Hunua Working Bees 2010 – first one Sunday 16th May

The great people at ARC Hunua have set the below dates for us to head in for Working Bees to work on the MTB network at the Hunua Ranges. The ARC provide some very helpful tools and resources as well as paying for rotten rock for weatherproofing and resources for bridges etc.We go for a pre-Working Bee ride to ‘suss out’ the trails and what work to do, so it’s lots of fun. Let us know you’re coming (email us) and we’ll shout you a high energy lunch and ARC will provide a replenishing BBQ dinner!

Meet at the Maungatawhiri car park at 8.30am if you want to go for a ride, or at 10.00am to rip straight into the work.

As usual, the club will look after you with a high energy lunch and the fine folks at ARC Southern Park shout a BBQ afterwards – this is if you let us know you are coming!

So drop Kris an email or bell him on 09 444 1446 or mobile 0274 955 966.

There is also the opportunity for you and your mates to get a team together and head out and work on the tracks any time of the year. Just give Ranger Scott Kusabs a call on ph: 2924267 to confirm some appropriate dates.

2010 dates
Please note that there is a very light possibility of alterations to this calendar throughout the year – please stay in touch if you wish to be informed. Subscribing to our e-newsletter is the best way to do this.

Sunday 16th May
Sunday 13th June
Saturday 4th September
Saturday 2nd October
Sunday 14th November

As with last year. If you attend three or more of the club working bees we’ll hook you up with a free club membership for the 2011 year.

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