November 2022 News

I hope everyone has a Happy Thanksgiving!!!

News for 11-24-2022
Across the Beeriers Weekend

Press Release
The AOC Twilight isn’t the only bike race in town! Get your gravel or mountain bike ready for a little off-road racing at Across the Beeriers, two days of cyclocross racing held in Athens, GA at Southern Brewing Company (Dec. 3) and Terrapin Beer Co. (Dec. 4) on Dec. 3 & 4 as part of the Georgia Cyclocross Series.

Categories from beginner to expert, along with kids races, highlight the two days of outdoor fun at these beloved Classic City breweries. Cyclocross racing is a unique, non-Olympic discipline of cycling that can best described as a cross between road cycling, mountain biking, and steeplechase. Watching cyclists dismount their bikes to run up stairs and steep embankments often arouses questions about the origin of the sport. Although it is difficult to find the exact reason, many legends have it that cyclists would race from town to town off-road to bring a new element to road racing. These off-road adventures could have often required dismounting to hop fences and impossible terrain.

Come race and enjoy delicious local brews Saturday AND Sunday!

The Chestnut Family Foundation Awards MTB Atlanta $1 Million for New Trail Construction in Metro Atlanta
From MTB Atlanta
Press Release

MTB Atlanta to utilize award to construct 24 Miles of new Multi-use Trail and new Hard Surface Pump Track

(ATLANTA, Georgia, November 23, 2022) — The Chestnut Family Foundation has awarded the Southern Off Road Bicycle Association, Atlanta Chapter (MTB Atlanta) $1,008,535 to be utilized for the construction of 24 new miles of multi-use trails and the development of a new hard surface pump track. Eight parks across Metro Atlanta will benefit from the award. The award is one of the largest gifts awarded by a single donor in the history of the Southern Off-Road Bicycle Association for new trail construction.

“This award will assist MTB Atlanta in our mission to meet the demand for building new multi-use soft surface trails for mountain biking and passive outdoor recreation in the Metro Atlanta region,” Brett Davidson, Executive Director of MTB Atlanta said. “We are so thankful to the Chestnut Family Foundation for this award. Their support of our mission is greatly appreciated and will benefit mountain bikers, hikers and trail runners across Metro Atlanta. The demand for multi-use trails in Atlanta is at an all-time high in the wake of the Covid19 pandemic and the commitment made by the Chestnut Family Foundation has moved every shovel ready project we have in development into construction. All of these shovel ready projects have been brought to existence and are “half-way there” because of the sweat equity of MTB Atlanta volunteers and public grant awards. This single donation will move all of these projects to completion and the award will make a huge impact on the landscape of mountain biking and outdoor recreation in Metro Atlanta for generations to come.”

The Chestnut Family Foundation Award will fund MTB Atlanta’s professional trail building program and crew, MTB Atlanta Pro Trails, who will manage projects and construct new trails in Cobb, Coweta, Carroll, Troup, Fulton, Spalding and Rockdale Counties.

Philip Darden, Executive Director of the Southern Off Road Bicycle Association (SORBA) noted, “This generous donation from The Chestnut Family Foundation to MTB Atlanta will be a game changer for natural surface trails in the Metro-Atlanta area. With improvements spanning multiple locations across the city, more and more residents will be able to get outside and enjoy trails right in the neighborhoods where they live. And as one of the largest gifts in SORBA history, it shows the value that MTB Atlanta, as well as our other 46 chapters across the southeast, bring to their communities. My hope is that the trend continues, and we see similar strong investments in our chapters, both in Atlanta and beyond. Thank you to the Chestnut Family Foundation for your support to help change the landscape of natural surface trails in Atlanta!”

See the article for all of the trails that will benefit!

News for 11-23-2022
Joey Rosskopf to team Q36.5

Joey Rosskopf of Decatur, Georgia moves from Human Powered Health to the new team Q36.5. The team will compete at the ProTeam level (level below the WorldTour) in Europe in 2023. Joey said “”Looking at the roster I feel very fortunate to be included in this new cycling project, surrounded by so many other talented riders, and I look forward to tackling the challenges that arise and building @q36.5_procycling team together.”

The calendars (see the menu at the top of the page) are up to date with any 2023 dates I have. As usual, mountain bike and gravel have way more dates than road. Road dates don’t start coming out til about late January. I’ll keep updating as I usually do. If you know of a date or are a promoter and have your 2023 date, please contact me!

News for 11-18-2022
Mt. Tabor Work Party

From MTB Atlanta
Sat., Nov. 19 9am-noon Mt. Tabor Trail Work Party Join us for a trail Work Party at Mt. Tabor Park in Paulding County this Saturday November 19th form 9-12. We will be working on Fall cleanup. Meet at the MTB Trailhead parking lot at 9. Please wear long pants and closed toed shoes and bring a pack, gloves, water, snacks, bug spray and your epi pen if you are allergic to bees. We’ll bring some snacks and drinks, tools and know how! See you there!

2023 Calendars
I am woefully behind updating the 2023 calendars but hope to have any dates that have been released up by the end of next week. I’ve been busy every weekend with Georgia Cyclocross, a change in my job at work (full new team and new job function), health challenges that never seem to end and are getting a bit more complicated, and just “stuff” and trying to live my life. Anyway, I’m working on them slowly but surely! I know our good friends at Chainbuster Racing have released their tentative 2023 schedule for the for Southeastern Endurance Series, so here it is.

January 28, 2023
The Gobbler 6/3 at GIHP
Conyers, GA

February 25, 2023
Oak Mountain 6/3
Pelham, AL

March 25, 2023
Race for the Rose 6/3 Hour Fundraiser Race

May 6, 2023
Road Atlanta 6/3
Braselton, GA

October 14, 2023*
Big Ring at Jackrabbit
Hayesville, NC

November 4, 2023
Battle for Paynes Creek
Hartwell, GA

News for 11-14-2022
Blankets Creek Work Party

From SORBA Woodstock
Saturday, Nov. 19 at 9 am Come join us at Blankets Creek on Saturday, 11/19 for our November work party! Lunch will be provided. Wear appropriate clothes for the weather and closed toed shoes!

News for 11-9-2022
Allatoona Work Party

From MTB Atlanta
Cancelled!! Saturday, Nov. 19 9 am-Noon, Trail Work Party- Allatoona Creek Park. Join us every 3rd Saturday for our monthly work party at Allatoona Creek Park. Each month we get together to give back to the trails at Allatoona Creek Park by hosting a work party to perform trail maintenance work to keep the trails at the park in top shape! Meet at the main parking lot at Stilesboro Rd. and be ready to go at 9. Wear long pants, closed toed shoes, bring gloves, a pack, water and snacks and your epi pen if you are allergic to bees. We’ll be working on demoing two bridges- one on Mason’s and one on Voodoo to get ready to replace them with new ones. We provide lunch, tools, trail knowledge and a ton of STOKE!

News for 11-8-2022
Middle Georgia CX Glamour Shots Ready!

My Racer Glamour Shots from the Macon race are up at If anyone purchases a photo from the Macon race, I’ll edit it for free!

Laura Brayfield (FastA** Racing) shows her “best side” during the Single Speed race in Macon, GA

South Rockdale Community Park Trails Work Party
From MTB Atlanta
Join us for a Trail Work Party on our trails at South Rockdale Community Park in Rockdale County Saturday, Nov. 12 9 am-Noon. We will be doing some corridor clearing, tread work, clearing drains and some general Fall Cleanup. Meet at the main parking lot at 3909 East Fairview Road, Stockbridge, GA 30281.Please wear long pants and closed toed shoes and bring a pack, gloves, water, snacks, bug spray and your epi pen if you are allergic to bees. We’ll bring some snacks and drinks, tools and know how! See you there!

News for 11-5-2022
American Criterium Cup

The American Criterium Cup will return in 2023 with over $100,000 in overall prizes. The only southeastern stop is the Sunny King Crit on May 8 in Anniston, AL.

News for 11-4-2022
Gravel Night Rides at Dirty Sheets

From MTB Atlanta
MTB Atlanta/Senoia Cycles Dirty Sheets Gravel Tuesday Night Ride begins Tuesday November 8th 6:30
Chattahoochee Hills, Georgia- November 1st. 2022

The 6th addition of the Dirty Sheets Gravel Tuesday Night Ride begins Tuesday November 8th at 6:30 PM. This year’s ride is sponsored by the good folks over at Senoia Cycles. It’s our 6th Season running and we ride the classic Dirty Sheets route from New Hope Church. Be ready to ride at 6:30 PM and expect a 10-12 mph average over 20ish miles. 12/15/20 mile options. Please choose the appropriate route that you can finish in 1:30 hours or less. You are required to have a handle bar light, a helmet light and a rear light. Wear appropriate clothing, be self sufficient and be able to handle a flat or a mechanical in the dark and be able to navigate back to your car on your own. Parking is at New Hope United Methodists church at 7875 Atlanta Newnan Rd, Palmetto, GA 30268 on the loop.
The rides runs weekly through Daylight Savings time. You must sign a waiver to be on the ride.
This ride has a great following and is an excellent way to stay in shape and enjoy some winter riding. If you like the Dirty Sheets in the day, you’re gonna love it at night. Hope to see you there!

News for 11-2-2022
Winter Bike League Calendar
From the WBL

Trish’s Note: There really is only one original WBL
The board of the WBL is proud to announce the 2022-2023. WBL calendar. It’ll be go time before you know it.
Ride # 1: Saturday 3 December 2022: The HUB March to Madison Opener (4 hours)
Ride # 2: Saturday 10 December 2022: Phunky time to Philomath (4 hours)
Ride # 3: Saturday 17 December 2022: Function to Paoli Junction (4 hours)
Dec 24th: Unofficial Official Santa Stroll (Less than 2 hours)
Ride # 4: Saturday 31 Dec 2022: Non-Pro Sprint: Don’t fall in love at the Jersey Store Classic (4 hours)
Ride # 5: Sunday 1 Jan 2022: Ladies Sprint to ILA (3 hours)
Ride # 6: Saturday 7 January 2023: Pro Sprint # 1: Classic City Bread Homer The Hard Way Classic (4.5 hours)
Ride # 7: Saturday 14 January 2023: Pro Sprint # 2: First American Wiggly way to Royston Classic (4.5 Hours)
Ride # 8: Saturday 21 January 2023: Pro Sprint # 3: Bill Riecke’s Alto World Cup (6 hours)
Ride # 9: Saturday 28 January 2023: Pro Sprint # 4: Parks Law Eatonton (5ish hours)
Ride # 10: Saturday 4 February 2023: Pro Sprint # 5: Team Type 1 Elberton Granite Festival (5 Hours)
Ride # 11: Saturday 11 February 2023: Pro Sprint # 6: Crowe Law Lula Lobotomy (5 hours)

News for 11-1-2022
Union City Fondo & Gravel Grind

From Gran Fondo Guide
Spin the District wraps up the 2022 season with the Union City Fondo & Gravel Grind
“The day began as most October mornings do: dark and chilly and, for our ToughSkin Open riders, on a steep downward spiral. That’s right, after a neutral start, this year’s official start began 400’ down to the bottom of Martin Marietta’s Red Oak Quarry, a deep, rocky pit of granite and glory from which our most extreme mixed surface riders were forced to rise like shivering, helmeted phoenixes. Now, a 40-degree morning might seem cold on the surface, but rest assured, it’s nothing compared to the chill of the depths. The deliciously frigid misery of the pit gave our riders the motivation they needed to hit out hard and make tracks up the 22% grade back to the top. A million thanks to Martin Marietta for giving this year’s ToughSkin its ridiculously extreme start, inspiring that special mix of giddiness and rage that kept us going for the full 200 kilometers and 8,300’ of elevation.” Read the full article.

News for 10-23-2022
Big Sugar Gravel Race

Georgians Michael Garrison (Hagens Berman Axeon) and Lauren de Crescenzo (Cinch Rise) competed at the Big Sugar Gravel race on Saturday in Bentonville, AR. Lauren finished a strong 5th in the Pro Women. Michael finished 52nd in the Pro Men. He finished about 30 minutes down on Lauren. Read some prerace interviews on and at Girls Gone Gravel on Instagram. GGG also has coverage of the women’s pro race.

October 2022 News

Happy Halloween!!!!!!

News for 10-23-2022
Big Sugar Gravel Race

Georgians Michael Garrison (Hagens Berman Axeon) and Lauren de Crescenzo (Cinch Rise) competed at the Big Sugar Gravel race on Saturday in Bentonville, AR. Lauren finished a strong 5th in the Pro Women. Michael finished 52nd in the Pro Men. He finished about 30 minutes down on Lauren. Read some prerace interviews on and at Girls Gone Gravel on Instagram. GGG also has coverage of the women’s pro race.

News for 10-20-2022
SBI Three Bridge Tour

From The South Brunswick Islands Rotary Club
The South Brunswick Islands Rotary Club (NC) is hosting the Three Bridge Tour on Saturday, November 5th in Sunset Beach NC. This bike tour offers a unique opportunity to traverse our county and cruise across the three featured bridges of Sunset Beach, Ocean Isle Beach, and Holden Beach. Riders have the option of three routes, 10 miles, 34 miles or 67 miles. Each route is fully supported and promises to be memorable. Proceeds from the event will be used for local and international Rotary projects with many providing experiences and learning opportunities that will enrich the lives of the children and youth in Brunswick County. More info and registration:

News for 10-17-2022
Boundary Waters Cycloross Photos Up!

My photos from the Boundary Waters CX Race are up at Lots from the whole day except when I was racing! Did I get your smiling face or pain face? Please support your local photographers and purchase a photo or two!

News for 10-13-2022
Big Creek Quick Six Enduro

The Big Creek Quick Six Enduro was held by RAMBO at the Big Creek trails in Roswell, GA on Saturday, Oct. 8. 200 racers competed in 6 stages in the freeride/enduro park. Pinkbike has the recap of the entire event.

Allatoona Creek Work Party
From MTB Atlanta
Join us this Saturday for our monthly work party at Allatoona Creek Park. We’ll break up into a couple small groups and tackle a few projects. Meet at 9AM in the main parking lot on Old Stilesboro and bring a friend. We’ll supply the tools and lunch.

  1. Turtleback reroute
  2. Voodoo connector work
  3. Kiosk build
  4. Tool maintenance and Pod organizing

News for 10-11-2022
Gravel World Championships

Georgian Michael Garrison competed at the Gravel World Championships in Italy this past weekend. He finished 27.44 minutes down on the winner, Gianni Vermeersch of Belgium. Lauren de Crescenzo also raced. She finished 11:44 down on winner Pauline Ferrand-Prévot of France. Congratulations to both of you!

News for 10-10-2022
Grant Park Photos Up!

My photos from the Grant Park CX Race are up at Lots from the whole day except when I was racing! Did I get your smiling face or pain face? Please support your local photographers and purchase a photo or two!

News for 10-9-2022
Rope Mill 3.3 Mile Trail Run and Dirty Duathlon presented by Northside Hospital – Cherokee

From Mountain Goat Adventures
Join us for our SORBA Woodstock Season Finale at Rope Mill Park November 12, 2022! This is everyone’s favorite event where you can race as a solo or on a team. Pair up with your spouse or kids! The opening bike loop will be 5.5 miles on the Mill Trails, followed by a 3.3 mile trail run on Explorer, and finally a 5.5 mile bike on the Avalanche Trails. The course covers all the trails at Rope Mill Park! Solo, 2 and 3 person beginner/family team categories are available in the duathlon. We will be using traditional mountain bike race categories, as we have done in the past, to help alleviate congestion on the opening bike loop. The run is short enough that those who do not typically run still have plenty of time to start training!

All participants receive a super comfy t-shirt and those that register by October 21st also receive a commemorative coffee mug. Prizes and awards presented to the top 3 in each duathlon category. Post race snacks and drinks available. IMPORTANT DATES: October 12th – Last day for early event pricing, October 21st – Guaranteed shirt size deadline HAVE FAMILY MEMBERS WHO ONLY WANT TO RUN? We are also offering a separate 3.3 mile trail run on the Explorer Trails at this event for those who would prefer to just participate in a run.

We are partnering with SORBA Woodstock to bring you this event. SORBA Woodstock has built and maintains the trails at both Blankets Creek and Rope Mill Park. These events serve as major fundraisersfor the Chapter – please come out and show your support by either racing or volunteering!

Want to volunteer at this event for SORBA Woodstock? We need you! Please send an email directly to with your shirt size and availability. Volunteers are needed for registration, parking, course marshaling and bike patrol. Want to help work on your local trails?

News for 10-6-2022
All for One Century!

From the Promoter Trish’s Note: This is for an amazing cause! The Van Purser Foundation helps cyclists in time of need with financial grants. It could be from a health issue, bike collision, etc.

All for One Century! For a great cause-helping your fellow cyclists in time of need. ALL proceeds from our ride go to the Van Purser Foundation which supports cyclists in times of genuine need. It’s the only organization like it in the country. More information can be found at The ride was originally scheduled for October 1st, but due to Ian we have rescheduled it for October 15th. The ride leaves from North Point Church @ 4350 North Point Parkway, Alpharetta, GA 30022 on 10/15 @7:30am. The routes are on the roads that have made the Webb Bridge group ride a favorite for years. Our ride is THE ride by cyclists for cyclists and benefitting cyclists. The routes include distances of 29, 64, and 100 miles and each registration includes a t-shirt and an award winning BBQ lunch. We also have a great raffle to support the foundation. A link to register is here.

News for 10-5-2022
Terri Palmeri Retires from SORBA

From SORBA and Terri Palmeri
I will retire as Executive Director of the Southern Off-Road Bicycle Association at the end of 2022. It’s been a long and inspiring journey for the past 18 years with my love of mountain biking. It all started when I accepted an invitation from my future husband, Mike Palmeri on a mountain bike trip to Wales, UK in 2004. I was already an avid road cyclist and I thought “what the heck” how hard can it be to ride a bike in the woods? Three months later, with many cuts, scrapes, and bruises, we joined a group of fellow mountain bikers on a guided mountain bike tour of Wales. I had a wonderful time and was inspired by the local trail systems that our guide commented had changed the fabric of communities and local economies for the better. Read her full retirement statement.

News for 9-30-2022
Hellhole Gravel New Dates

From the Promoter
New Dates Oct. 14-16, 2022 We’ve landed on new dates and we appreciate everyone’s patience and understanding regarding the postponement of the Hellhole Gravel Grind Stage Race! OPTIONS FOR REGISTERED RIDERS (1) Keep your registration (no action is required) or (2) Reach out to us an request a race credit. Credits are valid for one year and can be used at any of our future events. We cannot credit for merchandise. We have also re-opened registration. New registration will be waitlisted pending openings. Due to the proximity to the make-up dates, we cannot guarantee t-shirt sizes. Be advised that we may change the route pending damages from Hurricane Ian. Stay tuned and thanks again for your patience!

News for 9-29-2022
Blanket’s Creek 3 and 6 Hour Race is ON!

From Mountain Goat Adventures
Last Chance for the Blankets Creek 3 and 6 Hour Mountain Bike Race presented by Free-Flite Bicycles – Registration Closes Friday Sept. 30 at 5 pm!
We have been watching models for Hurricane Ian and the latest models predict the storm continuing to move east, which means minimal rain and no dangerous wind for Northwest Georgia. Current rain predictions for Saturday are down to 0.18 inches and given that the trails are exceptionally dry and in need of some moisture, we are moving forward with the 3 and 6 Hour Race on Saturday, October 1st as scheduled.

Pecan Shaker Cancelled
From the Promoter
We’ll cut straight to the chase. Faced with many non-optimal, and even downright terrible scenarios, we have made the difficult decision to cancel the Pecan Shaker for 2022. We are transferring everyone’s registration forward to Bird Dog 100 on November 5th or, if you’d like, to any of our rides in 2023. Please reach out to Ally at if Bird Dog doesn’t work for you. If you ordered a t-shirt, we will be mailing those starting next week.

Please see their Facebook page for all of the information and the full post.

Cotton Country Century Postponed
From EC Velo
Unfortunately, due to Hurricane Ian, the 2022 Cotton Country Century ride is being postponed in order to ensure participant safety, which is of paramount importance. We are looking at potential dates for a reschedule, more information to come. Please stay tuned and thank you for your understanding and continued support!

Bike for Boys & Girls Clubs Ride Cancelled
From the Promoter
We are saddened to announce the cancellation of the 2022 Bike for Boys & Girls Clubs Ride scheduled for this Saturday, October 1st. After several discussions with the Washington County Emergency Management Agency and local officials, we believe canceling this year’s ride is the safest and most prudent thing to do due to expected winds and our heavy reliance on local emergency responders to carry out this event safely. This is with much regret, as much planning, time, and resources have gone into this event to make it both a success for our Washington County Boys & Girls Club and a memorable experience for our riders! We hope you will join us at the 2023 Bike for Boys & Girls Clubs Ride.

King & Queen of the Watershed Postponed
From the Promoter
The Piedmont Fat Tire Socity has postponed the Kin & Queen of the watershed until Oct. 9.

News for 9-28-2022
Semper Fi Century Date Change

From the Promoter
The safety of our riders and volunteers is of the utmost importance to us. Due to the effects of Hurricane Ian, and the potential for heavy rainfall in our area this Saturday, we regretfully must postpone the date of this year’s event to Saturday October 15th at 9:00 AM. Printer’s Ale is changing their Oktoberfest Celebration to October 15th also, so the same fun Oktoberfest themed atmosphere will still be in place! If you haven’t yet registered, you can still get in on the action by visiting us at

Van Purser Foundation Ride Postponed
From the Promoter
Dear AFO Participants – In the interests of safety and participant enjoyment, and given the severity of the expected weather conditions this weekend, the Board of the Van Purser Foundation has decided to postpone the AFO 29/64/100 to Saturday, October 15. We hope that the revised date will fit everyone’s schedule, and that Mother Nature will bless us with pleasant weather as she has in prior years. Planning and conducting this large event requires a considerable volunteer effort, and we hope our volunteers will be able to shift to the 15th. If you’re a volunteer and cannot make it, then please let us know ASAP. Also, for the sake of goodwill and participant relations, the Board will offer a refund to any registrant that cannot participate on the 15th. Given the mission of the foundation, we respectfully request you to consider your unused registration fee a donation to the foundation. Refund requests should be submitted to We hope to see you on the 15th, under clear skies! Sincerely, Board, Van Purser Foundation

Hellhole Gravel Grind Stage Race Postponed
From the promoter
The Hurricane Ian track has shifted a bit for the worse and we are now expecting 6-10” of rain and heavy winds. Potential for flooding and wind damage are expected through Saturday evening. We have made the decision to postpone this weekend’s race and will have a new date announced by week’s end. Registered participants will have the option of keeping their registration or be credited for any of our events for the next year. No action is needed at this time. Stay tuned for further updates and thanks for the continued support!

Pisgah 111/555 Postponed
The Pisgah 111/555 off road races have been postponed until Oct. 22.

News for 9-27-2022
Hurricane Ian

If you were planning to do any races or events this weekend in Florida, Alabama, Georgia, or the Carolinas please keep an eye on the weather. Many promoters have already put out word that they are watching the hurricane. Keep tuned to their social media channels for the latest on the event you are trying to find information on.

News for 9-23-2022
Break-Ins at MTB Trails

From MTB Gwinnett
Do not leave anything valuable in plain sight in your cars at the park. Harbins Park had 2 cars with windows broken out last Saturday in the middle of the day. This has been going on for years at Yellow River Park for years in playground, bike and equestrian lots. Your best defense is to park away from other cars, leaving a minimum of 2 spots between. These thieves get in between two cars acting like they are getting in or lost their keys, then use a towel to soften the blow. Keep an eye out for your fellow Mountain Biker‘s cars. Trish’s reminder: Always take or hide your purse, laptop, bag, wallet, etc. Always always always take your keys, driver’s license, and phone with you.

News for 9-21-2022
Shmidt Places 6th at the UCI World Time Trial Championships

Artem Shmidt, a Mission Devo Alumnus, placed 6th at the UCI Junior World Time Trial Championships in Wollongong, NSW Australia this week. Artem was on the developent team 2016-2020. Next year he will race U23 with Hagens Berman Axeon. Congratulations Artem!

About Mission Devo (from their website) Mission Devo Cycling is a 501(c)(3) designated junior cycling team dedicated to providing the support, skills, and coaching necessary for our team members to reach their highest potential. We embrace diversity and provide the support necessary for our team members to participate in all aspects of training and racing.

News for 9-19-2022
National Public Lands Day – Lakeside Trails, West Point Lake

From MTB Atlanta
National Public Lands Day – Lakeside Trails, West Point Lake, Sat., Sept. 24 8:30 am-1:00pm
Join MTB Atlanta and the US Army Corps of Engineers, West Point Lake for National Public Lands Day. This year we will focus on much needed corridor clearing, mowing and sight line maintenance along the Turkey Run and Mayors Mile sections of the Lakeside Trail system. Limb lopping, weed eating and mowing are in the scope of work. We will have DR Brush mowers, loppers, and ground tools. Please RSVP to this event so that we can notify the Corps regarding a headcount for lunch (provided 11-1) by Wed. Note, the address listed is the corps office, but we will actually meet just past the office at the Eagle View Parking lot just below Resource Mgmt headquarters and visitors center.