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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: November 24, 2014 at 9:04:26 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

Posted: November 17, 2014 at 6:42:04 PM
By TCC - Jordan and Lani

As we made our way through the eroded fall line trail, just above Comanche’s grave, we were enlightened about the horse’s historical significance as we bobbed an weaved through the encroaching poison oak. Apparently, the warhorse survived many... Read More / Post Comments

Posted: November 10, 2014 at 11:41:03 AM
By TCC - Jordan and Lani

Building relationships and developing a community following is a critical point in mountain bike advocacy. We emphasis the importance of building these relationships through having a diverse organization of bike and trail enthusiasts and how much... Read More / Post Comments

Posted: November 3, 2014 at 12:11:54 PM
By TCC - Jordan and Lani

We have all heard about the benefits of mechanized trail building. It’s an efficient way to get quality trail on the ground while allowing local volunteer organizations to work on developing their community education and integration. But the... Read More / Post Comments

Posted: October 25, 2014 at 5:25:27 PM
By TCC - Jordan and Lani

Community buy in and support is a component of trail development that we emphasize weekend after weekend. Bringing a variety of community members to the same table to discuss trail development is a vital part of a great trail organization. The... Read More / Post Comments

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