The trails at Concord Park are in some of the best shape ever. AMBC member Matt Stegall shot some great video of some of the sweet Concord singletrack.
AMBC Trail Work Day at Concord Park in Farragut
Saturday July 31 Â (8:00 â€“ Noon)
Lunch will be provided at Noon.
- Volunteers: will work hard and smart. Knox County is providing 6 men equipped with power tools and sprayers. The biking community supplies up to 30 volunteers. West Bicycles in Farragut will provide lunch. Sign-in and lunch under the shade trees across the parking lot from the east loop trail entrance near the golf course. No previous experience or training is necessary to volunteer.
- Objective: Brush cut, Clear and SprayÂ trails making them ride ready till spring and develop Concord Park into a year round Mountain Bike Park.
For more information or to volunteer,Â email: firstname.lastname@example.org
KnoxVelo / AMBC / 865 Cycling are bringing you the Â 3XC mountain bike race series!
The races include:
Big South Fork XC Mtn Bike Race – June 20, 2010
Haw Ridge XC Mtn Bike Race – July 25, 2010
Panther Creek XC Mtn Bike Race – October 10, 2010
A USAC MTB & TBRA Event
The 2nd annual AMBC Poker Ride is coming up fast!
Thanks to Thomas’s hard work, and the generosity of some amazing sponsors and local bike shops, this is gonna be another killer event.
- 2nd Annual Spring Poker Rideâ€” A Game of Poker played by Bike on the Knoxville Greenways
- 6 Check Points, Best Hand Wins
- Time: Ride begins at Noon – Must complete ride by 5pm
- Party at Earth Fare from 3pm to 6pm with Burgers and Hot Dogs, etc.
- Location: Starts at Earth Fare: 140 N. Forest Park Blvd., Knoxville 37919
- Admission: Free
Contact: Tpgaines74 (at) gmail.com
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Thanks to on-going sponsorship from Subaru of America, the Subaru/IMBA Trail Care Crew program is crankin’ again in 2010. Two teams of trail experts will travel year-round throughout North America and beyond, leading trailwork sessions, meeting with land managers, and working with IMBA-affiliated clubs and members to improve mountain biking opportunities.
The International Mountain Bicycling Association is coming to Tennessee. Chris and Leslie Kehmeier of the Subaru/IMBA Trail Care Crew will be in Knoxville for a Trailbuilding School. The Crews teach â€œsustainableâ€ trail building, which means building trails that last a long time and require minimal maintenance. This helps reduce trail damage, protects the environment, and enhances visitor enjoyment.
For more information, please contact Brian Hann.
Evening Club Care workshop. Location TBA
9:00 – Noon: Trailbuilding School classroom session at Ijams Nature Center in the Miller Building
1:00 – 4:00 PM: Trailbuilding School field session at Georgia Marble Trail Network. Participants should park in the Meads Quarry Lot
10:00 AM: Group ride
The Trail Care Crew is proud to be supported by: