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WomenMTB Bingham Cyclery Club Group Ride - Beginner/Intermediate

Fall is still in the air and the scenery couldn't be better. Join us for group morning ride on the Glenwild Trails at Jeremy Ranch.

Ride Leaders: Danita & Brandee

Trail: Bob's Basin Trails

Trail Description: This trail system offers many classic cross country trails with gradual climbs and descents. There are some directional downhill trails that we can ride that are great for working on cornering. We will ride 6-10 miles depending on the trails we want to ride as a group. 

Directions to Trailhead: We will meet at the East Canyon Creek TH. Which is located just past the Jeremy Ranch Elementary school and water treatment plant. We will meet at 9:30 am and roll out at 9:45. We will be back at the trail head at 12:00 pm.

Pin to trailhead: https://goo.gl/maps/oguMaN4gfX62

Find me: Look for Danita in the white Toyota Tacoma. If you have any questions you can call or text Danita at 801.403.7241.

As a WomenMTB Club group ride, you can find ride information on the WomenMTB Facebook page.

 

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