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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 to the TCC. 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 16, 2015 at 11:11:27 AM
By TCC - Jordan and Lani

What makes a town a great place for local residents and a destination too? This is a question that we are asked each and every weekend as we visit communities looking to... Read More / Post Comments

Posted: February 2, 2015 at 2:06:25 PM
By TCC - Jordan and Lani

As more and more communities throughout the country hire professional trail builders, new bike optimized trails are becoming more and more common. Riders have access to more variety, greater trail experiences, which in turn opens up the sport to... Read More / Post Comments

Posted: January 25, 2015 at 1:26:52 PM
By TCC - Jordan and Lani

Living on an island has many perks: amazing views abounded by both mountains and oceans, diverse ecosystems precipitated by wet coastal weather, and an amazing connection among community members around the island. These many great things often... Read More / Post Comments

Posted: December 7, 2014 at 5:31:47 PM
By TCC - Jordan and Lani

When the time comes to get involved, stepping up and showing up is what will continually help your cause. In San Diego, CA. that idea continues to ring true as the SDMBA (San Diego Mountain Bike Association) builds relationships by always finding... Read More / Post Comments

Posted: November 24, 2014 at 10:04:26 AM
By TCC - Jordan and Lani

In San Luis Obispo, years of relationship building and positive growth within the trails community have allowed key trail users to be a big part of the trail development discussion. This model, one we accentuate during so many conversations, is... Read More / Post Comments

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