Flow. That's the concept behind many of the trails in Brown County State Park. Now plans are in place for a new "Flow" trail. Imagine a one-way, downhill-optimized dirt rollercoaster of a trail starting at the top of Hesitation Point and linking up with the Green Valley trail. But we need your vote to make this happen sooner rather than later!
Your vote can help Brown County win a $100,000 grant from Bell Helmet for work on the Hobbs Hollow trail. This brand new 3-mile segment of trail will be jam-packed with bermed turns, step-ups, rock drops, and tabletop jumps along its a 2-mile descent with 360 feet of vertical drop, more than any other trail in the state.
Bell Bike Helmets is partnering with the International Mountain Bicycling Association (IMBA) to give away $100,000 in trail grants in its Bell Built Facebook contest. With more than 100 applications submitted, twelve trail projects have been selected as finalists in three different categories – Pump Track, Flow Trail and a Downhill. One winner will be chosen in each category.
You can find additional informatiion on the Hoosier Mountain Bike Association (HMBA.org) website.
Cast your vote and tell your friends and help bring more sweet singletrack to Brown County Moutain Biking. Vote Midwest and give some love to Elm Creek, MN (pump track) and Copper Harbor, MI (downhill)!
VOTE BROWN COUNTY HOBBS HOLLOW FLOW TRAIL – NOW THRU APRIL 1
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