- Last Updated on Friday, 09 December 2016 23:28
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
- Last Updated on Saturday, 10 December 2016 14:40
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.
The Riding Continues at Naughton
- Last Updated on Tuesday, 15 November 2016 00:32
The joy of fall riding continues at Naughton. The amazing weather is allowing us to stay open another week. It will be a little too wet on Tuesday, so the group ride will be cancelled, but the trails remain open for riding until Sunday Nov 12. Come out for the group ride on Sunday. We'll make it a 2:00 pm start, to allow the dew a chance to dry up.
Trails still open at Naughton
- Last Updated on Tuesday, 08 November 2016 01:54
There’s more good new at the Naughton trails. With the dry, warm forecast, the trails are still open to riding for another week, until Sun Nov 6. Make the best of it! Group rides are Tuesday night (if dry enough and with a headlamp) and Sunday morning.
One more week of Riding at Naughton
- Last Updated on Monday, 31 October 2016 22:22
With the great fall weather, the Naughton Trails will be open to biking for another week, 'til Oct 30, two weeks later than normal. The leaves are creating slippery trail conditions, so the grooming crew has sparked up the leaf blower. The lower trails have been done. Depending on the size of the grooming crew on Sunday, a large part of the upper system will be blown off.