Sunday February 9th provided a much needed, rare, sunny day. Not only did we take advantage of it, we basked in it! What a great day to hold a clinic! Switchbacks can be tricky no matter which direction you are riding them. 20 women (w/t/f) had the opportunity to learn the specific steps to take
Focusing in on improving even the most basic skills, like cornering, can have a tremendous effect on your ride experience and confidence level. This proved to be true for the 14 women that showed up on Sunday January 26th for the Beginner Level Cornering Clinic. After a breakdown of 5 key points to follow, each rider
Holding a Trail School in January on the coast can be a chancy roll of the weather dice. Apparently the sun gods favor the bold- 7 trail stewards were welcomed with sunshine and a rare, dry day. Our focus was on the brand new machine-built Upper Chris Cross trail. Due to the generous rainfall on
A few hardy souls braved the elements on Sunday December 1st and enjoyed an awesome guided group ride at Growlers Gulch. The group toured several of the upper trails where they found themselves in a winter-y snow dusted wonderland . Navigating the trails at Growlers can be tricky if you are unfamiliar with the trails.
It was a balmy 35 degrees on Black Friday when 24 Trail Sisters met at Rocky Point to #optoutside together for an intermediate level ride on the north side of the trail system. But this story began several weeks prior in early October at the NWTA Leadership Retreat. The Rocky Point local stewardship team (LST)
Growler’s Outer Limits Dig Day brought 87 hearty volunteers out to finish putting in a 5.25 mile. This trail isn’t called Outer Limits for no reason- crews pedaled themselves + tools up to the work sites ranging from 4.25 to 5.5 miles out from their parking area. They didn’t let that slow them down as
19 Trail Sisters showed up at Growlers for a beginner level ride on Sunday, November 3rd. The sun was shining, the vibe was positive and the trails were fantastic. The forest was alive with plenty of whooping, hollering and laughter- a sure sign of fun! Social hour afterwards consisted of snacks, drinks and conversations of