August 16, 2019
ABOUT THIS EPISODE
This is a preview of one of our other podcasts produced by The Outdoor Route. Welcome to the 4th episode of CAMBA Country! Ben Welnak and Joe Vadeboncoeur record outside of Riverbrook Bike & Ski in downtown Hayward, Wisconsin. In this episode, Cindy Swift joins the show. Cindy is one of the owners of Riverbrook and was one of the founding people of CAMBA. She shares some great knowledge and experiences about women on bikes, the early days of mountain biking, the Chequamegon 40, CAMBA, TCC ™, Anti-Launch, and more. Get some news and updates too!
RELATED SHOW LINKS
Riverbrook Bike & Ski – https://www.riverbrookbike.com/
Riverbrook Bike & Ski on Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/riverbrookbike
Chequamegon MTB Festival – https://www.cheqmtb.com/
Treeland Resorts - https://www.treelandresorts.com/
Tavern at White Stag - https://www.facebook.com/whitestagfarm/
Vintage Cycle Tour - https://cablehistorymuseum.com/
The Cable Cabin – https://www.thecablecabin.com
CAMBA gravel maps – https://www.cambatrails.org/trails/gravel-riding/
Email CAMBA at firstname.lastname@example.org or contact Ben at email@example.com
CAMBA Country is the voice of the Chequamegon Area Mountain Bike Association (CAMBA). We’ll bring you the story, the people, and the community that has created, fostered, and maintain the Midwest’s premiere mountain biking destination. CAMBA Country is created and produced by us here at The Outdoor Route Productions.
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MORE INFO ABOUT CAMBA
The Chequamegon Area Mountain Bike Association off-road bike trail system consists of over 300 miles of marked and mapped routes through a near-wilderness area of striking beauty and peaceful solitude. Area cyclists have created the CAMBA trail system to make this vast, unique area available to everyone. We hope you enjoy the riding and join with us in preserving this resource.CAMBA embarked on its mission in 1993. Since that time CAMBA has developed a user-friendly network of over 300 miles of mapped and marked mountain bike trails effectively opening a vast region to use by the cycling public. The CAMBA system has been nationally recognized as a model of a well organized, user-friendly trail system and has received extensive regional and national publicity.
CAMBA website – https://www.cambatrails.org/
CAMBA on Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/cambatrails/
CAMBA on Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/cambatrails/
CAMBA trails by trailhead – https://www.cambatrails.org/trails/trails-by-trailhead/
Trailforks for CAMBA area – https://www.trailforks.com/region/chequamegon-area-23946/
Sign up for the CAMBA newsletter – https://www.cambatrails.org/news/enews-sign-up/
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