Heatherwood Bike Park Update
We are on our way to opening the Heatherwood Bike Park this fall. The tentative date for the opening is October 19, 2019. Did you know that the Heatherwood Bike Park will be among the first biking trail of this type in Pennsylvania? We could not have made the progress that we have on this project alone. Below are some of the many collaborators, sponsors, and volunteers that are working hard to bring this project to life!
Mainspring is incredibly thankful to our local breweries for coming together to create a special beer to benefit the Heatherwood Bike Park. Pour Man’s Brewing Company, St. Boniface Craft Brewing Company, and Black Forest Brewing Company created an “Ales for Trails” brew that was incredibly popular in our community. Sales of the “Ales for Trails” collaborative raised $7,648. That is a lot of beer and a lot of thanks!
A huge thank you to AJ’s Pop-Up Mini Golf for their recent support of the Heatherwood Bike Park. Four years ago, the Van Grouw family started AJ’s Pop-Up Mini Golf in Lititz. The 18-hole golf course features a new theme each year, with this year’s theme being “All Across America.” The pop-up experience was open on August 17th and 18th with donations going towards the Heatherwood Bike Park. We are so grateful for the $1,225 that was raised by AJ’s for our efforts.
How can you still contribute?
You can still contribute to our GoFundMe page for the Heatherwood Bike Park by visiting our GoFundMe page.
We have raised almost $3,500 from community members just like you!
We are also still looking for volunteers!
Our Heatherwood Bike Park volunteers have already put in countless hours getting the area ready and cleaning up the grounds. Thank you to Tim at Eagle View Landscaping and SAMBA (Susquehanna Area Mountain Bike Association) for all of your support as we continue to make exciting progress! Please check our Facebook page to see when the next workday will be!