Since 2003, Commonweal Conservancy has purchased more than 9,000 aces within the Galisteo Basin to create the largest privately managed, non-profit owned open space and trails network in the American West. With generous support from volunteers, more than 28 miles of hiking, cycling and equestrian trails have been developed for public use. To ensure the open space and trails of the GBP are available to you and other community members for years to come, they need your support today.
The 6th race of the NM CX series will be taken place this Sunday, Nov 13th, @ Balloon Fiesta Park. Sport Systems 505 Cycling has designed a great course with sandy turns & run ups, wide roads, fast and power sections. It has the whole package!!
Registration is now open @ New Mexico Sports On Line or at the day of the race for an extra $10.00 dollars.
The southwest's last and biggest century of the year is only two weeks away! Saturday, November 19th join 9000 other cyclists in taking over Tucson for the day. The big one is 106 miles, with many other distances available. Details here: http://www.perimeterbicycling.com/el-tour-de-tucson/
Come to Kaktus Brewery in Bernalillo this Friday, October 21st for a New Mexico Regional Bicycle Celebration. It will be 5pm to 9pm, and is accessible from the Railrunner. The address is 471 S. Hill Road, Bernalillo. All NM cyclist welcome.
Meet at the MRC on the Caja del Rio road, and ride to Dead Dog trail head. Meet at 12pm at the entrance to the soccer/sofball fields. The road out is easy technically, but there will be an option of harder stuff on the way back. Go to www.sfct.org for more details
New Mexico's last century of the season is this Sunday, October 23rd. Here is the link to the website: http://www.dayofthetread.com/ . There are 12, 26, 54, 64, 80, and 100 mile routes. Start is at the Albuquerque Downtown Civic Plaza, the 80 and 100 mile rides start at 8:15. Here is the complete schedule: http://www.dayofthetread.com/schedule
Take a social bike ride around Santa Fe seeing a collection of murals. Lead by Tim Rogers, this is the fall community cruise. Meet at 9:30 at the "Photo Fence" in the Railyard, and back by noon.
Contact Tim at 505-989-7019 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
You can support the Fat tire Society today, Wednesday September 14th by shopping at Whole Foods! 5% of all purchases at both the Cerrillos and St. Francis stores will be donated to SFFTS and support trail building and maintenance.