GENERAL MEETING & MEMBERSHIP APPRECIATION BBQ
Jun
1
1:00 PM13:00

GENERAL MEETING & MEMBERSHIP APPRECIATION BBQ

  • 1660 Hatchery Road Blue Lake, CA, 95521 United States (map)
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Join us for our summer General Meeting & Membership Appreciation BBQ. We will give a short recap of the activities we have been working on since January and what we will be working on in the near future as well as longer term goals. Then we will be serving up delicious BBQ and running shuttles. More details to come.

 

 

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SUNNY BRAE PARK WITH VOLUNTEER TRAIL STEWARDS
May
25
9:00 AM09:00

SUNNY BRAE PARK WITH VOLUNTEER TRAIL STEWARDS

Come help build and maintain trails in the Sunny Brae Park with the Volunteer Trail Stewards program. They will be pulling up invasives (tons of ivy) and working on a short loop trail. The group will be meeting at the Virginia Way entrance and parking along the street. Lunch is provided. For more information, visit https://www.cityofarcata.org/194/Arcata-Forest-Projects-Tours. Volunteers should wear work clothes (long sleeves and pants recommended) and sturdy, close-toed shoes.

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ACF Trail Project with Volunteer Trail Stewards
Apr
27
9:00 AM09:00

ACF Trail Project with Volunteer Trail Stewards

Come help build and maintain trails in the Arcata Community Forest with the Volunteer Trail Stewards program. Lunch is provided. For more information, visit https://www.cityofarcata.org/194/Arcata-Forest-Projects-Tours. For meeting location, contact Darius Damonte at (707) 825-2105 or ddamonte@cityofarcata.org. Volunteers should wear work clothes (long sleeves and pants recommended) and sturdy, close-toed shoes.

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Trail Day
Apr
21
10:00 AM10:00

Trail Day

Regularly scheduled trail days every third Sunday of the month. Held in Blue Lake, with changes in location to be announce the week prior on our Instagram page. Tools and minimal snacks provided. Meet at the gate at the end of Hatchery Rd. before 10:10 am. Projects vary from new construction to maintaining existing trails.

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RCMBA Banana Slug #4: Dyerville Loop
Apr
13
10:00 AM10:00

RCMBA Banana Slug #4: Dyerville Loop

The local favorite, Dyerville Loop, returns as the “Queen Stage” of the Banana Slug winter training ride series. Starting almost promptly at 10 am from the Humboldt Redwoods State Park HQ in Weott, CA. The ride takes you up a ridge with expansive views of rugged snow capped peaks to the east, and coastal redwood ranges to the west. The ride is approximately 64 miles with 6,150 ft of elevation gain.

Dyerville Loop

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ACF Trail Project with Volunteer Trail Stewards
Mar
23
9:00 AM09:00

ACF Trail Project with Volunteer Trail Stewards

Come help build and maintain trails in the Arcata Community Forest with the Volunteer Trail Stewards program. Lunch is provided. On this day, the trail crew will be meeting at the Fickle Hill parking lot (beginning of Trail #9) promptly at 9am and heading up to work on Trail #12. For more information, visit https://www.cityofarcata.org/194/Arcata-Forest-Projects-Tours. For meeting location, contact Darius Damonte at (707) 825-2105 or ddamonte@cityofarcata.org. Volunteers should wear work clothes (long sleeves and pants recommended) and sturdy, close-toed shoes.

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Trail Day
Mar
17
10:00 AM10:00

Trail Day

Regularly scheduled trail days every third Sunday of the month. Held in Blue Lake, with changes in location to be announce the week prior on our Instagram page. Tools and minimal snacks provided. Meet at the gate at the end of Hatchery Rd. before 10:10 am. Projects vary from new construction to maintaining existing trails.

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MAD SCRAMBLE CYCLOCROSS RACE, AN ANNIE & MARY RAIL TRAIL BENEFIT
Feb
16
11:00 AM11:00

MAD SCRAMBLE CYCLOCROSS RACE, AN ANNIE & MARY RAIL TRAIL BENEFIT

  • 130 Taylor Way Blue Lake, CA, 95525 United States (map)
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Presented by the Friends of the Annie and Mary Trail, the inaugural Mad Scramble Cyclocross race! We are proud to support this group so you too should come support Annie and Mary Rail Trail by participating in this unique event in Blue Lake. Proceeds from this event goes to Friends of the Annie and Mary Trail so the vision of a trail from Blue Lake to Arcata can be realized. All ability riders and their choice of bicycle are welcome!

  • Early registration at Mad River Brewery on Friday, February 15 from 4:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m.

  • Day-of-race registration opens next to Jewel Distillery, February 16 at 9:00 a.m.

  • 30 minute race starts at 11:00 a.m. - $30 entry fee - registration closes at 10:55

  • Kids 7 and under partial lap race starts around 11:45 a.m. - Free

  • Kids 12 and under full lap race starts 12:15 p.m. - Free

  • 60 minute race starts at 1:00 p.m. - $30 entry fee - registration closes at 12:55 p.m.


There are awards for first, second, and third place in the 30 minute and 60 minute races in the following categories: Women 18 and older, Men 18 and older, junior women under 18, junior men under 18.

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STOMACH CHURN, A PIRATE RIDE EVENT
Jan
26
9:00 AM09:00

STOMACH CHURN, A PIRATE RIDE EVENT

The Stomach Churn is a Humboldt event not to be missed. The annual Stomach Churn treats riders to a beautiful Humboldt Short Track course that includes wood and meadow sections. No man made barriers on course, however mother nature has made this circuit a rewarding challenge for all riders with a mix of technical, open sections, climbs and descents. Half hour and hour races on the large circuit, with a free kids race at half time on a portion of the adults' track. The day ends with the one and only Crailing Championships, where the slowest and most stylish wins the day.

Check www.pirateride.org for more information.

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RCMBA BANANA SLUG #1: FIELDBROOK - BLUE LAKE
Jan
12
10:00 AM10:00

RCMBA BANANA SLUG #1: FIELDBROOK - BLUE LAKE

We'll be starting and ending at the Mad River brewery for this familiar but challenging ride. It's about 40 miles, and depending on the final route decision it will be 1,000-2500 ft climbing. Please Be courteous on the Hammond trail section! As always, there will be a final sweep vehicle but please be self-sufficient with flat repair, tools, layers, and snacks. See you out there! For more information on the route click here.

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RCMBA WINTER GENERAL MEETING
Jan
10
6:00 PM18:00

RCMBA WINTER GENERAL MEETING

Join us for our Winter General Meeting at the Arcata Theater Lounge. This one is going to be fantastic. Besides the meeting, we will be raffling off a Carbon Specialized Stumpjumper, courtesy of Specialized, see the Home Page for more details. We are also going to show Redbull’s North of Nightfall, see trailer below. And, best of all, RCMBA will update you on what we are working on and where we are headed. Join us.

Entry: Members will be free. Non-members $5
Doors Open: 6:00 PM
Meeting Starts: 6:30 PM
Movie Starts: 7:30 PM
Doors Close: 9:00 PM

Raffle Tickets: See the Home Page for details on how to win a new bike from Specialized!


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RCMBA GROUP NIGHT RIDE: ARCATA COMMUNITY FOREST
Dec
7
6:00 PM18:00

RCMBA GROUP NIGHT RIDE: ARCATA COMMUNITY FOREST

Always wanted to take a spin in the forest at night but haven’t? Love night rides? Then join us this Friday for a casual spin through the forest with a fun group of people. If you aren’t sure what you will need for a night ride, then head into one of the local bike shops, they will set you up. Or email us and we can give you some advice. We will meet at the Redwood Curtain Brewery starting at 6:00 and roll at 6:30. Following the ride, hang out at the Curtain for a beverages and food.

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HCMTB FILM NIGHT AT THE ATL
Nov
29
6:00 PM18:00

HCMTB FILM NIGHT AT THE ATL

Revolution Bicycles is sponsoring a film night at the Arcata Theater Lounge (ATL) to support the Humboldt Composite High School MTB Club (HCMTB). The feature film will be Blood Road (2017), a documentary following mountain biker Rebecca Rusch as she pedals 1,200 miles of the Ho Chi Minh trail to retrace the mysteries surrounding her father’s death in the Vietnam War.

The doors will open at 6 PM and there will be a short film highlighting the past two HCMTB seasons before Blood Road, which will begin at 7 PM.

Tickets will be available from Revolution Bicycles at both the Arcata and Eureka shops as well as from HCMTB.

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ADVENTURE EDGE'S PIVOT CYCLES DEMO DAY
Nov
18
9:00 AM09:00

ADVENTURE EDGE'S PIVOT CYCLES DEMO DAY

Head on over to Community Forest in Arcata with Pivot Cycles and the crew from Adventure’s Edge for a fantastic day of fun and riding! We will have a full Factory Demo Fleet there for you to test out all the best from Pivot Cycles! The crew from Adventure’s Edge will also be providing some BBQ for lunch! For more information, please contact Chris at Adventure’s Edge (707) 445-1711, or visit: http://www.adventuresedge.com/.

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HCMTB ICE CREAM SOCIAL RIDE
Oct
21
12:00 PM12:00

HCMTB ICE CREAM SOCIAL RIDE

Come ride with and support the Humboldt Composite High School MTB Club! This event is open to the public and we encourage all riders, especially any potential high school riders, to come out and see what the team and community are all about. The riders will meet in Redwood Park in Arcata at Noon. The ride will leave shortly after. Following the ride, everone is invited to Arcata Scoop for ice cream!

Hope to see you there!

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RCMBA EVENT: JENNY MASON FORKS OF SALMON CENTURY MEMORIAL RIDE
Oct
13
8:00 AM08:00

RCMBA EVENT: JENNY MASON FORKS OF SALMON CENTURY MEMORIAL RIDE

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Meet at Forks of Salmon Post Office in Siskiyou County. Ride starts almost promptly at 8:00 a.m. The route follows the North Fork Salmon River along Sawyer's Bar Road to Etna Summit and back down into Scott's Valley. Most riders like to stop at Etna Brewery for lunch, which is a little over forty miles into the ride. From there we turn right on Highway 3 to Callahan and right again on Callahan/Cecilville road all the way back to Forks of Salmon Post Office.

Link to MapMyRide digital map
Link to download GPX file

The ride is about 100 miles long with about 10,000 feet of climbing. Almost all of the pavement is in excellent condition; skinny tires work well. There will be a SAG wagon to carry food, water, and other stuff you don't want to load on your bicycle. Know your limitations and be prepared.

Camping for riders, spectators and volunteers Friday and Saturday at Nordheimer Campground. Potluck dinner and party Saturday night after the ride. Musically inclined folks are encouraged to bring their instruments to play around the campfire (if fires are permitted). THERE IS NO POTABLE WATER AT THIS CAMPGROUND, come prepared please.

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