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Mntn Bike: Black Rock Ride and Trail Work with Women of COTA

  • Wednesday, June 19, 2024
  • 9:45 AM - 1:00 PM
  • Sun Lava Trail at the Canoe-Takeout parking lot near Circle 7 in SR
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Black Rock Ride and Trail Work with Women of COTA

When:  June 19, 2024.  Arrive by: 9:45 a.m., Roll out at 10 a.m., End at 1 p.m.

Where:  Meet at the beginning of the Sun Lava Trail at the Canoe-Takeout parking lot near Circle

7 in Sunriver.

Ride Description:  This is a beginner/intermediate trail with about 400' elevation gain heading toward the

Lava Butte Visitors' Center. Riding should take about an hour each direction, leaving an hour for

raking and brushing trail work with Women of COTA. The riding distance is about 2 miles

from Sunriver to the beginning of Black Rock trail and 4.3 miles each direction on the

trail to and from the Visitors' Center. There are restrooms at the Visitors' Center.

There are 4 short rock gardens that are more challenging, but they are short and can be

easily walked through. Michelle Brown, a Crew Leader with Women of COTA will lead

the work party (brushing and raking of less than a mile of the trail), and will

demonstrate her rock garden skills along the way through 4 rock gardens. It will be a fun

ride and an opportunity to see how fun it is to work with Women of COTA and to

contribute to maintaining our trails. Black Rock is actually in pretty good shape, so a

great one to start with.

Gear:  A helmet is required. Women of COTA may provide helmets that meet both cycling and

hard hat standards, as required by the Forest Service. Bring snacks and drinks, bug repellent, sunscreen.

Leaders: Shawn Barrett, , (541) 760-9338

                Michelle Brown (COTA), , (707) 407-7875

                Sweeper: Renee Bumbliss, , (541) 420-0605

When registering, you will need to agree to the waiver below:   

waiver-release of liability 0124.pdf

The Sunriver Women's Club (SRWC) is a  501C (3) nonprofit community service organization that welcomes members from Sunriver and the surrounding communities. 

The essence of the SRWC is to be a caring partner to our neighbors, nonprofits in south Deschutes County, local businesses and visitors.

The majority of our members are from Sunriver, La Pine and Bend-everyone is welcome.  Members participate in social and philanthropic activities.  The membership year runs from October 1 through September 30, but you may join in any month. Click on JOIN US to start your membership process.

Sunriver Women's Club
18160 Cottonwood Road, PMB 865, Sunriver, OR  97707

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