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Can anyone attend one of WNYMBA's trail work days?
Sunday, 09 January 2011 13:18

I haven't joined yet, but want to attend the upcoming trail work day in Ellicottville. Can I still come? Do I need to bring anything?


Yes, anyone is welcome to our trail work days, member or not.  And we feed you lunch!

Are there any benefits for joining WNYMBA?
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Sunday, 09 January 2011 12:40

I would like to join WNYMBA to support the work you are doing. Are there any benefits from joining such as shop discounts?


The main benefit from joining WNYMBA is getting new and better places to ride!  Only when organized together can we work with land managers to get permission to build new trails and open existing ones.

That said, there are some other benefits as well.  While there are no shop discounts, all WNYMBA members do get free use of up to two hard-shell bike cases for use while traveling to other riding destinations.  Flying to Fruita for a week?  Take (or ship) your own bike using one of these cases.  You also get advance copies of all newsletters.

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