SATURDAY, APRIL 26, 2014
NORWAY RIDGE TRAILHEAD
WERTH ROAD, ALPENA, MI
Sponsored by the Dork Brothers Racing Team & TBTA
EVENT: 2.5 & 7 mile Trail Run/ Walk
REGISTRATION: 8:00 am – 10:00 a.m. on Race) At Norway Ridge Werth Road 3.5 miles west from Alpena MI.
Race starts promptly at 10:00 a.m.
AWARDS: Special Awards for Overall and Masters male and female winners.
Age Group Awards (1st & 2nd) in the following – both male and female:
10 & under; 11-13; 14-16; 17-19; 20-29; 30-39; 40-49; 50-59; 60-69; 70+.
Awards ceremony directly after race.
Download Your Application For Further Details!!
MARCH 14-16, 2014
Friday March 14th:
XC SKI Trails open to Fat Bikes from 4pm-9pm (Trail Passes $5)
Registration for Fat Bike Races 4pm-9pm
($50 Race Registration includes Friday-Sunday Trail Pass)
Saturday March 15th:
Fat Bike Race Registration 9:00am-1:30pm ($50)
10:00 am Open MEN Race (4x 5mile course) Overall Award
12:30 pm Sport MEN Race (3x 5mile course) Overall Award
2:00 pm Women & Beginner Men (2x 5 mile Course)
January 10, 2014 Jordan Travis – News Staff Writer
If you go to Norway Ridge or Chippewa Hills pathways this winter, the Thunder Bay Trails Association has just one favor to ask: leave the groomed ski tracks for the cross country skiers.
The association’s groomer leaves a pair of parallel grooves in the snowy paths, one for each ski. But hikers and snowshoers have been repeatedly trampling these twin ruts, ruining hours of volunteer work by association members, volunteer groomer Ron Anderson said.
Its that time of year again where we are asking that you post your winter ski/walking trail reports.
Let others know of your findings and experiences on the trails with a short detailed report so everyone can be prepared properly for conditions.
You can also post Trail Reports to Nordic Ski Racer to tell about your personal experiences on the trails
August 2, 2014
North End Park
Hubbard Lake, MI
This event is for the adventurous, Michigan-loving athletes. Located in Northeast, Michigan on Hubbard Lake, this event offers a view and race experience like no other. Hubbard Lake being the 4th largest shoreline distance lake in Michigan offers a beautiful, unforgettable view for the entire event. This event offers an Olympic and sprint distance triathlon, with relay options and of course the Hubbard Lake Cycling Road Race.
A Winter Weather Advisory goes into effect at 4 p.m. Monday and lasts until 4 a.m. Tuesday. Snow will arrive mid to late afternoon and pick up in intensity this evening, before tapering off shortly after midnight.
Michigan Weather Watcher - Michigan, here we go again. This is the updated forecasted snow totals as of 1PM. Gas up those snow blowers. Ready those shovels. But most of all stay safe if you need to be on the roads.
Download the Thunder Bay Trails Association Newsletter for the month January 2014
Implementing Michigan’s Comprehensive Trail Plans
TUESDAY, January 21, 2014
Grand Traverse Resort, ACME, MICHIGAN
Purpose of the day:
To identify priorities and three actions by trail user type for their work over the next five years. To identify collaborative priorities and establish three actions to be addressed collaboratively among all
trail user types over the next five years.
Michigan Mountain Biking Association to team up with League of Michigan Bicyclists and Michigan Trails & Greenways Association
When: January 26, 2014
Where: Michigan State University Pavilion 4301 Farm Lane, East Lansing, MI 48824
The Michigan Bicycling Expo is open to the general public. It is a great opportunity to connect with passionate cyclists of all disciplines, find great deals with the vendors, and to celebrate the advocacy efforts of the past year.
December 6, 2013
ALPENA – The Department of Natural Resources Natural Resources Trust Fund board approved Alpena’s grant application for a trail head on the North Eastern State Trail.
The $350,000 project will build bathrooms, a pavilion, parking areas and bike racks, all near the North Eastern State Trail’s southern terminus at Woodward Avenue, according to site development plans. Matching funds will be provided by several area organizations, including the city through in-kind donations and the Alpena County Youth and Recreation Fund. The $245,000 grant will be matched with $105,000 in local donations.
|1||Jared LaBarge||M!9||18.48||101||Trina Gray||F38||31.31|
|3||Shawn Husband||M42||19.02||103||Tanya Flanner||F36||31.37|
|4||Darren Donakowski||M29||19.49||104||Beverly LeTourneau||F49||31.52|
|5||Nathan LaBarge||M21||19.56||105||Paul Westberg|