Trail Solutions has a valuable partner in the Maine Winter Sports Center. MWSC's mission is to create a sustainable model for rural communities in Maine. Preserving Maine's winter sports heritage is their anchor, but snow isn't on the ground 365 days a year and over time singletrack and mountain biking have become part of their programming to improve local quality-of-life as well.
Shortly after IMBA’s World Summit conference, Trail Specialists Dan Hudson and Tammy Donahugh visited Newark DE to view and discuss feasible locations for a local pump track and flow lines.
Newark’s local chapter, the Trail Spinners, are well distinguished in planning, fundraising, and building great trails, but this will be their first foray on a bike park style project. Jim Ireland, president of the Trail Spinners, made sure to involve all of the proper stakeholders as well as provide Trail Solutions with a handful of possible locations and ideas for what could be achieved.
Mid Atlantic RD Frank Maguire was able to combine some generous local donations with Trail Building Fund to allow Trail Solutions to spend two weeks in St Marys County Maryland to help one of IMBA's newest chapters make some long-overdue improvements to their main trail system.
Red Bud Run is a modest high quality trout stream in the Shenandoah River basin. Recently acquired by Virginia's Dept of Game and Inland Fisheries (VDGIF), Trail Solutions' developed and implemented a trail plan that both serves park neighbors and supports conservation and education efforts along the stream itself.
Trail Solutions returned June 2012 for a third time to western Maryland to share the latest in hand- and mechanized trailbuilding techniques with a new generation of land managers, advocates, and seasonal trail crew.
A carrier pigeon just dropped off the latest report from IMBA Trail Specialist Joey Klein, who is continuing his multi-year trail effort to build the Paradise Royale trail at California's remote and spectacular Lost Coast.
The guidance on this website, and in other IMBA documents, is for reference only and should not be interpreted as a standard, specification or regulation. Mountain biking is inherently risky and could result in injury or death.