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All About Voting for the Holiday Valley Bell Built Flow Trail
Written by Administrator   
Tuesday, 15 April 2014 00:00

First, the 5-cent summary of what this is all about.

  • Bell Helmets is giving away $33K to build a new trail.
  • WNYMBA submitted a killer application and now we are one of four east coast finalists!
  • If we win, Holiday Valley will kick in some funds to make this 2-mile trail even better.  The trail will always be open to the public to ride for free.
  • WNYMBA put together a video to describe the project and why everyone should vote for us!
  • The trail is a 2-mile downhill flow trail from Spruce Lake to the ski lodge.  It will be full of berms, rollers, switchbacks and other fun stuff, that takes machines and money to build.
  • This trail will kick start a much larger trail system at Holiday Valley.  It's not just about this 2-mile trail.
  • The winner is determined by popular vote alone!

 

Here's how the voting works:

Bell is doing the voting in three stages.  First was the West Coast, then the central states.

Finally, there is voting for the East Coast on May 5 - May 18 !  This is when you must vote.

You vote by going to bellhelmets.com/bellbuilt

You vote by e-mail address.  It's simple.  Here are the steps at the above website:

 

  • Select "Holiday Valley Trail"
  • Enter your email address
  • Enter the blurry verification code they use to keep out robots
  • Go to your inbox and open the confirmation email
  • Click the confirmation link

 

Note, if you don't get the confirmation link e-mail, check your spam or trash.  I voted for Santa Cruz Soquel Demonstration Forest Flow Trail in the west coast voting and found the confirmation e-mail in my spam.

In other words, enter your e-mail, then go to your e-mail and click the link.  Simple as pie.
You gotta do this.  More importantly, you have to have everyone you know and everyone they know do the same thing.  Please vote!  Last year, the vote was very close!

 

 

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