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TCC - Jordan and Lani

Bio:Hey, Lani and Jordan here! We are IMBA's 18th TCC and are excited to see some new dirt. We come from Ketchum, ID where we both spent lots of time enjoying the outdoors, skiing peaks, playing in whitewater, and of course riding bikes. Our goal is to share our passion for the outdoors and for trails with organizations all over the country. We love to travel, play outside, try new food and we love our ice cream. We are excited to ride and visit communities all over the country. Hope we get a chance to visit yours! See you on the trail!
Posted: February 7, 2016 at 7:57:39 AM
By TCC - Jordan and Lani

Establishing a definitive trail plan that identifies your community’s opportunity for trail networks and interconnectivity through town is a vital step in the planning process. As population continues to boom in certain parts of the country,... Read More / Post Comments

Posted: January 31, 2016 at 11:39:43 AM
By TCC - Jordan and Lani

A steady buzz of excitement was in the air as a diverse group of interested volunteers funneled into the Kanab Library. Currently in their infancy stage, the mountain bike community in Kanab, UT has already made some exciting strides toward... Read More / Post Comments

Posted: December 13, 2015 at 7:49:00 AM
By TCC - Jordan and Lani

Developing partnerships with local land managers is arguably the most critical step in ensuring successful trail development. Without the land manager’s support, how can sustainable trail development take place?   It is nothing new that... Read More / Post Comments

Posted: December 7, 2015 at 4:00:25 PM
By TCC - Jordan and Lani

As one of the more progressive states for trail development, Arkansas is hard at work creating quality trail experiences for residents and tourists alike. Our recent visit to Jonesboro, AR brought many like minded trail advocates and land... Read More / Post Comments

Posted: November 15, 2015 at 2:55:50 PM
By TCC - Jordan and Lani

We’re all too familiar with the chicken or the egg scenario, which one came first? Well, in the mountain bike world this can be applied to local trails and local mountain bikers. Can a community have an organized group of mountain bikers without... Read More / Post Comments

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