Mark your calendar for Saturday, April 12, 2014! There’s going to be a huge party at The Pour House in Fort Worth benefiting the club. It couldn’t happen at a better time! We need your support, so be sure to wear your favorite FWMBA T-shirt or jersey. There will be craft beers, music and food to
Mayor Betsy Price and Councilman Dennis Shingleton,
FWMBA has done an exemplary job to present our club as a professionally run association dedicated to building, maintaining and operating singletrack, mountain bike trails. It was with this spirit that FWMBA became a stakeholder in the Lake Worth Vision Plan.
The Fort Worth Mountain Bikers’ Association members, its executive board and trail stewards are very disappointed in this news of a potential to develop a hike/bike trail along a southern oriented trail alignment along the river inside MSP.
In an effort to engage the membership and build community, we’ll be kicking off the season of trailhead club meetings on April 1st at Gateway Park. Please spread the word that we will NOT be meeting at Backwoods again until the clocks fall back in November. We will be alternating between our two trails. May’s
Sean Meredith of Bicycles Inc’s (Granbury Rd.) is organizing a FWMBA contingent of volunteers to clean up the east-side of mountain bike trail where it nears Interstate 35 during the Cowtown Clean-Up on Saturday, March 22 from 8am-11am. Contact Sean at 682-559-9386 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to let him know you’re coming out. Meet at the northeast corner of Beach
FWMBA received a statement from the City of Fort Worth attorney’s office on Friday, February 28. The statement allows the mountain bike trails at Gateway and Marion Samson.Parks to remain open as FWMBA continues to secure a general liability insurance policy per its agreement with the city. Until insurance is secured FWMBA will not