The Antelope Butte Foundation and the Sheridan Community Land Trust will be hosting a series of mountain bike discovery nights beginning next week. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.
The first of a series of four “Mountain Bike Discovery Nights” will take place next Wednesday night at the Hidden Hoot Trail in Sheridan. Sheridan Community Land Trust Director of Marketing and Development Chris Vrba says that anyone who has an interest in mountain biking is encouraged to attend
Vrba said that there will be two mountain bike discovery nights at Hidden Hoot Trail and two at Red Grade Trail. The two at Hidden Hoot will be August 19 and August 26, while the two at Red Grade will be September 9 and September 16. All riders are asked to meet at 5:45 pm at Black Tooth Park for the Hidden Hoot Trail Rides, and the Base Parking lot for Red Grade Trail rides. All rides will begin at 6 pm and all riders must wear a helmet. More information is available below.
Mountain Bike Discovery Nights
Wednesday, August 19 – Hidden Hoot Trail – Meet at Black Tooth Park
Wednesday, August 26 – Hidden Hoot Trail – Meet at Black Tooth Park
Wednesday, September 9 – Red Grade Trails – Meet at Base Trailhead Parking Lot
Wednesday, September 16 – Red Grade Trails – Meet at Base Trailhead Parking Lot
Participants will meet at designated meet locations at 5:45 p.m. Ride will start at 6 p.m. Helmets are required and the rides will last about two hours. For more information or to sign up to help lead a ride, please visit https://www.antelopebuttefoundation.org/ or https://sheridanclt.org.