Subaru-IMBA Trail Care Crew: Santa Cruz, CA
2011 Subaru/IMBA Trail Care Crew: Santa Cruz, CA
Date: Saturday, March 26
Hosted by: Mountain Bikers of Santa Cruz (MBOSC)
MBOSC would like to thank generous sponsors for supporting MBOSC in improving Santa Cruz’s green spaces for the health of both its citizens and economy in an environmentally protective way: Micks Auto, Epicenter Cycling, Digital Media Factory, Specialized Bicycles
Contact: Shannon Armstrong
IMBA Trail Building School
9AM-12PM: Classroom instruction
Location: 2809 Mission (across from the West Side Farmer’s Market), Santa Cruz, CA 95060. Thanks to Digital Media Factory for donating space!
Please enter through the door to the left of the loading docks. If you bring a beverage with you, please make sure it has a lid.
12-1PM: Lunch provided at Wilder Ranch State Park. Thanks Michele Lamelin & Lindsay Overton for organizing this!
1-5PM: Trail work at Wilder Ranch State Park
6PM: Celebratory drinks and dinner
Location: Seabright Brewery
519 Seabright Avenue (at Murray), Santa Cruz, CA 95062
Thanks to Seabright Brewery for providing discounted brews & food! Must be present to win raffle goodies from Caletti Cycles, Ibis, Specialized and more!
Trail work happens rain or shine. Please do not plan to attend the trail work portion of the school if you can't attend the morning classroom session. Likewise, please reserve the Seabright Brewery celebration for those who attend the Trail Building School.
Registration is required to attend this event to ensure enough tools, food and other supplies are available for all volunteers. Please register early to help us plan.
What to bring:
Bring appropriate footwear and clothing to stay dry and warm. Some suggestions include: sturdy close-toed shoes or boots, long pants, long-sleeved shirt, sun screen, hat, water bottle, gardening gloves, Tech-nu or other poison oak repellant
What to leave at home:
Your bike. We will drive to the trail work area in the park trucks to maximize our time working on the trails. Please either plan to carpool to Digital Media Factory and then park at Wilder Ranch or lock your bike at the historic grounds for the duration of the trail work.
Check back here, or go to www.MBOSC.org for more details closer to the event date.