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Support the 2021 Canada Summer Games Application

The City needs to know you want Sudbury to host this event in 2021.  It will bring a lot of funding to the City and upgrade & build new sports facilities. Show how you are willing to support the City's bid for the 2021 Canada Summer Games.  Participate in the on-line survey.

 

Global Fat Bike Day - Dec 3

The venue is set - Shoeless Joe's at the South End. Adventure 365 and Stack are onboard as sponsors, so there will be draw prizes, food and beer. Be in the parking lot for a noon time departure.  Details are here.

Feeling ashamed that you don't have a fat bike? The recent rain took away all our snow. If you don't mind riding in sub-zero weather, bring out your regular mountain bike and join the fat bike crowd. Find out why Fat is where it's at for winter riding.

Naughton Trails Closed to Biking

It was a great riding season this year at Naughton. It opened two weeks early on May 18 and closed 6 weeks later than normal. If you got out for a ride in October or November, you saw everyone with crazy grins on their faces. The trails are closed now to biking. The bridges are removed and the arrows are down. The trails will open for Fat Biking once the ground is frozen, or when we get a groomed snow layer. Stay tuned for Fat Biking details. Please show your respect to the Ski Club and stay off the trails as they get them ready for their members.

Fall Events

The fall riding season is drawing to a close, but winter Fat Biking is around the corner.   Go to the Calendar to find all the information on these extra events.

  • Sat Nov 19 - Trail Work Party - Naughton, 8 - Noon
  • Sun Nov 20 - Trail Work Party - Naughton, 8 - Noon
  • Sun Nov 20 - Last day of riding at Naughton - 2pm Group Ride
  • Sat Dec 3 - Group Ride - Global Fat Bike Day

Fat Biking in Naughton this Winter

Fat Biking is a reality at the Naughton Trails again this winter. I need a couple people from the Fat Bike Community to step up to work on a committee to organize the riding at Naughton this winter. In the short term, you’ll work with the Ski Club’s trail grooming crew to determine when conditions are conducive to Fat Biking. Another item to sort out is the possibility of grooming snowshoe trail to better enable Fat Biking on these trails. In the medium term, there are possibilities to develop Fat Bike only trails. At the moment, the sky is really the limit.

Drop me a note if you are willing to get involved. A meeting will be set up in November to plot a path forward.  Email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.