If I had an infant, the last thing I’d hope for is my petunia-like offspring in an fierce encounter with a fast-moving, multicolored, teenage freerider on a skinny piece of singletrack trail.
No big deal in Mount Shasta. Everyone gets along.
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Put this in your pipe and smoke it:
Since the beginning of 2011, we’ve built 17,115 feet with 645 volunteers (thanks volunteers!). That equates to about 26 feet per person, per project.
So on a typical Saturday Trailbuilding School field session,... Read More / Post Comments
Fall isn’t usually associated with newness – a sentiment usually reserved for Spring. But our visit to the DC area was full of newness and excitement. And we anticipate the sale of a few bikes in the area as a result.
On Friday we participated in... Read More / Post Comments
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