Highlights From the Singletracks Ride-n-Rally at Mulberry Gap
Perfect spring weather conditions for the Ride-n-Rally, photo: Jeff Barber
Early morning (off-trail) action happening around the Barn. Sponsors including Specialized, Wahoo Fitness, Club Ride, and The Drop came to show off their latest and greatest mountain bike products. photo: Jeff Barber
Mulberry Gap’s Camp Store is stocked, complete with vintage mountain bikes. photo: Kate Gates
Limited edition rally rag bandana. Wear it, wipe down your bike with it, or use it as a torniquete in an emergency. 🙂
Raffle winners went home with awesome prizes from Club Ride, The Drop, and Five Ten.
Chill vibes (and tops) from our friends at The Drop. photo: Jeff Barber
Specialized Epic and Stumpjumper bikes feeling right at home in the North Georgia woods! photo: Jeff Barber
There were Wahooligans and ELEMNTs all over the trails. Mulberry Gap still has a few demo units you can borrow with all the Ride-N-Rally trail routes loaded. photo: Kate Gates
This party is bumpin’ and it’s not even 10am yet. photo: Susan Brock
A fun-filled day of riding and clinics and demos. photo: Kate Gates
Tasty post-ride (or mid-ride?) beverages. We enjoyed Sweetwater’s newest brew, Guide Beer. photo: Kate Gates & Susan Brock
Maxxis shuttled riders to Windy Gap for an epic gravity ride.
Thanks for the lift, Maxxis!
Big crew taking on Ellijay’s classic Bear Creek/P1/P2 ride, led by local Mike Palmeri of NGMBA.
Ninja Mountain Bike Performance put on four mini-clinics over the weekend! Ninjas never stop. photo: Jeff Barber
So many skills to learn, so little time. photo: Jeff Barber
Staying at Mulberry Gap gets you a big breakfast feast each morning. Did someone say pancakes? photo: Jeff Barber
Old and new friends meet to eat at the Barn. photo: Jeff Barber
More shuttles, please.
They were smiling like this the whole ride 😉 photo: Leah Barber
Ed charging down Windy Gap! photo: Jeff Barber
photo: Jeff Barber
The Specialized Epic Evo was a great choice for the weekend, even on rough trails like the upper portion of Windy Gap. photo: Jeff Barber
And still smiling 🙂 photo: Leah Barber
Chris gives it his all at the Mulberry Gap hill sprint for a chance to win some (more) Club Ride gear.
Ah, Mountaintown Creek trail. photo: Ross Monckton
Sweet, sweet singletrack! photo: Ross Monckton
Best way to cross a creek on a mountain bike? Just go for it. photo: Ross Monckton
The bike carry works, too. photo: Ross Monckton
Good times. Great friends. photo: Ross Monckton
Also, we want to thank all of our sponsors for making this event possible. Click the links below to show them some love!