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All Skills, Any Speed, ALL FUN!

Posted by Cindy Spee on Monday, March 28th, 2016 at 3:18pm.

Crazy, Fun, Epic for Everyone!
The Club Scrub Grinduro 20/50
Bike Event
Saturday April 9, 2016
Jonathan Dickinson State Park

 

What is The Club Scrub Grinduro 20/50?
This bike event is all about fun! It is NOT a race or a competition. Ride at your own leisure, have fun, invite your friends, neighbors and met new people. Everyone can ride regardless of skill or speed, as long as you have a knobby tire bike. The trails will be a mix of grass, dirt, some mud & a small water crossing.

This is a fully supported ride with sag/refreshment stops along the route.  What is a sag stop you may be wondering? It is an old cycling term meaning supply and gear. 

There will be a 20 and 50 mile loop on beautiful off road trail riding starting and ending at Kitching Creek Pavilion and riding beyond Jonathan Dickinson State Park. Since it is a loop you can ride as far as you want and if you get tired just turn around or just hang out at the sag stop.

Choose 20 miles or 50 miles loop
50 mile loop starts at 7:30 am
20 mile loop starts at 8:30 am
Jonathans Dickinson State Park gates will open early

Early Registration Entry (thru April 3)
Includes Shirt, Sag Stops, BBQ and a Beer
$45.00 per rider for Club Scrub Members
$50.00 per rider for Non-members
REGISTER TODAY
** HELMET REQUIRED
** MUST HAVE KNOBBY TIRES

Club Scrub was organized in May 2000 in conjunction with Jonathan Dickinson State Park officials to coordinate and promote off-road bicycling. The southeast portion of the park was designated for phase one and named “Camp Murphy Off-Road Bicycle Trail” as a reminder of the parks usage during WWII.

In December of 2000 the club became a “special committee” operating under the Friends of Jonathan Dickinson State Park, a non-profit organization with a mission to assist park management in meeting the natural and cultural resource management objectives established for the park. Since then, many volunteers have helped build and maintain the trail system into what it is today...a destination for off and road cyclists of all ages.

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