6 Mar 2014
What’s Happening with SORBA Chattanooga

In a word…LOTS!!! We’ve got no less than 8 events and trail days happening in the next month. If you’ve been wanting to get involved, now’s your chance.

 

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28 May 2013

To learn more about this race, go to http://www.raccoon-mountain.com.

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2 Feb 2013

Please join SORBA-Chattanooga as we work to address some regular maintenance needs at Enterprise South Nature Park on Saturday Februray 9, 2013 @ 9:30 am.
Volunteer Information:
No experience is necessary to participate, all tools and instruction will be provided by the trail care crew leaders with SORBA-Chattanooga. Volunteers are requested to bring gloves, water, and to dress appropriately for the weather and working outdoors.
Lunch will be provided by SORBA-Chattanooga after the workday concludes at 12:30 pm.
After …

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8 Jan 2013

Let’s face it; if you’re a mountain biker, you’re a rebel. Not only do you spit in the face of society’s norms by riding a bicycle for leisure; you also eschew road bikes by deciding to ride a mountain bike instead. We’re not going to go there with singlespeeders though, some of us are on another level of crazy.
James Dean was born on February 8th, 1931. In celebration of the ultimate rebel’s birthday, we’re going to …

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3 Jan 2013

Word is spreading like wildfire about Team SORBA-Chattanooga. Get Out Chattanooga recently interviewed our Team Director about the work we’re doing to improve mountain biking in Chattanooga. It’s no surprise to us they came away impressed. They can’t wait to see what we have planned next. We have big plans for 2012 and we want everyone to be a part of it. For those of you on the fence about joining the team, you still have time to …

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2 Feb 2013

Please see the link below for information on 2014′s race.
https://teamsorbachattanooga.squarespace.com/races/pickyourpoison

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29 Mar 2013

ACTION ALERT:
National Park Service considers multi use trail conversion that will provide a vital bike corridor from downtown Chattanooga to Lookout Mountain trail systems.
Take Action! Submit the below suggested comments here

Alternative C offers expanded access to bicycles and brings a unique combination of recreational opportunities to visitors formerly accessible only by foot or car.
Mountain biking is a popular activity with children and youth bringing mountain bike access to the Lookout Mountain Battlefield will attract a younger …

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15 Jan 2013

When: January 19, 2013 from 10 am to 1:30 pm (please arrive by 9:45am) followed by a group lunch and bonfire and Noel Durants “barn” just off the the 5-Points property. After lunch trail volunteers will have the opportunity to ride 5-points at night, followed by more time around the bonfire.
Where: 5-Points Ascalon Road Parking Area
Who: All are welcome
What: Hand building a section of trail on the newest phase of the 5-Points/CCCT trailsystem
Why: More miles …