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Now in its 12th year, the Spring Bike Demo at Island Lake is a great chance to talk face to face with people who live the life: building, riding, and maintaining the bikes you want to own. Then, take a few out for a test spin on the road and trails at Island Lake, finding the bike that pulls at your heartstrings.

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Our next Chapter meeting is on March 30th at 7:00 PM at the Claddagh Irish Pub (17800 Haggerty Road, Livonia).  We'll be discussing upcoming trail days, improvements for each trail, and other MCMBA events for the year!  

Agenda is available here.

Also, if you were a FAFL award recipient - your awards are in! Pick them up at the meeting. These are a perfect way to unwind after a long trail day...


Congrats to our 2016 FAFL award winners! 

For almost 20 years, we have recognized significant volunteer efforts with the First Across the Finish Line (FAFL) awards.  Each of these volunteers has reported at least 10 hours of boots on the ground trailwork this year at a chapter trail or at least 30 hours of other chapter advocacy work to further our goals. Our winners are:

  • Michael Faulk
  • Kevin Petts
  • Mike Flack
  • Dave Bastine
  • Don Chisholm
  • Tim Slabach
  • Joe Foy
  • Sharon Foy
  • Nate Sefcik
  • Bill Hermann
  • Loren Konkus
  • Katherine Rose
  • Bryan Mitchell
  • Dean Clark
  • Terry Brown
  • Steve Steinberg
  • Jeffrey Oles
  • Mike Robertson
  • Brian Yost
  • Jean Steinberg
  • Bob Spleet
  • Jennifer Lewis
  • Karen Effner
  • Sarah Vano
  • Mark Dombrowski
  • Mark Newton
  • Curtis Kalina
  • Michael Kearney
  • Dave Cox
  • Randy Kessler
  • James Petiprin
  • Carole Baker
  • Dan VanDeneede
  • Robert Hurley
  • Amber Koa
  • Michael Mcvicar
  • Tom Hermann
  • Jason Martin
  • Gordon Hamilton
  • Don Delagrange
  • John Cobb
  • John Jenkins
  • Dave Hurst
  • Jeremy Kozak
  • Abby Flack
  • Diane Ursu
  • Dave Mackey
  • Wendy Cox

Each of these outstanding volunteers will receive a small token of appreciation from the chapter. Please join us in saying "Thanks!", and let them know you appreciate their work next time you see one of them on the trail.