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Something wicked this way comes

Many people have been checking out my test site for pmbc.org. Since I did that work, I’d put the project on the back burner as I’d been busy with the past school year. I’ve also since been looking at different…

I finally rode!

After all this time of no riding, I finally hit the trail. Last weekend’s Beginner Ride was held at the Arroyo, as usual. It’d been a while since I’d been there and I discovered it’s losing its beginner rideability. The…

Where did March go?

Last month seemed to sneak by me. The good news is that I’m working in Pasadena now, so I don’t have so much of a commute. The bad news is that new jobs tend keep one extra busy for a…

Did you get yours?

The club’s first electronic newsletter went out last night. If you’re a 2005 member, you got one. If you did pay your 2005 dues, but didn’t get a newsletter, email us at our membership address and let us know. We’ll…

2005 Membership Drive

Now that all the rain’s gone, it’s beginning to look like a great new year. If you’re looking for suggestions for New Year’s Resolutions, why not drop $10 to improve your social status by being a member of the Pasadena…

What have I done?

I’ve been on a roll with working on websites. It started with a big school project I wanted to do for my “Computers in the Classroom” class. Then I started tweaking my mom’s art website. In the midst of it…

For Sale board is now DIY

I’ve just installed a new Classified Ads system. It’s a Do-It-Yourself deal, so you’ll have to register if you want to post an ad. Remember, if you’re not a PMBC member, you can’t post an ad. Ads stay posted for…

Burgers ‘n babies

At our last meeting this past Wednesday at Fuddruckers, we got the run of their banquet room thanks to the absense of the Oldsmobile club that usually meets the same night we do. With all the Gomezes, it’s good we…

News updates

Please pay a visit to the Mt. Wilson Bicycling Association’s website for important information regarding the Forest Service’s proposed designations for the Angeles National Forest. They have links to the USFS website explaining the proposals as well as ways you…

Feeling chatty?

Now that ClubMTB.com is charging for their services, we’ll try to move some of its features over to our own site. For now, we now have the new Forums section. To keep the seedy elements out, you’ll have to confirm…