What's up this week with
Believers On Mountain Bikes (BOMB)

Weekly Update

Good group at Deer Creek last week (pictured above), long days and less crowded trails as the summer solstice draws near.  Many have asked how Brian Crosby is doing after his accident a few weeks ago.  Thank you to everyone how came out to help with yard work and gave to support meals for the family.  Latest information here.  https://www.instagram.com/christin.crosby/ 

Rarely do you get the opportunity to help someone directly and the family will need more help over the next year as he recovers.  Look for the call for help on the Facebook group or this email. 

This week is Floyd Hill and it has something for everyone. Sitting high above Clear Creek canyon, Floyd Hill offers amazing vistas of the Front Range, Centennial Cone and Lookout Mountain. Designed with both biking and hiking trails, this new trail system sits just 15 minutes from Golden just off I-70. The Sluice  is a brand-new 1.3-mile downhill trail and the crown jewel of these world-class trails for bikers

1:Peter 2:9-10
But you are a chosen people, a royal priesthood, a holy nation, God’s special possession, that you may declare the praises of him who called you out of darkness into his wonderful light. 10 Once you were not a people, but now you are the people of God; once you had not received mercy, but now you have received mercy.

The idea of community (the people of God) is woven throughout the Scriptures, where we see that God's design and purpose for our lives is found and formed in a family of faith.  While the BOMB group is no substitute for being connected through a local church, is is a part of being with God.  We can practice being with God in our daily lives though scripture reading, talking to God in prayer and well as being with other believers.  

We do a lot of riding but also build this family of faith in the moments of regrouping, before/after the ride and along the trail.  In these moments,  conversations start that somehow seem to go deeper than the latest new bike component.   I see every year that God brings people to the group to both encourage and challenge each other. Each week seems like the people that are there somehow are chosen to connect for a purpose.   There's just something about the shared experience of a group ride that seems to align with the idea of community laid out in scripture.  Encouraging each other as we attempt the technical climbs, the shared smiles of a fun decent and even a hint that you belong to something bigger and greater than just an individual experience. 

Lots of season left and ways to connect in a safe way.  If you can't make this week, check out the schedule and make plans for sometime this summer.  http://denverbomb.com/schedule/ 

This Week's Ride (Full Schedule)

When: Thursday, 7/16/2020, 6PM
Where: Floyd Hill

Directions: Parking lot/trailhead is on the west side of the large vacant brown building on top of Floyd Hill. I-70 going west, exit 248 toward Floyd Hill/Beaver Brook
Questions: Reply to this email or join the facebook group

This week's ride is in Clear Creek County that along with Jefferson county has a public health order that requires wearing face coverings in Clear Creek County unless social distancing can be maintained.   Read the full resolution here.

There is already guidance on how to safely enjoy the parks and trails. 

From JeffCo Parks:
DO NOT visit parks and public areas if sick; stay home, seek medical care
DO NOT gather in groups larger than 10
Practice social distancing of at least 6’ in parks, trail heads, trails.
Bring your own hand sanitizer and/or hand washing supplies.
FACE COVERING required; use when near others or when passing on the trail
High-risk visitors, use discretion for park visits and public restroom use

Waiver: Mountain biking can result in injury. By attending this ride you acknowledge the risk as stated in the group waiver

BOMB Values:

  1. We believe we are part of God's kingdom, not just a biking club.  We believe in God, his Son Jesus Christ, and the Holy Spirit.
  2. We give thanks and glory to God. 
  3. We put the group first. 
  4. It's about the relationships: We connect with each other, encourage and support one another in Christ.


BOMB Ride Format:

What to expect on a ride (all times are very approximate and will vary from week to week).
5:30 pm Prayer, then about a 2 hour ride
High/Midpoint Regroup, chat a little
8:00 pm Back at the cars for hot dogs

See full
schedule for details.
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