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Midwest MTB Racing Recap by Jay Richards October 4, It's hard to think about the mountain bike season coming to a close with indian summer weather on bonus play this year. The nice weather has made for great riding on the favorites and a chance to check out some new ones with the super dry conditions. Also a look ahead to a few more events not previously mentioned.

Fort Ransom is located 34 miles south of Valley City and 75 miles west southwest of Fargo. The park includes almost acres including new acreage purchased a couple years ago and is located in the beautiful Sheyenne river valley. The park derives its name from the original Fort Ransom, named for General T. Ransom, a distinguished volunteer officer in the Civil War. The fort was established in to guard the trail from Fort Abercrombie to the Missouri River.

Fort Ransom as a park opened in July of Last year, trail crews completed almost 17 miles of purpose built multi-use trails that are open to hikers, bikers and horseback riders. I first made a visit to Fort Ransom for the mountain bike event of the Prairie Rose state games in I think it was. The course was the most technical race I have ever done in North Dakota with tight and twisty singletrack but included the unique trail features of riding in North Dakota such as open prairie riding, coulee descents and high speed ski trail descents.

The original singletrack no longer exists today. Instead, riders can find a mix of the above including well built flowing wide open singletrack cut along the steep banks of the Sheyenne valley with views to the river and John Tomac navigating skills make the turns at high speeds. I rode the entire trail system, minus a few cutovers and rode the really fun sections a couple of time. During the ride, I encountered one other person who was walking.

It was interesting going from open field riding to deep woods feel riding including creeks that were still flowing nicely providing for nice background music when stopping and leaves just starting to hit their peak of fall color. Although the area was dead quiet when we were there, talking to Ranger Blaire after the ride, it does sound like the park sees horse traffic on the weekends. With the horse traffic, a couple wet areas were rutted up and one time got caught off guard and hit a mud hole and pure luck kept me from flying to the side and turning in to sage pizza.

There were no mountain bike trails at the ski area but scoping the slopes visions of super D came to mind All in all, a beautiful most peaceful area, especially this time of year and a trip back definitely on the radar.

Fort Ransom Trails from Jay Richards. Aaron Sturgis wrapped up his mountain bike racing season with a trip to Hickory Ridge to check out the new race, Deer Fly Chase. The start line greeted us with temps in the thirties and your classic atv roll-out. It was a controlled roll-out until we took a hard left onto a gravel road with a steep climb and that is when the racing started.

Aaron Swanson and Mike Johnson took immediate charge of the race and set a blistering pace. After the first climb the lead group of about ten had formed, with hard pulls being had up front before we got into the single track. By the time we hit the first single track Chad Sova had made his move and was gone in a flash.

I was able to slowly put the hammer down and whittle the group down to Jack Begley and myself. As I came out of the last single track section I realized I was alone and in utter bliss. I found myself enjoying the flowing single track and the rolling ski trails. After a couple more mud holes I crested the final hill to spectators and the finish line. This, by far, was one of the most fun races of the season. The atmosphere, the riders, the fall colors, and the all around feeling that another season is done made for a great venue.

Of course…now they are not so much a secret any more…are they? Live music, food, camping and costume contest all part of the mountain bike racing action. Video of bridge making and riding. Next weeks report will include a recap from the 24 hour marathon championships and a special interview to close out the season. Jay Richards maintains a very active lifestyle. He somehow finds time between managing a full-time resort Maplelag and bringing up a family of four boys with his wife Jonell, to compete in both mountain bike and a few cross-country ski races.

Thanks to Aaron for his contributions to the mountain bike reports this season. Keep the wheels moving!

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Deb Koepplin wants to remind everyone of the next two upcoming Sheyenne River Valley Chapter events and give you some idea of what to expect. Meet at Rosebud Visitor Center at 9: After the hike will will plan to eat at Sibley Dutch Treat for those interested or you can ride back to Valley City.

We will return to Valley City by early afternoon for those choosing to eat at Sibley. We will have a brown bag lunch Dutch Treat- provided by each individual that day for lunch but will coordinate grilling for the evening meal at the park. At this time we need to you to think about two additional options that require advance reservations and respond to Clyde Anderson with your plans.

Each person will be responsible for the cost of the canoe rental fee. Please let Clyde know if you want to reserve a space for you for this event. There were no mountain bike trails at the ski area but scoping the slopes visions of super D came to mind All in all, a beautiful most peaceful area, especially this time of year and a trip back definitely on the radar.

Fort Ransom Trails from Jay Richards. Aaron Sturgis wrapped up his mountain bike racing season with a trip to Hickory Ridge to check out the new race, Deer Fly Chase. The start line greeted us with temps in the thirties and your classic atv roll-out. It was a controlled roll-out until we took a hard left onto a gravel road with a steep climb and that is when the racing started.

Aaron Swanson and Mike Johnson took immediate charge of the race and set a blistering pace. After the first climb the lead group of about ten had formed, with hard pulls being had up front before we got into the single track. By the time we hit the first single track Chad Sova had made his move and was gone in a flash.

I was able to slowly put the hammer down and whittle the group down to Jack Begley and myself. As I came out of the last single track section I realized I was alone and in utter bliss. I found myself enjoying the flowing single track and the rolling ski trails. After a couple more mud holes I crested the final hill to spectators and the finish line.

This, by far, was one of the most fun races of the season. It was amazing how many bridges such a small town could have! Kara was knowledgeable and so friendly! We would recommend staying here to anyone! We had a great stay. The house was amazing and charming and our room was perfect. And Kara was the best hostess. Will definitely stay there again. The room was clean and comfortable. The house is full of everything you want and much more. The garden is lovely. Super friendly host is more than happy to talk with you at length about the history of the house, and things to do and see in the area.

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The listing was as promised. We had rented the entire house for 3 nights while visiting the city for a reunion. The rooms were clean and had plenty of towels. The location is close to downtown and there is a liquor store and a gas station a block away.

The yard is large and there is some additional off street parking. There is only one bathroom. Kara had a waffle maker that worked very nicely for a quick breakfast. Some feedback it would be the fridge and freezer could be more organized to allow space for guests to store their items upon arrival.

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Do not care to share the bathroom with other guests. Three Oaks Inn will not disappoint. The host Kara was so warm and welcoming. When we forgot one of our bags at the airport she offered to get it and did just that.

If you are a student or family member of one, it's a 15 minute walk from the Inn to the University. The Inn is warm, charming an cozy. It is perfect dor a couple or family. We got free access to a full stocked fridge; toys for our son and a gorgeous and charming back yard and grounds. Our 3 year old son loved seeing the squirrels running up and down the trees and playing with the train set.

My word I could go on and on but it's worth it. But in Valley City, I don't think there are too many other lodging options- which may justify the higher price. The host was very warm and inviting. The neighborhood was very safe. It was more than I expected. We had a great sty in the Green room and had the whole place to ourselves. Kara is a gracious and conscientious host and it was just what the doctor ordered for the weary travelers.

Kara's place is very nice. It felt like home. And Kara herself is very nice and a great host. Three Oaks is a quiet, cozy spot for relaxing while in Valley City.

Memorial Rodeo and Fun Day () Saturday 12th & Sunday 13, (Weekend after Labor Day) Fort Ransom Sodbusters Association Sodbusters Days. Fort Ransom State Park Fort Ransom Sportsman's Club Banquet & Auction. Fort Ransom State Park Events and Activities. This calendar lists special events and activities (activities and programs highlighting the biological, historical and . Fort Ransom definitely is one of the best places to visit in North Dakota this upcoming season if you’re looking to leaf-peep. Once those leaves start turning, the whole place becomes a masterpiece of color with charm to boot.