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Jake and Jenny

Bio:Jenny Abraham and Jake Carsten are one of two Subaru/IMBA Trail Care Crews. The Trail Care Crews are professional trail experts, who travel year-round throughout the U.S., leading trail work sessions, meeting with land managers and working with IMBA-affiliated clubs and the communities they serve to improve mountain biking opportunities. Jenny and Jake are both from Austin, Texas, and have experience with training, team leadership, process development, and project management.
Posted: July 15, 2012 at 7:39:41 PM
By Jake and Jenny

Driving to the North Shore trail in Great Falls, Montana had us wondering what we were getting into. Nothing but flat agriculture fields as far as the eye could see. But lo and behold when we crested the ridge was the amazing beauty of the... Read More / Post Comments

Posted: July 9, 2012 at 7:08:23 PM
By Jake and Jenny

The Methow Valley in Northern Washington state has got a lot going for it. Only 4 hours drive from Seattle, their beautiful sunny climate is in stark contrast to the never-ending clouds and rain that persist in Seattle and other towns on the... Read More / Post Comments

Posted: June 5, 2012 at 12:21:56 AM
By Jake and Jenny

The Disciples of Dirt (DOD) mountain bike advocacy organization in Eugene, Oregon, is preaching and practicing the gospel of sustainable trail and mountain bike advocacy management with a vengeance. The... Read More / Post Comments

Posted: May 28, 2012 at 1:59:30 PM
By Jake and Jenny

Hood River, OR, is already known for good riding, and if the number of spandex-clad and armor-clad riders we saw at the local Safeway was any indication, people are coming from all over to enjoy the wide variety of mountain bike trails and other... Read More / Post Comments

Posted: May 13, 2012 at 6:33:19 PM
By Jake and Jenny

For our trail project in Mt. Shasta, California this past weekend, thirteen volunteers joined us in building a bermed turn, which will help riders carry their momentum through the tight turn, rather than sliding out or locking up their brakes... Read More / Post Comments

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