Grey Sail Brewery likes trail builders so much they are giving us their beer garden to celebrate! From 1PM to 4PM we’ll be sampling the craft brews, sharing trail tips and lies, listening to some tunes and meeting all the builders from near and far. 21+ for alcohol beverages


Remember! Only share this event with other known trail workers!!


RI permit laws keep the ride at a HARD LIMIT of 75 participants, so online preregistration will be MANDATORY. There will be no onsite registration. When you arrive, please check in with us at the NEMBA tent and you will be provided with an event wristband. Wristbands need to be worn throughout your ride. September is hunting season in RI so 200 square inches of Blaze Orange will be REQUIRED to participate. Yeah we have spare orange vests, but we rather spend $ on trails so our vests are cheap and horrible. Bring your own!


NEMBA event waiver is required to be completed before your ride. You should receive the waiver in your email event confirmation.


Time:

10AM to 2PM Self-guided Marked Courses

1PM-4PM Get together at Grey Sail Brewery


Location:

Woody Hill, Westerly Youth Lacrosse Fields

135 Bradford Rd, Bradford RI 02808

Schedule:

10AM to 1PM Registration at NEMBA Tent

10AM to 1PM Raffle prizes awarded at NEMBA Tent

10AM to 2PM Self-guided Marked Courses

1PM Course start closed (still able to complete ride)

1PM-4PM Get together at Grey Sail Brewery

4PM Event Over.

 

Food:

Due to permit restrictions, we will not have a food vendor at this event. We will have a grill going with some simple options available though.


Registration Types:

  • Ride and Brewery -entered in raffle, free t-shirt, and beer garden – Members and Nonmembers $10 (Limit 75) Shirt sizes cannot be guaranteed for anyone who signs up after Nov 3rd
  • Brewery ONLY -free t-shirt, and beer garden - Members and Nonmembers $10 (Limit 25) Shirt sizes cannot be guaranteed for anyone who signs up after Nov 3rd

 

RAIN DATE: THERE WILL BE NO RAIN DATE.

ANY REMAINING PROCEEDS WILL BE REINVESTED INTO THE LOCAL TRAILS AND TRAIL BUILDERS. RAFFLE PRIZES AND T-SHIRTS WILL BE DISTRIBUTED TO ALL WHO SIGNED UP ACCORDINGLY. (LET’S HOPE FOR SUN)



About us

NEMBA is an educational 501(c)(3) non-profit focused on recreational trails advocacy with 28 chapters throughout New England and over 5,000 members. Our goal is to promote the best that mountain biking has to offer, steward the trail systems where we recreate, and ensure access to open space.

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We are volunteer driven and supported by a Board of Directors in addition to a small staff. By joining you can help support our work with key leaders and land managers to protect access and give back to the trails and the sport you love.

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