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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: August 2, 2015 at 6:35:00 AM
By TCC - Jordan and Lani

Urban areas have always been pressed to look for creative ways to integrate trails in city, state, and regional parks throughout the city. Metropolitan Minneapolis is one of the leading examples on how this can be done in a way that provides... Read More / Post Comments

Posted: July 27, 2015 at 8:51:08 AM
By TCC - Jordan and Lani

With the continued growth of the sport of mountain biking, trails have the potentail to become greater community assets for many reasons. Trails have the potential to bring new faces to town from not only a tourism standpoint but also from a... Read More / Post Comments

Posted: July 19, 2015 at 11:05:27 AM
By TCC - Jordan and Lani

The instant we pulled into the small mountain town of Telluride, Colorado, it felt very special.  The breathtaking peaks and ridges of the San Juan Mountain Range tower above the historic town, providing some of the most incredible views of... Read More / Post Comments

Posted: July 12, 2015 at 2:04:44 PM
By TCC - Jordan and Lani

The Roaring Fork Valley of Colorado is known for it’s high-end culture, massive rocky peaks and extensive access to trails and open space. With great recreational opportunities, Aspen and the surrounding region including Carbondale and Glenwood... Read More / Post Comments

Posted: June 28, 2015 at 6:08:09 PM
By TCC - Jordan and Lani

            Ideally, digging in the dirt should be the easy part.  But before any Pulaski’s or chainsaws are busted out, a lot of work needs to take place to make the digging worth the sweat, blisters and... Read More / Post Comments

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