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Brown County State Park / Hobbs Trail Work Days - May 18
« on: April 05, 2019, 12:21:53 PM »

Hobbs Hollow had a pretty rough winter. An overall wet winter and an historic rain event has the trail in dire need of repair. Come out for one or both days to get this epic trail back to a rideable condition.

If there's interest in camping, let us know so we can try and arrange something.


Saturday and Sunday 10am-4pm


Work will be primarily focused on the first downhill, so we'll park at Hesitation Point.

Facebook event here. https://www.facebook.com/events/1984785868298304/

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HMBA Website Suggestions, Comments, etc. / Who updates the IMBA blurb?
« on: August 16, 2017, 12:56:02 PM »
It looks like the Brown County entry on the IMBA site has not been updated in awhile. Is that something HMBA needs to address or notify IMBA of?
https://www.imba.com/ride-centers/current/brown-county


"Just a short distance from the major metro areas of Indianapolis, Louisville and Cincinnati, Brown County, IN, offers some of the best mountain biking in the Midwest. Highlights include a 27.9-mile IMBA Epic ride and more than 30 miles of singletrack within the state park, with another 12 miles currently being built by the local IMBA chapter, the Hoosier Mountain Bike Association (HMBA).[/size] [/color][/size] [/color][/size]Just a short distance from the state park are multiple options for backcountry singletrack riding in the Hoosier National Forest. Nearby, trails are currently being built in Yellowwood State Forest, and the plan is to connect the trails of all three properties. When that is completed, Brown County could have up to 100 miles of linked singletrack.  Famous for its beautiful fall foliage, Brown County was rated the #1 Weekend MTB Getaway by Singletracks in 2015. There are options to camp or lodge in the park. Or, you could stay and eat in the quaint, nearby town of Nashville, IN, which has been designated an official Indiana art destination and offers everything from breweries and wineries to handmade furniture studios and regular art classes."[/color]

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