Cape Cod Mountain Bikers to Hold Toy Drive and Bike Ride

December 8th at Cape Cod Airfield

The Cape Cod Chapter of the New England Mountain Bike Association aka Cape Cod NEMBA will be hosting it’s annual Toy Drive and Bike Ride on Sunday December, 8th at 9am at the Cape Cod Airfield 100 Race Lane, Marstons Mills Ma 02648

Due to the tremendous popularity of this event (last year saw over 120+ riders), the location has been moved to the Cape Cod Airfield to accommodate a larger amount of people. Cape Cod Airfield is nestled in the woods between the ocean, lakes, and beaches of Cape Cod and is located next to the West Barnstable Conservation lands known as Trial of Tears.

This event is open to the general public. Anyone curious about the surging mountain bike scene on Cape Cod is encouraged to attend and ride. Please bring a new unwrapped toy or canned food with you to donate.

According to Frank Merola, Treasurer of the Cape Cod Chapter “due to the tremendous popularity of this event, this year we will have a special visit from the C-O-M-M Fire Department and have a fire truck for the kids to explore and play one. Anyone looking to bike or explore the vast West Barnstable conservation trails should attend. We thank participants for your toy or canned food donation and local bike shops, the Cape Cod Airfield and C-O-M-M Fire district for their contributions. Happy Holidays”

For more information on the event go to: https://www.nemba.org/events/cape-cod-nemba-toy-drive-ride

For more information on the Cape Cod Airfield go to: http://www.capecodairfield.com/


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