Monthly Archives: February 2017

Video: Stub Bridge Project

Here is a video of last weekend’s amazing trail project at Stub Stewart. With large works parties like this last weekend,  2017 is going to be a big year for Stub! *** Special thanks to AJ Murray for creating this video for us.   Want to help keep the momentum going at Stub? Check out the

Metro Wants to Know

Metro is asking for our help. Through 2016, the Chehalem Ridge Nature Park planning team connected with residents throughout the region to gather opinions on what the new nature park should be like. More than 4,500 survey responses, eight on-site tours, and a series of engagement events have shaped the Park’s draft recommendations. Please take

Huge Big Dig @ Dirt Lab Turnout!

Over 140 folks turned out for the Big Dig @Dirt Lab at Gateway Green on February 11th. The weather was fantastic and much appreciated after the recent storms. Volunteers pulled invasive ivy, picked up trash and of course worked on improving the trails! And, there was an opportunity to ride the trails at the end of

January’s Member Meetup

After drinks, a bit of light food, hey-there, and bike ogling — love the mix at Velo Cult — the meeting snicked into high gear. Michelle Kunec-North of Portland’s Bureau of Planning and Sustainability, herself a competitive off-road cyclist, led an open forum on ORCMP (dig in here). Questions, some tough, were asked, answers were

The Public Land Heist

Special interest groups are waging an aggressive campaign to sell off public lands in the west (get the basics, then learn about Oregon legislation here). Recently, led by the Outdoor Industry Association, 173 outdoor industry CEOs signed an open letter urging President Trump and Congress to keep public lands public. Please join in via an electronic petition