Monthly Archives: December 2017

NWTA’s ORCMP Testimony

Portland’s Parks Board is currently deliberating on the merits of Portland’s Off-Road Cycling Master Plan (ORCMP). The outcome will be a set of Parks Board recommendations flowing back to the Bureau of Planning and Sustainability, as well as to City Council for consideration when the ORCMP comes before them for their vote. NWTA has provided

Call for 2018 Northwest Trail Alliance board candidates and administrative volunteers!

The Northwest Trail Alliance’s (NWTA) mission is to make Portland, NW Oregon and SW Washington, a recognized and acclaimed haven for mountain biking and off-road cycling. The NWTA is an all-volunteer organization, from trail building to advocacy work with local and state leaders. We are looking for bright, diverse, committed, professional individuals to join our board or

Input Needed: Timothy Lake Trail Improvements

Through the end of the year, Portland General Electric (PGE) is surveying trail users with regard to planned improvements to the Timothy Lake trail system in the Mt Hood National Forest, including: • Improvement of the overall condition of the trails: Removal of safety hazards, mitigation of resource damage, repair of structures, restoration of the

Get Well, Park

Park Chambers, a fixture in Portland’s mountain biking scene for decades, recently suffered a heart attack. We wish Park a speedy ride on the trail to recovery. Urge him on. Send a card; tell him a story of how much mountain biking, Fat Tire Farm, and he means. Direct your cards to: Park Chambers Fat Tire Farm