IMBA Trail Care Crew (L.L. Stub Stewart State Park)
|09/15||Tom Hofmann (altasno)|
|09/14||Michael Whitesel (michaewh)|
|09/14||Marina Mont'Ros (malesso)|
|09/14||Amy Singmaster (Amy)|
|09/13||Charlie Biggs (Charlie Biggs)|
|09/13||Mark Pickett (Mark Pickett)|
|09/01||Joe Rykowski (Joe Rykowski)|
Are you ready to move beyond simply riding your local trails and learn to build them? The free Subaru/ IMBA Trailbuilding School will be held in Portland Sept. 30 through Oct. 2, 2010. Chris and Leslie Kehmeier, Subaru/ IMBA Trail Care Crew experts, will be teaching the art and science of trailbuilding with the internationally recognized Trailbuilding School.
Preregistration is required. To register visit www.imba.com and go to Subaru/IMBA Trail Care Crew section, link is on the bottom left - "Register Now" https://www.imba.com/civicrm/event/info?reset=1&id=56 (Additional contact = Will Heiberg (firstname.lastname@example.org)).
Subaru/ IMBA Trailbuilding School Schedule
Thursday, Sept. 30
5:30 p.m.: Social event with the Trail Care Crew at the Lucky Lab in Northwest Portland (1945 NW Quimby), swag giveaways and a mountain bike movie. Starts at 6:30, drop on by for a chance to meet and talk to the IMBA Trail Care Crew and hang out over a few frosty beverages!. See nw-trail.org.
Saturday, Oct. 2
9 a.m. - noon: IMBA Trailbuilding School, LL Stub Stewart State Park cabin village conference center. (Breakfast and snacks provided by the Northwest Trail Alliance.)
Noon: Lunch (provided by the Northwest Trail Alliance)
1-5 p.m.: Trail work in LL Stub Stewart Mountain Bike area, 30380 Northwest Highway 47, Buxton, OR 97109.
Sunday, Oct. 3
9 a.m. - 1 p.m.: Mountain Bike ride in LL Stub Stewart Mountain Bike area. Sunday is International “Take A Kid Mountain Biking Day.”
This trail building school includes a full day of classroom and field instruction, incorporating interactive learning, hands-on trailwork and top-notch instructors to develop skilled trailworkers and trailwork leaders. Topics covered include: sustainable trail design, basic construction, turns, drainage and bridges, trail reroutes, trail reclamation, rockwork, fostering volunteer clubs and partnerships and effective use of signage.
The IMBA Trail Care Crew is being hosted by the Northwest Trail Alliance and the Westside Trail Federation. Since 1997, IMBA Trailbuilding Schools have taught more than 150,000 people — including the land managers that make decisions about bicycle access - how to build durable, fun-to-ride trails.