The NWTA tool trailer needs a permanent safe home. Lumberyard can host the location, but we need to finance building a secure fenced storage area. We need 2500 to protect our valuable resource. That gets 6 years of secure storage.
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Please join the Northwest Trail Alliance (NWTA), the Bureau of Land management (BLM) and the International Mountain Bicycle Association for a Sandy Ridge Trail System (SRTS) trail maintenance and build day, Saturday, April 16th, 2016
Contact: Tom firstname.lastname@example.org
Meeting Time: 9:30 AM (we’ll move to the trail at 10:00AM)
Meeting Spot: Sandy Ridge Trail System parking lot
Trail maintenance focus:
Volunteers will form into small groups and work on areas to prepare them for the winter season.
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NWTA’s volunteer Westside Trail Federation crew puts in much time working the trails in Freeride mountain biking area at L.L. Stub Stewart State Park. It’s a Build. Ride. Respect. thing and that core team of builders has created something we can all be proud about as well as hold up as “this is how it’s done!” when partnering with land managers. anyway, ’nuff of that…
On March 19th, a mini-Stub Fest occurred during a regularly scheduled Stub freeride trail work … Read the rest
Mark your calendars – Saturday May 14, 2016 is the next Sandy Ridge Shuttle Day! Registration is now open so do the click thing HERE and get your tickets now. We only have 200 spots available and tickets will be going fast. Please note that we are NOT selling tickets the day of the event, so don’t put it off. If you are interested in attending, head over to our Eventbrite site and buy your tickets NOW!
Join us for a group ride on the beautiful Deschutes River Trail
Deschutes River Trail
DATE: APRIL 8, 2016
MEETING TIME / LOCATION:
From I-84 take Exit #96 / Celilo. Turn right, crossing the railroad tracks and then turn left onto Hwy. 30 for 4 miles. Enter the State Park after crossing
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We are pleased to introduce you to the 2016-18 board candidates. This talented list of passionate mountain bikers ranges from long-time NWTA volunteers to new names bringing a unique perspective and list of qualifications to the team.
My name is Karalyn; I am a mountain biker, rock climber, and pet lover. Originally hailing from Florida, I am happy to finally be living in Oregon and strive to get out to natural areas as frequently as possible. I … Read the rest