Event description

The renewed Oregon Mountain Bike Community Summit will be held in Bend Oct. 28th and 29th. The event is focused on bringing the off-road cycling community together to learn, build relationships and find solutions to the challenges in developing and maintaining our sport and trail networks around the state.  Recreation, conservation and planning leaders are invited to attend, along with policy makers and trail advocates. Join us for a day of education, networking and sharing best practices to shape the future of the most sustainable trails in Oregon.

This event will be held in concert with the Oregon Trails Summit which will be Friday, October 27th and will take place at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Central Oregon.  Registration for both events can be found here!

This event wouldn’t be possible without the support of the Central Oregon Trail Alliance, Trans-Cascadia, Northwest Trail Alliance, Humm Kombucha, Backporch Coffee Roasters and Mother’s Juice Cafe.

October 28th

9:00-9:10 Welcome and logistics

9:15-10:10 Session Panel 1: Strengthening existing access and addressing overuse

10:15-11:15 Session Panel 2: Recreational immunity and risk management

11:20-12:10 Oregon MTB organization’s community updates

12:10-1:00 Networking lunch (provided)

1:05-2:10 Session Panel 3: Gender roles, equity and inclusion within mountain biking

2:15-2:45 Session Panel 4: Oregon Timber Trail: Beyond the concept, a story of collaboration

2:50-3:15 Session Panel 5: Expanding beyond the core: Membership engagement strategies

3:15-3:30 Break

3:35-5:00 IMBA’s relationship with the mountain bike organization of Oregon: A conversation with IMBA Executive Director David Wiens

5:00-5:10 Closing and evaluation

5:15-7:00 Group social event at Bend Brewing Company

October 29th

9am-12pm  The next steps for Oregon mountain biking:  Special breakout session to collaborate on the creation of a state-level mountain bike organization

 

 

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This event wouldn’t be possible without the support of the Central Oregon Trail Alliance, TransCascadia and Northwest Trail Alliance!