• Date
    Monday October 15, 2018 at 4:00pm EDT
    past event
  • Type
  • Activities
    Mountain Bike
  • Location
    Wahlfield Park, Michigan United States
  • Registration
    Open Free
Perrin Flow 1 year Anniversary & Fall WMMBA Chapter Meeting
Meeting Details:

Wow Where does the time go? It’s been one year since we officially opened the Perrin Flow Trails at Wahlfield, so of course we couldn’t let that pass without some kind of celebration. And it just so happens that’s it’s time for the Fall WMMBA Chapter meeting, so why not combine the two? First off, the great folks of Central District Cyclery will have their demo fleet at Wahlfield from 4:00 to 7:00. Want to check out a new full suspension, carbon hard tail or maybe even a fat bike? Central District will have it for you to demo and they LOVE talking bikes so check them out. Second, we are encouraging you to grab your bike and a few friends and ride Wahlfield that afternoon. It’s been a lot of work out there but the trials are fun and offer something for everyone. Thirdly, the Fall WMMBA Chapter meeting will take place at the Perrin Pub at 8:00 that evening. We have a TON of good stuff going on and this is a great time to find out what your local chapter has been up too. Not a member? No worries, we'll be singing up new members and renewing memberships that evening too. And by the way, did you notice that it’s at Perrin? Great beer and awesome food for that post ride meal. AND, as a added bonus, our friends at Perrin will be offering a “wear your gear, save on beer” special the whole evening long. What’s not to like?

So, get your bike and friends, check out what Central District has to offer, take a few laps of Wahlfield, then come to the Perrin Pub for the Fall Chapter meeting.

It’s going to be fun, so come on out. See you on the trail!


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