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WomenMTB Bingham Cyclery New Rider/Beginner Group Ride

WomenMTB Bingham Cyclery Group Ride New rider/Beginner

RIDE LEADERS: Danita & Kelly G.

TRAIL NAME: Happy Gilmore, Tin Man, Rambler
Distance: 5.6 miles round trip
Elevation Gain: 500 vf
Estimated Riding 2 hours
Grunt Factor: (1 out of 5 unicorns - 5 being hardest) 1 unicorn
Tech Factor: (1 out of 5 unicorns - 5 being hardest) 2 unicorns
Other things to know: Fun single track with minimal rocks. The climbing is gradual with no steep hills. This is a very fun trail for beginner riders to get out and play on the dirt.
Directions to Trailhead: Take the Silver Summit Exit off Hwy 40 and head South towards Trailside Park. Trail head is just East of the LDS church.

Pin to trailhead: https://goo.gl/maps/sqkQFFr4bs82
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As a WomenMTB Club group ride, you can find ride information on the WomenMTB website, www.womenmtb.org/events.

If you are not sure if this ride is for you, find more information on Ride Level Descriptions and the Unicorn Trail Rating System. If all else fails, just come join us and we will have fun either way!

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MOUNTAIN BIKING CAN BE A DANGEROUS ACTIVITY AND ALL RIDERS MUST BE AWARE OF THE RISK OF INJURY ASSOCIATED WITH MOUNTAIN BIKING.
Admin and Event hosts are not responsible for a rider's safety on any ride. It is the rider's own responsibility to decide if they are capable of any rides they join. Rider's are welcome to dismount and walk any parts of ride they are uncertain of. Bikes must be in a safe working condition and helmets should always be worn on rides.

It is the rider's own choice to decide how much protection should be worn on rides. Spare tubes, bike pump and basic tools should be carried on all rides. Sufficient water and food should be taken on all rides. It is a good idea to bring your own First Aid kit on rides as well.

WomenMTB, Bingham Cyclery or any person associated with either entity, will not be liable in any way, or in any circumstances for any damage, injury or loss to you or to your party that may occur during, in connection with, or as a result of mountain biking. Users participate in the sport entirely at their own risk and must ride within their own capabilities. By joining a group ride you agree to all the above.