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Molalla Trails Plan

Project Number: 
BLMT10_02

Performed assessment and re-design of existing riparian trail system for hikers, equestrians, and mountain bicyclists.

Value: 
< $10K
Dates: 
Monday, January 25, 2010 - Thursday, September 1, 2011
Federal Partners: 
Bureau of Land Management
Region: 
Pacific
Project Type: 
Plan/Design
Location Type: 
Backcountry
Trail Type: 
Singletrack
Location: 

Molalla, OR US
45.149116, -122.574460

Punch Line-Two Dog Trail Construction

Project Number: 
BLMT11_02

Follow these links for more information on this project:

http://www.imba.com/news/IMBA-BLM-punchline-trail

http://www.imba.com/blog/chris-bernhardt/new-flow-trail-takes-shape-hailey-idaho

Value: 
$10K - $49K
Dates: 
Sunday, May 1, 2011 - Saturday, July 30, 2011
Federal Partners: 
Bureau of Land Management
Region: 
Pacific
Project Type: 
Construction | Plan/Design
Location Type: 
Backcountry
Trail Type: 
Flow Trail
Location: 

Hailey, ID US
43.522041, -114.314630

Rockville Trail Relocation

Project Number: 
FPRD10_01

Design and construct new multi-use singletrack trail to replace unsustainable trail segment.

Value: 
$10K - $49K
Dates: 
Thursday, April 15, 2010 - Tuesday, June 15, 2010
Region: 
Pacific
Project Type: 
Construction | Plan/Design
Location Type: 
Suburban
Trail Type: 
Singletrack
Location: 

Fairfield, CA US
38.255706, -122.039900

Lacks Creek Trail Planning 2010

Project Number: 
RCAA10_01

Redesigned proposed trail system to avoid sensitive habitat areas and still provide an enjoyable trail user experience.

Value: 
< $10K
Dates: 
Thursday, July 1, 2010 - Sunday, October 31, 2010
Federal Partners: 
Bureau of Land Management
Region: 
Pacific
Project Type: 
Plan/Design
Location Type: 
Backcountry
Trail Type: 
Singletrack
Location: 

Arcata, CA US
40.873805, -124.080960

Arcata Bike Park Presentation

Project Number: 
BFCC10_01

Visited several sites within the community to assess them for opportunities and constraints pursuant to developing a community bike park.  Gave presentations to mountain bicyclists, land managers, and other stakeholders about the benefits of urban bike parks, including a discussion of success stories from North America and the world.

Value: 
< $10K
Dates: 
Tuesday, October 5, 2010 - Sunday, October 10, 2010
Region: 
Pacific
Project Type: 
Plan/Design
Location Type: 
Urban
Trail Type: 
Bike Park
Location: 

Arcata, CA US
40.872767, -124.084050

South Hills Trails Plan

Project Number: 
BLMT10_08

For more information about this project visit: http://www.imba.com/blog/chris-leman/blow-my-pedals

Value: 
$50K - $99K
Dates: 
Saturday, January 1, 2011 - Thursday, June 30, 2011
Federal Partners: 
Bureau of Land Management
Region: 
Pacific
Project Type: 
Plan/Design
Location Type: 
Backcountry
Trail Type: 
Singletrack
Location: 

Burley, ID US
42.537398, -113.793120

King Range Trails - Paradise Royale

Project Number: 
BLMT10_04

Mountain bikers, like other trail users, are conservation-minded folks who believe very deeply in stewardship.

Over the last few years IMBA has worked closely with federal agencies to protect and conserve public lands while providing opportunities for recreation.  One great example is the King Range Trail System in Northern California.

Value: 
$200K - $500K
Dates: 
Thursday, April 1, 2010 - Monday, November 1, 2010
Federal Partners: 
Bureau of Land Management
Region: 
Pacific
Project Type: 
Construction | Featured
Location Type: 
Backcountry
Trail Type: 
Bike Park | Flow Trail | Singletrack
Location: 
King Range
Shelter Cove, CA US
40.062833, -124.052290

Sandy Ridge Trail

Project Number: 
BLMT11_01

Just what is a Flow Trail?  IMBA’s Jill Van Winkle thinks of it as “having a rhythm and tempo.  It doesn't have to be smooth and easy as long as it's consistent.”

Value: 
$200K - $500K
Dates: 
Saturday, January 1, 2011 - Saturday, December 31, 2011
Federal Partners: 
Bureau of Land Management
Region: 
Pacific
Project Type: 
Construction | Featured
Location Type: 
Backcountry
Trail Type: 
Flow Trail
Location: 

Sandy, OR US
45.399414, -122.261009

Black Rock

Falls City, Oregon
The Black Rock Epic offers gravity-oriented mountain bikers a dream area, set in a classic Northwest forest. After a quick spin up the 3-mile access road (closed to vehicles), riders find themselves faced with a difficult decision: Which ridiculously fun trail to take? Choices range from the beginner-friendly Bonzai line to the gaps, drops and wooden features (milled from local trees) on Granny's Kitchen.
 

Length: 
99
Units: 
m

South Yuba Epic

Nevada City, California

Looking for the ultimate singletrack adventure? Then the South Yuba Epic has your name all over it. Located about 20 miles north of Nevada City on the far west side of the Sierra Nevada range, the South Yuba is more than 35 miles of mountain bike bliss. A highlight of this ride is the nearly 17-mile stretch of singletrack along the South Yuba River.

Although you'll be hard pressed to find a rock or root on this trail, don't be fooled into thinking this is an easy jaunt. The tight singletrack and numerous short, steep climbs will test you.

Length: 
34
Units: 
m
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