PA SUP Championships

Hannah Brewer & Steve Brewer took up a new sport, then RACED it...!!!

HERE are a few pics from their event:

PA SUP Championships

Hannah - 4th Place (Women's OPEN)

Steve - 5th Place (Men's OPEN)

ABRA White Park MTB

Kirk Morrison raced the ABRA White Park MTB:

HERE is his story:

Race Name: ABRA White Park Mtb/USAC WV State Championships
Race Location: White Park, Morgantown, WV
Race Category: Expert Masters 50+
Finish Place: Kirk - 4th

Web Address to Results:

Comments: One of my favorite Mtb races with excellent organization by JR and Gina.

Fun 3.5 mile, multi-lap course with numerous rock and root sections. 95F+ temps and high humidity made for a challenging event.

In spite of my acrobatic crash (over the handlebars and landed on my back without touching my helmet) and subsequent mechanical repairs, the combination of small fields and numerous DNF's rewarded me with a 4th place finish.

Post race activities included a visit to the new Don Knotts statue that was unveiled the morning of the race in downtown Morgantown. 


Best Regards,


Big Bear Ultra Lite

Kirk Morrison and Mike Maher attended the WVMBA Big Bear Ultra / Lite mountain bike race this past weekend.

Men's Open Ultra-Lite (20 mile)

Mike took 13th Place

Kirk took 15th Place
Here are a few words from Kirk's Race Report:

Morning rain and fog with slippery spots on the trails and mud.

Challenging but fun race. Both Mike and I finished with no major crashes or mechanicals. 

Based on his last event here (Big Bear 2x12: see Blog Post below), Mike carried along additional medical supplies but fortunately, none were needed at this Big Bear race.

We both agreed that our 3-ish hour race efforts deserved a more daunting event name than "ultra lite". 

 Great after-race party with tables of food as well as recovery beverages!


Butler One-Two Cycling

"Butler One-Two Cycling", is a group of Butler, Pennsylvania Uni-Cycle and Bi-Cycle riders who have banded together to make Alameda Singletrack a reality.

The name "One-Two" comes from: ONE wheel for unicycles, and TWO wheels for everyone else!

Below is a map of the two currently completed trails.

We are currently working on three additional loops.

PINK is due to be completed next, and is 50% ridable.

BLUE and ORANGE have been marked with flags and very rough cleared, but are not scheduled for completion until late 2016.

Ultimately, there will be ~20 miles of trails built in Alameda Park.

You can visit them on Facebook @AlamedaSingletrack