The Chequamegon Area Mountain Bike Association has released a series of videos to better tell their story and illustrate available trails and the Chequamegon area.
Despite having been one of the first organizations to develop mountain bike trails in the upper Midwest and now with the longest, most diverse system of trails in the region, many people still do not know about the CAMBA’s extensive system of off-road bike trails.
“We’ve worked very hard over the years to develop and promote our 250-plus miles of single-track and other mapped and marked off-road routes, but every so often, we hear from someone who is just learning about the trails,” said CAMBA Executive Director Ron Bergin.
CAMBA expects this to change thanks to the development of a video series that began circulating last winter. Their latest video, “CAMBA by the Numbers,” takes a quick look at not only the trails but the many aspects of the local communities, environment and lifestyle that together comprise the CAMBA experience. “CAMBA by the Numbers” enumerates such things as local forests, cycling experiences, local scenery, trails and trailheads, events, amenities and special places along the trails.
Previous CAMBA videos include “CAMBA — The Movie,” a trailer featuring some early footage from the project; “Mt. Ashwabay Trails,” a short piece highlighting CAMBA’s northern-most trails; and “Big FAT Winter — A Look at Winter Biking in the Chequamegon Area.” All of these videos, as well as “CAMBA by the Numbers,” can be viewed at http://www.cambatrails.org. “ CAMBA by the Numbers” is posted on the CAMBA home page and viewers can click through to the “Video Series” page to view the rest.
The fifth and final video of the series will be released this month. Titled “Big Woods — Endless Trails,” it will feature some of the most scenic riding locations in the area, unique trail features and trails and trail riding shots. For more information, visit http://www.cambatrails.org or contact CAMBA at firstname.lastname@example.org or 715-798-3599.