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Bell Joy Ride's Trail Fairy Party hosted by SORCA & 7mesh
Sat, October 29, 2016, 8:30 AM – 1:30 PM PDT
Trail Fairy Party
After a successful first edition in North Vancouver last year, we're bringing our women-only Trail Fairy Party to Squamish!
Saturday October 29, Squamish
Morning: Trail Fairy Party hosted by SORCA
Afternoon: BBQ hosted by 7mesh with the participation of Red Truck Brewery & Nesters Market
No previous trail-building experience required.
The Trail Fairy Party is back!
Join us for our last event of 2016! To celebrate the first season of the Bell Joy Ride we've partnered with SORCA and 7mesh to host the coolest party ever: the Trail Fairy Party.
This women-only trail day is our way of saying thank you to the people who make it possible for us to ride some of the best mountain bike trails in the world.
For the occasion, 7mesh is offering us a unique opportunity to get an insider's look at their Squamish headquarters with a tasty BBQ party. Thanks to 7mesh, Nesters Market and Red Truck Brewery, we're going to get fed and well-hydrated. ;)
No previous trail-building experienced required. Experienced trail builders guiding you throughout the day.
8:30 - 9:00 Check-in
9:30 Carpool to trail head
10:00 - 1:00 Trail Work
1:30 BBQ at 7mesh + Prize draw
Experienced Trail Builder? Let us know!
If you are an experienced builder bring your tools and let us know you're coming by selecting the "Expert Builder" ticket option.
What to Bring
- Proper footwear. Hiking boots recommended.
- Gloves. Gardening/work gloves are ideal.
- Tools: shovels, pulaski/maddox, home depot buckets (large ones), hoes.
- If you are allergic to bees: Epipen or antihistamine
- Clothes you don't mind getting a little dirty.
- A friend
- Your smile
What is Trail Building?
Put simply, trail building is heavy-duty gardening. Moving plants, dirt and rocks in the forest.
You see, trails don't build themselves, a lot of people work relentlessly to bring you fun mountain bike in your community. Us helping them bring a new project to life for half a day is our way of saying thank you for all the hours they put into the creation and maintenance of our favourite trails.
What Trail Are We Building?
We're going to work on a new trail for intermediate riders near Rupert.