TRAIL REPORT (2/16/17): Not many riders this week. Only can report based on what I see. The trails have held up quite well this week. It's been cold at night which has helped. I expect that their are some bad spots along the trails, particularly out in the open, but the trails I've been past along the roads are still snow covered. I would expect the trails in the woods are still pretty good. Their talking 50's and rain on Monday. Ride while you can. This could be the end.
GROOMING SCHEDULE: All trails have been groomed this week.
Thanks again to all of the volunteers that put in a ton of hours brushing and grooming the Longville trails.
For more information regarding lodging and restaurants in the Longville area, go to www.longville.com.
President Darren Week
Vice President Roy Flohaug
Treasurer Larry Gavin
Trail Coordinator Roy Flohaug
Our club was originated on October 10, 1978, with a membership of approximately 18 members. Over the years our membership has grown to 170. We own and operate a 2009 Tucker and a 1998 ASV to maintain over 100 miles of our trail system. We are all volunters.
Our annual fund raising banquet will be held on Saturday January 14th this year.
Our trails are the Chippewa West and South, The Woodlake, Triville and the Lost Girl trail. We groom 3 trails on Mondays, Thursdays,and 2 trails on Tuesdays and Fridays. We will also be grooming on weekends to meet the high useage demands on some weekends. Please watch for our groomers on the trails, and be careful around them. We also purchased a brush cutter for our drag to eliminate over growth.
Trail work is complete. We have posted STOP signs on the Wood Lake, Chippewa south intersection, WATCH for them.
Meetings are held the 1st Thursday of the month, September thur April. We also have a club picnic in August in the town of Longville. Club rides are scheduled every Wednesday when trails are ridible. Club Membership applications available at the Musky House Marine, One Stop Gas Station .