When we talk to clubs and land managers, we really try to promote dialogue and cooperation between groups. By partnering with land managers, other user groups, and even other bike clubs in the region, you can pool resources, exchange ideas, raise... Read More / Post Comments
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
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