If you are visiting the Hayward/Cable area, you’ve probably been down by the lake, you’ve climbed up into the big Musky, watched a Lumberjack show, and cruised Main Street for some goodies. But what you may not have done, or even thought you’d like, is rent a bike and head to the trails.
We are super excited to welcome back Twin Six apparel this season. We’ve been drooling over their catalog all winter and now our wall is awash with fun and beautiful pieces.
On May 5, 2018 the Inaugural International Women’s Mountain Biking Day will be celebrated. This day, which will be the first Saturday in May every year, is dedicated to women enjoying mountain biking with each other and encouraging fellow women to join them on the trails.
Sun, smiles, perfect snow.
Photos: American Birkebeiner Ski Foundation
Our area had a brief warm-up last Friday. Trails glazed up a bit, but were otherwise undamaged. Sub-zero temps have since returned and groomers are busy renovating the trails. Cold temps are forecast for this week and trails should return to excellent condition shortly.
The latest field notes from the Birkie team:
Tu, 1.30.18 – (1:00PM) – Today we took another pass grooming and tracking the Birkie Skate trail from American Birkebeiner TH to OO. Birkie Ridge and the loops at OO were also groomed and tracked. Great skiing on the loops at OO and north of OO! Enjoy! Continue reading Trail Report – 1/31/18
Here’s a nice summary of some simple dos and don’ts for we fat bikers. With softer snow conditions than more populated areas, here in the Hayward/Cable metro, the points about low tire pressure, Continue reading Fat Bike Etiquette 101 – What to Do & NOT Do!