Proposal for Early Summer Road Trip
Coeur d'Alene, Idaho Trail near Enaville, Idaho
June 11 to 18
Trail of the Coeur d'Alene Trail near Enaville, mile 47 on this 71 mile paved Trail.
Trip is June 11 to 18.
The proposed site is the Bumblebee Forest Service Campground about 9 miles up a paved road.
We will ride to Mullan for lunch about 33 miles from camp and then roll back downhill.
Another day, we're off to Harrison for lunch about 41 miles from camp on the flat trail.
You can also take in the Hiawatha Trail, Wallace and Kellogg towns while you're there.
You can camp in your tent or RV. You should see the Moose and other wild things. There is also the famous Snakepit Restaurant in Enaville.
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2020 Peninsula Metric Century (PMC)
MOVED TO - SUNDAY JUNE 7, 2020
Please sign-up if you are not already a member
Your membership entitles you to ride any or all of the TWBC rides, and events.
We will have ride leaders with the first groups leaving shortly after 9:00am. Feel free to leave anytime after 9:00 on your own with a cue sheet, or electronic route map.
Narrows Bridge Park-And-Ride on 6th Ave. MAP
ROUTES on RIDE WITH GPS website
OLDER UNMARKED 100-MILE LONG ROUTE - WARNING - this route is unmarked so you do your own navigation.
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Dear Club Members
Due to COVID-19 precautions, and Governor Inslee’s Stay at Home Proclamation, The TWBC Board has canceled club rides and activities through May 31, 2020.
Rides during this time are Decide To Ride - pick your own start and destination and pretend you are a kid again and explore the world around you. Your distance will count as club mileage.
We will consider a rescheduled date for The Daffodil Ride later in the summer depending on member interest.
Any further action will be determined on a monthly basis. Thank you for your patience during this difficult time.
TWBC Club President
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Pierce County Council adopted 10 year Parks Plan yesterday.
Note this: 3 new projects came from Elected Council; Yelm to Roy Prairie Line, Flume Trail near Buckley and White River Trail. It pays to Advocate your Elected Officials. Signature project is Tacoma Water Pipeline Trail, also as a result of Advocacy starting 15 years ago.
- Bob Myrick, TWBC
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