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Mountain bikers busy fixing up Merry Creek trail

Mountain Bike Club volunteers (L to R): Anna McCullagh, Danielle Cossarini and Jody McBurney-Pomeroy. - Submitted
Mountain Bike Club volunteers (L to R): Anna McCullagh, Danielle Cossarini and Jody McBurney-Pomeroy.
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A hard working crew of volunteers with the Castlegar Mountain Bike Society smiled for a picture during the most recent trail building day working on the development of a new trail that will be for all biking levels up Merry Creek Forest Service Road in Castlegar across from the current hiking trail in that area. Want more information? Visit them on facebook or come out for the next two weekend trail building dates;  Sat., August 18 and Sun., Sept. 16 from 10am until 2pm, bbq provided after. They also meet on Tuesdays between 5-8pm (sorry - no bbq at these ones, but good laughs!).  Carpool available. All welcome, many tools supplied. Call Dustin @ 250.231.0384 for more information or www.castlegar-mtb.com. The trail is not yet open, kindly refrain from riding at this time.

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